Breath is the source of life


Everyone knows that in the absence of oxygen a person can live a few minutes only. Every cell in the body needs oxygen. And the organs that carries out the function of gas exchange between the atmosphere and the blood, are lungs. They emit carbon and deliver oxygen to the body by relaxing and widening up to 25 thousand times a day. 10 thousand liters of air pass through up to the lungs

Lungs have a complex structure. With the help of microscopic structures - alveoli - the oxygen enters the blood that is quickly absorbed by the blood hemoglobin. During inhalation, all the alveoli do not have time to fill the air, and it is updated only in some parts. To the remaining alveoli, as a reserve, the human body has resorted to extreme cases, such as during exercise

In addition to breathing, lungs have other functions: they provide an optimal level of acid-base balance of blood, immune response, micro tromb filtration, regulation of blood coagulation, removal of toxins, protection of the heart from damage, and much more. Perhaps this is why lung diseases are among of the most common diseases in the world. Most often, children and adults suffer from colds - acute respiratory viral infections, bronchitis, pneumonia. The natural reaction to any irritation or inflammation in respiratory system is a cough. Thanks to cough our bronchial tubes are released from the sputum, so suppressing the cough reflex with drugs may be harmful. However, early cough is often quite painful and dry and so leads to hypoxia and impaired immunity. At this time, it is necessary to soften cough while not hampering release of phlegm

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