The official blog of the Lung Institute.
When you’re not feeling well, popping a pill is often the first line of defense. Yet, in the case of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) specifically, certain medications can actually make this condition worse.
Having chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is difficult enough, but when the symptoms flare up—commonly referred to as COPD exacerbations—things can go from bad to worse pretty quick. This makes finding a way to avoid these exacerbations super important to your health and your life. Fortunately, there are many options to consider.
For those who live with COPD, affecting one’s indoor air quality at home is critical to improving your respiratory health. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you the information you need on COPD Humidifiers During Winter: Keeping Your Air at Home Clean.
Nobody likes to talk about phlegm, but for those with COPD or Pulmonary Fibrosis, phlegm build-up can cause significant problems to respiratory health. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is give you 4 Simple Steps to Clearing the Lungs Naturally.
We have treated thousands of patients and have a remarkable success rate with more than 84 percent of our patients reporting an improved quality of life within three months of treatment.
The circumstances of being a caregiver can be incredibly difficult to overcome. Although there is a sense of duty and responsibility to those we love and care for, we must achieve a balance between our own lives, work, and family and the well-being of those in our care. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you a breakdown on the 5 Leading COPD FAQs for Caregivers, and lend a helping hand of support for those feeling overwhelmed.
You are concerned that stem cell treatment for lung disease is not approved by the FDA. Our stem cell treatments use your body’s (autologous) very own stem cells, so they do not fall under FDA scrutiny.
A recent study by researchers at found it can alleviate inflammation in airway diseases.