Preventing the Ill Effects of Lung Disease
This eventually affects the ability to breathe and obstructs the supply of enough oxygen into the bloodstream.
To avoid the ill effects of the lung disease, adhere to these prevention tips:
Stay active: Swimming, walking or living an active life helps to keep the lungs healthy.
Eat fruits and vegetables: A diet rich in vegetables has been proven to help prevent lung disease. And people who eat fruits packed with minerals have better functioning lungs than people who do not.
Breath deeply: Deep breathing keeps the lungs very strong. It expands the diaphragm – the muscle under the lungs – stimulates the lymphatic system, massages internal organs, help the body rid itself of of toxins and leaves more room in cells for an optimal exchange of oxygen.
Don’t smoke: Smoking has been documented to increase the risk of lung cancer. It also increases the mucus level in the lungs, making the latter prone to severe infections. Cigarette smoke also stimulates lung inflammation, which causes difficulty in breathing that leads to emphysema and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Live a healthy life: Living of the best preventive measures against all types of health hazards and life-threatening diseases. It is best to always eat healthy, be active, manage stress and get regular checkups.