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Spirometry isn’t just for those with chronic lung diseases. It is also a great tool for athletes, including runners. Whether you are a distance runner, …
Spirometers are incredibly helpful tools for those with chronic lung conditions. However, they can also help athletes improve their performance. How can you use spirometry for sports enhancement, and what are the accompanying benefits?
If you have COPD or suspect that you do, it is extremely important that you consult with your doctor. COPD cannot always be officially diagnosed. However, if you suffer from chronic wheezing, coughing, sneezing, or lung restriction, it may be COPD. You must evaluate the symptoms in your body to determine whether you suffer from COPD, asthma, allergies, or a simple respiratory infection.
Did you know that air quality can have a significant impact on the health of your lungs? This applies to everyone, but especially those who suffer from asthma. Because of this, it is important to understand how air quality plays a role in managing asthma.
“Amid COVID-19, there is an enormous demand for Aluna and our respiratory health management. We are honored to have received FDA clearance and excited for doctors and patients to experience Aluna’s spirometer, app, and dashboard, which allows doctors to review FEV1 scores in real-time.” – Charvi Shetty, CEO of Aluna
It can be tempting for parents who suffer from asthma to feel guilty about “passing it on” to their child. Your genetics are in no way your fault, and neither is your child’s asthma. While asthma can sometimes be difficult for a child to deal with, it is ultimately the unique genes, personalities, and characteristics of individuals that make them who they are.
Although quarantine is a necessary defense against COVID-19, side-effects of staying home include boredom, listlessness, and no way to eliminate excess energy. If your child
The development of COVID-19 has brought with it a widespread recognition of the term “social distancing.” If you or your child have asthma, social distancing
As Covid-19 sweeps the planet, individuals are forced to make drastic lifestyle changes, and no one is certain what the next moment holds. At a time like this, it can be difficult to separate facts from fear. However, for those with asthma, the facts are extremely important.
When you have been diagnosed with asthma, it can be difficult to tell the difference between allergies and asthma. The two are often triggered by similar things so let’s take a look at the connections between allergies and asthma.
Not sure what to watch out for this holiday season? We have prepared a list of asthma triggers that tend to be an issue during this time of year.
Many people choose e-cigarettes as an alternative to regular smoking. But did you know that even e-cigs pose a dangerous risk to your lung health? If you have asthma, you are especially susceptible to the perils of vaping. Read more to learn how e-cigs and vaping affect your asthma.
Most children with asthma can fully participate in sports and other activities as long as they monitor their condition. However, there are times when you as the parent, may have to say “no.” It’s never easy, but your child’s well-being takes priority over any disappointment on their part or discomfort on yours.