Reverberation of respiratory rate on noodle delineation Reverberation of respiratory rate on noodle delineation

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Mehwish Sultana


The objective of the present study was to correlated breathing rate with the likeliness of eating noodles. Breathing is a normal process in all living organisms. Different organisms have different methods of breathing. The normal breathing rate is 15–20/min. The increase in breath rate causes different disorders. The breathing rate is also called respiratory rate. The normal breathing rate for an infant is 44 breaths/min. Lungs play an important role in breathing. Breathing is most important factor in human life. The breathing rate changes when we walk, run, speech, and laugh. The intake of air during breathing is called inspiration and the air comes out of our lungs is called expiration. The breathing rate is also disturbed by increase of blood pressure. Noodles are a nutritional food containing different types of carbohydrates, vitamins, or fats. It is a renowned and staple food all over the world, especially in Asian and European culture. Chinese noodles may be boiled in soups, stir-fried as chow foon, or deep-fried into crunchy strips for chow mein and other dishes. Noodle is a nutritional food which is made from dough and is present in different forms such as plain, wavy, strings, and cut into different varieties of shape. Different varieties of noodles are wavy, helical, strings, or shells. Noodles are a convenient, easy, and handy meal. It is sometimes cooked in oil with different sauces or in boiling water. Students having low breathing rate are noodles delineated while subjects with high breathing rate are not noodles delineated.


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Sultana, M. (2020). Reverberation of respiratory rate on noodle delineation: Reverberation of respiratory rate on noodle delineation. Innovative Journal of Medical Sciences, 3(4). Retrieved from
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