As someone who has lived with asthma her entire life, lung health is never far from my mind. It’s also why I feel so frustrated when I see someone smoking. Healthy lungs aren’t something to be taken for granted.
Lung health just isn’t something the average person thinks about – certainly not compared with the amount of time they spend thinking about brain health or heart health. However, if someone were to spend just one hour struggling to breath, they’d realize that it’s a very terrifying situation to be in. Trying to get precious oxygen into your lungs while it feels as though your airways are the size of a crushed coffee-stirring straw redefines horrifying.
Naturally we shouldn’t limit our focus on healthier lungs to one month only. We should use the month as a reminder to pay more attention to the health of our lungs…. each and every mont.
The tips in the infographics shown here are outstanding and quite eye-opening. I hope you’ll read them carefully and use this as a wake up call for treating your lungs as the valuable gifts they are.
Mesothelioma and Asbestos
In an effort to raise awareness about mesothelioma, the MAA Center would like to share information with you. This horrible cancer is primarily caused by the inhalation of asbestos, which can be found in homes all across the country. Once asbestos is disturbed or broken, it can be easily inhaled and cause severe health issues later on down the road, including lung cancer.
Since asbestos is still not banned in the US, we all have do our best to stay informed to protect ourselves and our loved ones.
Click HERE to request your free information packet.
Thanks so much to the MAA Center for sharing the valuable information with Self Help Daily’s readers!