Causes and Risk Factors of COPD

COPD is caused by a number of reasons - smoking, pollution, exposure to chemical fumes and toxic substances being the most common. Read on to know more about the risk factors of COPD.

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How Do Nebulizers Help Children With Asthma?

If your child is too young, nervous or unable to use the inhaler correctly, this is where the role of a nebulizer comes into play. Your doctor will provide instructions for using it.

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Avoiding Exercise? You Don’t Have To With Asthm-active Life

It is not easy for an asthmatic to manage life alongside symptoms. Anything from weather change to unassuming dust irritants can trigger an asthma episode, and they would rather play it safe.

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Breathefree associates with Dr. Randeep Guleria, Director of AIIMS & NDTV to spread Good Advice for Good Breathing among asthmatics

A healthy body means all our organs are well-oiled and working perfectly. This means that all our organs – heart, brain, stomach, and even our lungs, are in their best condition. 

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What is Bronchial Asthma?

How to identify and deal with bronchial asthma

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Try These Exercises If You Suffer From COPD

People who tend to neglect physical activity due to their COPD usually suffer from a drop in muscle mass and cardiovascular function. Due to this, they find it difficult to breathe when completing even the simplest activity. The exercises mentioned are great for people who suffer from COPD. These exercises help strengthen the heart which benefits COPD patients in the long run.

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