How much moisture is lost from exhaling in a 24 hour period?
pressure in the lungs forces air to leave the site of gaseous exchange and the diaphragm pushes up forcing the person to exhale.
A person will usally die within 3-4 days without water. The size of a person does not matter . This is because we exhale moisture,poo and wee,and sweat which all contain water which is ways of losing water.
Because air is made of of oxygen and co2, so you take in the oxygen and blow out the co2.
Eye lids protect the eyes. Eyelids also provide moisture for the eyes. The moisture is provided when a person blinks. When a person blinks, the eyes are lubricated with tears.
That's all of it - what you exhale PLUS all the fuel burned to support you.
40% couldn't be exhaled
as much as you take in It is not the amount you breathe in. It is called vital capacity. Even after a person breathes out as much as he or she can, there is air remaining in the lungs. This is called residual volume.
No, vital capacity is the maximum volume a person can exhale after taking the deepest breath that they can
Atmospheric air has about 20.5% oxygen and our lungs only extract about 4.5% oxygen, so the air we exhale has about 16% oxygen, 4.5% CO2. The air we breathe into the victim then has 16% oxygen for their lungs to extract oxygen from.
The foods and liquids that a person consumes gives the body it's moisture.