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COPD and Knowing Your Safe Oxygen Levels

19 Sep 2017
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For people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis and other chronic lung diseases, keeping a close eye on their blood oxygen level is often part of the daily routine. And, for some people living with COPD and other chronic lung conditions, receiving enough oxygen can be challenging. Every cell, organ and tissue…

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Emphysema Prognosis After Quitting Smoking: What to Expect

Emphysema Prognosis After Quitting Smoking: What to Expect

It’s important to know the facts about emphysema prognosis after quitting smoking. Keep reading to learn more about what to expect when you quit smoking.

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7 Ways to Live Better with COPD

14 Sep 2017
| Under COPD, Diet and Nutrition, Lifestyle | Posted by | 0 Comments
7 Ways to Live Better with COPD

For those with COPD, life isn’t always easy. As quality of life gradually drops making activities once considered second nature, harder and harder, many with COPD begin looking for anything to improve their lives. Although there are medications and treatments available to relieve symptoms, with your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to bring you 7 Ways to Live Better with COPD that can you can start today.

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Preparing for COPD and Cold Weather

12 Sep 2017
| Under COPD, Disease Education, Lifestyle | Posted by | 2 Comments
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Cold temperatures are particularly healthy for anyone, let alone if you have COPD. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown the process of Preparing for COPD and Cold Weather in order to keep you healthy and breathing clear this Fall and Winter season.

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Sleeping Positions with COPD

9 Sep 2017
| Under COPD, Lifestyle | Posted by | 9 Comments
Sleeping Positions with COPD

Find the Escape with COPD. Do you ever wake up in the middle of the night struggling for breath? Does it ever feel like the agonizing pain will never go away? Having a good night’s sleep is vital to maintaining good health. Without sufficient sleep, the body cannot begin to heal itself, which weakens the immune…

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Food for Pulmonary Fibrosis: What to Eat?

5 Sep 2017
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Food for Pulmonary Fibrosis: What to Eat?

If you’ve been diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis, the desire to relieve your symptoms can be all-encompassing. Fortunately, you can do something about it. It just takes a few changes to your current diet. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown the right Food for Pulmonary Fibrosis: What to Eat?

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Recipes for Lung Detox

3 Sep 2017
| Under Lifestyle, Lung Disease | Posted by | 32 Comments
Recipes for Lung Detox

A Healthy Diet for Healthy Lungs According to the American Lung Association, the average adult takes 20,000 breaths each day. If you have been diagnosed with lung disease, these breaths will be harder for you, so it is particularly important to eat healthy foods so that your body is nourished and has the energy to…

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How Can Yoga Help COPD?

2 Sep 2017
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Exercise helps your body use oxygen better. The key is not to overdo it. Your doctor may have suggested yoga as a gentle workout, or maybe you’ve heard about the benefits of it. So true or false: how can yoga help COPD?

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What is the Cause of Pneumoconiosis?

What is the Cause of Pneumoconiosis?

Pneumoconiosis describes several occupational lung diseases that are caused by prolonged exposure to irritants like mineral dusts and particles. It is a type of interstitial lung disease, which is characterized by lung inflammation from inhaled substances that settle deep into the lungs. Pneumoconiosis primarily affects coal miners, iron foundry workers, millers, carpenters and employees in…

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