"Breathing through the nose instead of through the mouth contributes to protection against viruses, scientists demonstrated in 2005. That will be no different with the Corona virus", says breathing expert Patrick McKeown.

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We have four important organs that are exposed to external threats: skin, stomach, nose and lungs. Our skin and stomach have an acidic pH, the skin about 5.5 and the stomach about 1.5-3, which gives effective protection. The lungs, on the other hand, have an alkaline pH of about 7.6, which is a must for enabling the oxygen we inhale to be transferred to the blood. This high pH prevents the lungs from being protected from external particles in the way the skin and stomach are. Because of this, the function of the nose is crucial for protecting the lungs.

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