Perspective - International Journal of Respiratory Medicine (2022) Volume 7, Issue 4
Control centers for respiration and chemical composition regulate respiration.
This article reviews and discusses these impacts and is the first to provide information on the topic in one text. We'll talk about how breathing can affect neural oscillation patterns and move the brain mass. We'll also talk about how the diaphragm affects how muscles move and how changes in cerebral blood flow affect respiratory activity. It is well known that the diaphragm can be used in a variety of ways to improve the symptomatology of chronic diseases, but there is currently no hard evidence on the potential effects of rehabilitation training or manual approaches on the patient, particularly on his or her general cognitive and cerebral functions.Author(s): Yonggang Zhang