When you exercise, your body needs more oxygen, and this means that your heart rate increases to cope with the extra demand and, consequently, your respiration rate increases too, to let your lungs take in more oxygen and expel more carbon dioxide.
Articles in this section
- In which way the physical activity effects the Breath Rate?
- What is the normal average Breath Rate?
- Does the Breath Rate need to be calibrated?
- On which devices is the Breath Rate feature available?
- How can I check past records of my Breath Rate?
- What does BPM means?
- What is the Breath Rate feature, and what can I do with it?