What is the total lung capacity in human beings?

Answer:

Total lung capacity is the maximum air which can at any time be held in the two lungs. It is 6 litres.

  • By the age of 25, the lungs in a healthy adult fully mature and operates at optimal capacity.
  • As humans age, the function of the lungs start to deteriorate, and it is a normal phenomenon.
  • However, if any breathing difficulties are experienced as a young, there might be an underlying problem that requires an immediate medical diagnosis.

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