Additional body mass generally means higher oxygen requirement, but upper body mass can restrict the expansion of the lungs, decreasing the volume of air that enters with each breath. So since more oxygen is needed, and less oxygen is inhaled, breathing rate generally increases.
The higher your elevation, the less oxygen you have (e.g climbing a mountain). This does not mean you lung capacity is less, it just means you need to breathe more to get sufficient oxygen
The size of the lungs is based on body size, and to a lesser extent on ethnicity.
this is just a thought, but maybe heavier people breath faster and harder because their lungs are compressed more (fat build up).
it affects the heart rate because it will take longer time to circulate blood around the body.
it depends on weight and diet not hight too much
Height does not affect pulse rate kthanks.
yes . . depending on availability of oxygen, breathing rate changes
yes, it will
Yes it does.
No. What you may be thinking of is aerobic respiration (normal breathing), for which the breathing rate (as well as heart rate) is typically a bit slower in men.
The smaller the size of a tropical fish the faster their breathing rate will be. The smallest fish will have the fastest breathing rates.
The breathing rate and pulse rate are related proportionally. If the breathing rate increases, so does the pulse rate. The pulse rate is an indication of the breathing rate.
Yes the altitude of the area does affect the breathing rate becaue the higher you go the lower the air pressure and the the lower you go the lower the air pressure.
It increases both. The rate of cell metabolism is accelerated during fever, which increases the demand for oxygen by tissue cells. This means the heart must contract more frequently to keep up with the demand, and breathing is accelerated to increase the rate of oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange.
Some drugs affect heart rate or breathing and this cause deaths.