One of the most common questions patients with chronic lung diseases and their families ask is, “Does lung tissue grow back?” This is a tough question to answer. On the one hand, the body does have mechanisms to promote growth and repair in damaged tissues. On the other hand, chronic lung conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have symptoms that seriously degrade your body’s ability to repair lung tissues.
One Way You Can Give Your Body a Fighting Chance to Repair Lung Tissues
Our team at Lung Health Institute knows that chronic lung diseases often have symptoms that hamper the body’s ability to repair lung tissues, and one of the most disruptive of these symptoms is inflammation.
Inflammation is a natural response that your body has to injury, but chronic damage can cause inflammation to become a problem for your body as well. At Lung Health Institute, our health care team has developed a tool that may help your body fight inflammation. This tool is our Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™, or AI2™, which comes in 3 levels.
One way our AI2 plans help your body fight the inflammation caused by chronic lung diseases is with targeted nutrition. In fact, they provide a variety of tips about foods to eat, supplements to take and even recipes to cook that may help your body fight inflammation. The nutrition tips provided in AI2 plans from Lung Health Institute may even help your body learn to use fats to fight inflammation.
By using the nutrition and other lifestyle tips included in our AI2 plans, you may also be able to help improve your body’s ability to repair your lung tissues.
Lung Health Institute Also Offers Other Tools to Help Chronic Lung Disease Patients
Our AI2 plans aren’t the only tool our health care team at Lung Health Institute offers that may help your lungs. We also offer cellular therapy.
Cellular therapy uses concentrated platelets and cells from your own body to target lung disease. This concentrated dose of platelets and other cells, may help to repair damaged tissue and reduce inﬂammation in your lungs.
Contact one of our patient coordinators today for more information or to schedule a free consultation.