7. I think we were only supposed to sit down and not walk or run with the thin straw because my body would not get the air I would need. Breathing is very difficult with the thin straw during the activity.
8. It would affect my daily life because I play sports. Every time I run during a sport I would have to use my inhaler.
1. I think that the purpose of this activity was that we would see how asthma is like. Than we could see how other people breath who have asthma and people who don't.
2. I think for both of the activities, it was harder to do the running because you had to move and the straw would move up and down. So I would say that the running was harder for the wide straw but it was easier when we were comparing it to the small or skinny straw.
3. I think that when you become more active, you move up and down a lot. So when I was moving, the straw was moving up and down so it was harder to breath in one place. Something that was harder was that I was having a stuffy nose and I had to plug my nose and it was hard to breath out of my nose when the hole was so small to breathe through.
4. I think that it caused the things that I described because the wide straw is bigger than the skinny straw. Also because I was running, the straw was moving up and down and it wouldn't let me breathe in one place. My body is used to having more air to get more oxygen to the places that need it.
5. It did affect me differently because it was a smaller hole to breathe through. As earlier mentioned, my body is used to more air coming in. The thin straw was harder to breathe through than the wide straw.
6. I think I was asked to breathe through the thin straw for 20 seconds instead of a minute because it was harder to breathe through. The hole was smaller and my body is not used to the small hole and the amount of air coming in.