Monday, June 22, 2020

What causes low vital capacity

Vital capacity can easily lead to some lung diseases, such as pneumonia and hypofunction, and severe cases may have an impact on life.

People with low vital capacity have relatively poorer oxygen uptake and carbon dioxide emissions than normal people. Most of these people are in a sub-healthy state. They cannot do heavy physical work or vigorous exercise. Mountain climbing, swimming, running and other sports may cause hypoxia, which can also cause dizziness, headache, chest tightness, and memory loss. Over time, it will lead to mental depression. People with low vital capacity should pay special attention not to do strenuous exercise or smoking in daily life. Frequent smoking will cause lung discomfort and worsen symptoms of poor breathing or hypoxia.

Low vital capacity can be improved through some training. It is recommended to do some aerobic exercises every day, such as jogging and cycling, so that the lungs are fully exercised, which is conducive to improving lung capacity.

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