Breathing Nebulizer

Like many have learned during the Pandemic but those with COPD have known for as long as their symptoms have existed, breathing comfortably is one of the most important facilities a human being has.  In this article, we’ll talk about nebulizers, breathing and how the two go hand in hand.

Breathing Nebulizer; our Lungs and Lung Health

lungs are one of the most complex organs in our bodies, and they are absolutely critical to our survival. But how do they actually work?

The lungs are constantly in motion, expanding and contracting as we breathe. This movement helps to bring oxygen-rich air into our lungs and expel carbon dioxide-laden air out.

Our lungs start developing early in the womb when we are still in meiosis and our cells are small and replicating. These cells are so important during this time and it’s believed that asthma and other respiratory disorders can appear this early in life. Nebulizers and other respiratory devices like oxygen concentrators are critical in maintaining lung health when early-onset respiratory disorders occur. Nebulizers in particular are a great saline and medication distribution device, whether it’s a bronchodilator like albuterol or a variety of medication like acetylcyst, brovana, budesonide.

There are many other reasons to use nebulizers as well, such as for COPD or cystic fibrosis. It is essential to have a good quality nebulizer machine in order to ensure that your lungs are getting the medication they need in order to stay healthy.

Moisture, Lungs and Breathing Nebulizer

Moisture is both important and dangerous for lungs. You need moisture to keep lungs healthy, as counterintuitive as it sounds, the lungs are 85% water and water is necessary to eliminate carbon dioxide. However, too much moisture can lead to problems like pneumonia. It is important to maintain a balance in order to keep lungs healthy.
This is also why one of the most important things you can do for your lungs is to quit smoking. Smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer and other serious respiratory diseases. If you smoke, quitting is the single biggest factor in regaining healthy lungs. Any pulmonary specialist or respiratory specialist will make this fact known.

Sometimes it's easy to forget how important your lungs are 🙂

Loving and caring for your lungs doesn’t have to be a choir. Simple things like taking a walk in nature, or investing in an air purifier for your home can make a world of difference. Additionally, there are many natural herbs and spices that have lung-healing properties. Some of these include garlic, ginger, turmeric, and rosemary. Adding these into your diet can aid tremendously in helping your health, while including consistent use of a a nebulizer can help to significantly improve your quality of life.