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1. The purpose of breathing through the straws was to be able to tell what having Asma was like. So we did a few tests to see what it was like.
2. Too me none of the activities were harder they were all easier even though they were still challenging. On the other hand I never did try to walk or run with the thin straw but I believe I would still think the same.
3. It changes because your body needs more air then usual when you stay active sometimes. So as you run your body is trying it's best to suck in more air as it flows through.
4. I think it caused the effects because you are breathing through a straw instead of your mouth and therefore it makes it harder. I t makes it harder because there is less room for air to get in and out when you are breathing through a straw.
5. Yes very much so. I think it did because when you breath through the thin straw it makes it so that it is even more hard to get lots of air in and out then just a regular straw with is still very hard.
6. I think we were asked to do that because some people were having trouble doing the regular straw for a minute and that if that person did the thin straw for a minute they would ended not feeling well. He also said that so that kids with asthma already don't have to use there inhaler to much after hopefully.
7. I think we weren't asked that because some people might of passed out. When you can't breathe very well sometimes you pass out and when people were doing just breathing well sitting with the thin straw they felt like passing out.
8. It would effect your life big time. You would probably ended living less then others, you would probably almost pass out when doing things to active, and you wouldn't really ever be the same.