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Vital Capacity Based on Age Male Female VC (ml) Age (Years)
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Respiratory Volumes Total Capacity Vital Capacity Residual Volume Inspiratory Volume Reserve Tidal Volume Expiratory Volume Reserve Percent Vital Capacity
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What happens when speech occurs? Changes occur in the breathing cycle  when we breath for speech. Quiet breathing = 40% inhalation; 60%  exhalation Breathing for speech = 10% inhalation;  90% exhalation
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What happens when speech occurs? Changes occur in the breathing cycle  when we breath for speech. Quiet breathing = 40% inhalation; 60%  exhalation Breathing for speech = 10% inhalation;  90% exhalation
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What about muscular activity when  breathing for speech? During breathing for speech, muscles of  inspiration and expiration are at least  minimally active.
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course SPA 3101 taught by Professor Carson,d during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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