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4 Tips to keep your lungs healthy   Some people will remember a time when they could breathe deep almost anywhere, and they would feel the fresh air rush into their lungs. Considering the current predicament, with pollution at an all-time high, in most places around the world, feeling suffocated is normal. The news that is circulating in the media does not paint a bright picture either. According to Indian Journal of Medical Research, “Lung
What is COPD? (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) Do you have trouble with your breathing on a regular basis? If the answer is yes, you may have a condition known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD for short. COPD are diseases that make breathing difficult. The two most common conditions that lead to COPD are Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis. Emphysema is a condition when the linings of the tiny air sacs(alveoli) in your lungs become damaged beyond
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What is a Nebulizer? How does it help me breathe?   If you have asthma or any breathing related issues, your doctor may prescribe a nebulizer as treatment. You may begin to ask; What is a nebulizer? How does it help me breathe? This blog will address your questions. Nebulizer A nebulizer is a medical device which delivers liquid or aerosol medications that can help you breathe to your lungs via a mask or mouthpiece. 
Disclaimer: This quiz indicates the likelihood of you having Sleep Apnea, based on the answers you select. It is not conclusive. For a more accurate diagnosis, kindly consult your doctor. Name Email ID Phone no. 1.What is your BMI(Body Mass Index)? Below 18.5 18.5-24.9 25-29.9 30 and above Not sure2. What is your gender? Male Female3. Do you snore(others find it harder to sleep)? Yes No4. Do you have trouble sleeping at night? (Insomnia?) Yes No5.
  What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep Apnea is a condition that affects a large portion of the adult population worldwide. The concern arises from the fact that many misconceptions are linked to the disorder. Estimates show that 1 in 5 adults in alone suffer from sleep apnea and are not aware that they are affected by it. It is considered harmless, and the dangers associated with it are not well known by the masses. The