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How Lungs Shrink Over Time (and What You Can Do About It)

Discover what’s happening so you can live a long healthy life

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Our breath over time

Science has discovered that around the age of 30–35 years old our lung capacity starts to decrease. There are a few different causes for this:

  • The muscles in our diaphragm become…

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