GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Average Lung Capacity

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"The average total lung capacity of an adult human male is roughly 6 liters."

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"The average total lung capacity of an adult female is about 4.2 to 5.5 liters."

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"The peak of lung capacity for men is typically reached at the age of 20 - 25 and for women at around 16 - 20."

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"Lung capacity and function begins to decrease significantly after the age of 35."

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"The average vital capacity -- the maximum amount of air a person can expel from the lungs after a maximum inhalation -- is about 4.6 liters for men and 3.1 liters for women."

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"Smokers typically have a 20% lower lung capacity than non-smokers."

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"One study found that regular aerobic exercise can increase the body's maximal lung capacity by 5-15%."

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"A person loses roughly 120 milliliters of lung capacity per decade after the age of 30."

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"About 10% of athletes have a lung capacity that's over 15% larger than the average person's."

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"The average tidal volume -- the amount of air inhaled or exhaled during normal breathing -- is roughly 500 milliliters."

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"Obese people typically have a 5-10% lower lung capacity, compared with people of normal weight."

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"The total lung capacity for people living at high altitudes is typically 5% higher than those living at sea level."

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"Asthma patients typically show a 5-20% decrease in lung capacity."

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"Singers can train themselves to have a larger lung capacity, some opera singers can hold their breath for over a minute."

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"The lung capacity of a baby is about 0.3 liters, which increases with the growth of the child."

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"People with cystic fibrosis can have this measure fall to less than 30 percent of the predicted lung volume."

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"Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients typically only use 70% of their lung capacity."

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"Research shows that women have a 30% lower lung capacity than men, even when height is taken into account."

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