People are thought to sigh from grief, pain or dissatisfaction. In fact, science says different things. People sigh unknowingly without any reason. And this work is very important. People have to sigh to survive.
Researchers at the University of California and Stanford University reported that people sighed 12 times per hour. This does not mean that he is tired or angry. The body naturally does this to complete the work of the lungs properly. It is the process by which the lungs can stay healthy and save lives.
Scientists say the human lung has a wide open area that resembles a tennis court. These cover small parts in the form of numerous folds. Alveoli absorb 500 million air-absorbing oxygen from the lungs through sighing. The diameter of each alveoli is about 0.2 mm. They work to regulate the flow of oxygen in the blood. Their job was to cause swelling of the lungs. The alveoli shrink while working. Then a lot of air is needed. You need to sigh at least once every 5 minutes.
This long and deep breath is twice as long as normal breathing. It has nothing to do with the word. It can happen silently without your knowledge.
Feldman coordinated the study with Mark Krasno, a researcher in Stanford's Department of Biochemistry. They try to understand the control of breathing through the secretion of chemicals in the brain. Scientists have found two types of substances called NMB and GRP which are very important for respiration. But seeing them in the brain rarely matches.
Scientists conducted research on rats. 400 neurons have been found in the brain that make them work longer. He said that many neurons are effective for this work.
One thing has become clear through this study. In the same way other aspects of the nervous process with the brain may become more pronounced. These combinations can give an idea of all the more complex activities of the human body. Such research on the nervous system means learning about a new language, Feldman said.
However, detailed research is needed to understand what each of the 400 neurons in the brain is responsible for when sighing. By applying peptides to rat brains, normal breathing has almost doubled. That is, it is taking the shape of a sigh. Why is this happening? What is happening in the brain then? Is the whole process going on? The answers to many of these questions will be found in the mystery of sighing. It contains all the answers about the nervous system and the creation of signals.