To balance your stress response, you need to strengthen your calm. You can reset your nervous system in just one minute of focused breathing. And, yes, we have the science to prove it! Here’s how to start.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our new series, “The Short Answer.” Pulmonary medicine specialist Jason Turowski, MD, answers this one.
Opioids that help manage chronic pain can cause breathing problems for some people. If that’s the case for you, there are plenty of other ways to control your pain.
Do you think of spring when you think about allergies? Many of us do. However, winter and colder temperatures cause problems for allergy sufferers too. As people often stay indoors, dust, pet hair and indoor allergens can affect them.
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We know to guard our skin against frostbite by covering up when we go outside in sub-freezing temperatures. But extreme cold also can impact your vital organs. Find out how you can protect yourself.
The critical life functions that our facial organs perform may seem pretty obvious. Yet, when it comes to the nose, there is more than meets the eye.
Spring allergies are caused by tree pollens; early summer allergies are triggered by grasses; fall allergies tend to come from weeds such as ragweed and molds.
Air quality and changing weather can sometimes wreak havoc on your ability to breathe. If you have a chronic lung condition, such as asthma or COPD, you may struggle even more with changing weather conditions. Here are some expert tips to help you breathe easier.
Every day, you encounter irritants that can harm your lungs. Some are obvious, such as smoking or exposure to car fumes. But did you know that even the bedding in your home can seriously affect your breathing? “Feather duvet lung” is an inflammatory reaction to goose or duck feathers in linens. It’s a form of … Read More