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How to Manage Shortness of Breath

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7. Fennel

fennel seeds

According to Ayurveda, fennel can help treat breathing problems. It has expectorant properties that help break up phlegm to treat respiratory disorders, such as congestion, bronchitis and coughs. In addition, the iron in fennel is helpful in treating anemia.

  • Add 1 teaspoon of fennel seeds to a cup of hot water. Cover and steep for 5 to 10 minutes. Strain, add raw honey and drink this fennel tea 2 or 3 times a day.
  • You can also simply chew a spoonful of dry roasted fennel seeds.

8. Quit Smoking

quit smoking

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Whether you are an active or passive smoker, cigarette smoke can cause many breathing problems, including dyspnea.

The harmful chemicals in it are the most important factor contributing to the development of respiratory and breathing problems. So, try to quit smoking and avoid secondhand smoke.

Apart from helping you breathe with ease, it will reduce your risk of lung cancer. One of the major symptoms of lung cancer is shortness of breath.

If needed, consult your doctor and seek help from others to help quit smoking.

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How to Manage Shortness of Breath was last modified: May 6th, 2016 by Top10HomeRemedies
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  1. I think because im over wieght and big fat i cant breath properly ill try the black coffee and the ginger. I hope it really works . I think its time to diet and lots of exsercise, walking but no running thanks for this .

  2. Try Garden swing

    Treatment: The most important consideration is to provide fresh air to breathe. Swinging in garden is also a good option Try inhanling when you go up and then exhaling when you come down

    Inhale
    Take a deep breath in. As you do this, your diaphragm contracts and moves downward. This action opens up more space in the chest cavity, which allows the lungs to expand. The air travels down the windpipe, passing the bronchial tubes into air sacs called “alveoli.”

    Oxygen then passes through surrounding capillaries in the alveoli, where hemoglobin, a red blood cell protein, moves it into the blood. The oxygen-saturated blood is carried through the pulmonary vein to the left side of the heart, and is then pumped to the rest of the body tissue. As this happens, carbon dioxide moves from the capillaries into the alveoli, traveling from the right side of the heart through the pulmonary artery.

    Exhale
    Now it’s time to exhale. As you do this, the diaphragm relaxes and moves upward into the chest cavity. The intercostal muscles within the ribs relax, which also causes the chest cavity to shrink.
    The shrinking space in the chest cavity forces carbon dioxide to leave the lungs through the nose. During bouts of exercise, the abdominal muscles contract more often, pushing the diaphragm against the lungs more frequently. As this happens, carbon dioxide is pushed out quicker, increasing the frequency of your breaths.

  3. Thanks a lot it did work though i took nothing but lay on my back and follow the rest of the instructions but will still try the ginger stuff, few minutes I lay my back breath sounds good and sleep came ; can i eat now cause I feel hungry….. Thanks a lot.

  4. Thanks a lot it did work though i took nothing but lay on my back and follow the rest of the instructions but will still try the ginger stuff, few minutes I lay my back breath sounds good and sleep came ; can i eat now cause I feel hungry….. Thanks a lot uhhhh i feel better.

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