COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Smoking, smog, clay stove and fireplace causing obstruction of breath

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) occurs due to prolonged respiratory obstruction. One crore 30 lakh people in the country suffer from COPD. Women and men above the age of 35 years are prone to the disease. Surprisingly, the main reason for this disease is smoking, smog, pollution, fireplace and clay stove. Oxygen is reaching the lungs of 62 percent of men and 38 percent of women, but carbon dioxide does not come out. It has a direct effect on the lungs, which can be killed even if we do not pay attention to it.

COPD has become a matter of concern all over the country. Therefore, World COPD Day is observed every third Wednesday of November every year. The theme this time is the many faces of COPD. Previously smoking has been considered to be the cause of the above disease but with time the reasons giving rise to the disease have increased. In rural areas, women use fireplace and clay stove. The smoke emanating from it passes through the breath directly into the lungs, causing them to have trouble breathing. Now smog and pollution in cities are also making the said disease effective. Poisonous smoke emanating from industries and vehicles, when the smoke of straw is mixed in the mist, then smog is formed. Through the breath, it is also reaching our lungs and causing harm. Therefore, to keep oneself healthy, health checkup should be done. With the intake of a healthy diet the mouth and nose should also be covered.

COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)
COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease)

They have to be avoided –

Smoking: Consumers of beedi, cigarettes or hookah have a bad effect on the health of those sitting near them.

Smoke: Women or men, they have to avoid smoke. If someone comes in direct contact with smoke, cover the mouth and nose.

Dust: Food or buildings construction workers can also apply masks or work with clothes, after a long time the disease is detected.

Symptoms: See the doctor in case of greenish-yellow mucus, cough, nervousness, difficulty in breathing.

Prevention: Exercise related to lungs, sufferers regularly take medicines and use inhalers.

Inhaler more effective –

In the case of COPD, it was earlier treated with tablet or other methods but it does not get quick relief. Therefore, inhalers are now used more, which directly relieve them by attacking the disease. Compared to a tablet or syrup, 1/20 or 1/40 part of the medicine is needed, the medicine does not go to other parts of the body. It is very important to rinse after using the medicine.