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.
Ever noticed your breathing, the way you breathe in and breathe out Nothing special, right Well, for millions, normal breathing is a luxury. These are millions of people out there who’ve been struggling with one or other sort of respiratory disorders. And these numbers are increasing at an astronomical pace. Continue reading Aviss Health celebrates November as Respiratory Care Month