Shortness Of Breath

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3 Powerful Ways to Stay Off the Cardiac Ward

…valve disorders, which force the heart to work harder, and global weakening of the heart muscle. Common symptoms include fatigue, weakness, shortness of breath, and fluid collection in the lower extremities or abdomen. Because symptoms usually sneak up gradually, they are often mistaken as signs of…

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Hope for Hepatitis C

…anemia, which is marked by the destruction of red blood cells and increased risk of heart attack. It has also been linked with headaches, shortness of breath, and cough. Side effects notwithstanding, interferon isn’t all that effective over the long term. The main goal of treating hepatitis…

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Preventing Asthma Attacks Naturally

…your breath for 5–10 seconds (after inhaling or exhaling, whichever is more comfortable for you). This causes an increase in levels of carbon dioxide (CO2), one of the body’s most powerful bronchodilators. When CO2 levels are low, the airways constrict, causing shortness of breath and…

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Natural Treatments for COPD

…natural way to bring up excess mucus, and indeed a chronic, phlegmy cough is a hallmark symptom of COPD. As the condition worsens, however, shortness of breath makes it hard to muster up a productive cough. That’s why oral agents that thin excess mucus by either liquefying it (expectorants) or…

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Should You Have an Angiogram?

…an angiogram. In the event that noninvasive screening reveals evidence of significant heart problems, or if you have severe chest pain or shortness of breath that cannot be controlled by medication and other interventions, then angiography may be warranted. Please note that in the above criteria,…

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Natural Treatments for Autism

…a crucial antioxidant and detoxifier that’s in short supply in children with autism. Levels can be increased by administering glutathione intravenously, through the skin, or with special oral preparations. HBOT, which involves breathing 100 percent oxygen in a pressurized chamber, is a highly…

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