The adverse effects of pollution are visible in the form of increased health and breathing complications such as Asthma and COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. In fact, if you’ve recently developed COPD and are finding it difficult to handle your disease as well as work life together, then check out some of the tips for better managing your work life, despite being a COPD patient.
According to a National Sleep Foundation research, adults between eighteen to sixty four years of age must get at least 7-9 hours of sleep. However, given our fast paced lives and the amount of stress we experience on an everyday basis, managing good and consistent sleep seems way too difficult. Hence, if you’re searching for a quick and effective way for enjoining sound sleep then try yoga. Here, discover how yoga can help you sleep better.
Passive smoke or more specifically, secondhand smoke carries approximately or more than 7,000 chemicals, including toxic and carcinogenic, as the report of U.S. National Library of Medicine stated. The other chemicals include carbon monoxide, arsenic, hydrogen cyanide, and polonium – 120, which are enough to leave lifelong impact in your health. Continue reading Top 10 Facts about Passive Smoking
Bronchoscopy Workshop conducted
by Himanshu Garg
Respiratory & Critical Care Specialist, Aviss Health
WOMEN ACHIEVER’S AWARD
Outstanding Contribution in
Dental Sleep Workshop Organised Successfully
Dr Himanshu Garg Awarded by Session Judge and police Commissioner Gurugram for His Continuous sincere efforts to raise awareness against pollution and how to save our lungs
Air pollution can be a menace for people suffering from asthma as well as COPD or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. According to a report, household and outdoor air pollution has led to the death of around 7 million people around the globe. Researchers have also found that solid fuels combustion is one of the primary sources of air pollution in developing nations. Hence, to minimize the harmful effects of air pollutants people suffering from COPD should develop sufficient understanding about the quality of air and must also adopt additional measures such as wear masks and minimize their outdoor time.
Asthma is a serious health issue, which can get worse if you don’t know how to tackle it. In fact, things can get really difficult when you’re an asthma mom. This is because on one hand you need to deal with breathlessness during an asthmatic attack and on the other you need to manage your kids, home and other important daily chores. Remember, even a minor negligence on your behalf can result in a severe asthmatic attack, which can further throw your life, kids and home out of gear. Besides, being an asthmatic patient, you would never want your asthma problem to impact the life and health of your children. If you’re a mom suffering from asthmatic problem then it’s extremely important for you to take care of your as well as your kid’s health and fitness, especially if you don’t want them to inherit the same problem as you. Continue reading My Life as an Asthma Mom