Lung Fluid Accumulation Pulmonary Edema Symptoms Best Educational Video Released

The new video provides useful information on the causes of excess fluid in the lungs and how it can lead to pulmonary edema, a critical lung condition that causes severe breathing difficulty. It also includes the two types of pulmonary edema and the underlying causes behind them.

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Through the release of the new video, Life Wellness Healthcare continues to support patients with respiratory conditions by providing them with valuable diagnostic and treatment information about pulmonary edema. Their new video highlights the health risks that might arise from the accumulation of fluid in the lungs and airways. It also guides viewers on preventing other serious respiratory conditions.

Pulmonary edema is a critical lung condition where the lungs get filled with fluid, making it difficult to breathe. Patients often experience extreme shortness of breath, a feeling of suffocation, and may cough up frothy sputum, sometimes with blood.

The new video by Life Wellness Healthcare covers some of the causes of pulmonary edema, including heart conditions, adverse reactions to medications, inhaling toxic chemicals, near drowning, pneumonia, and lung infections. It also points to the main cause behind the condition which is heart disease.

Life Wellness Healthcare’s video also alerts the patients to seek medical advice upon experiencing shortness of breath and other alarming symptoms.

It also offers valuable advice on how to prevent the accumulation of fluid in the lungs. Because the main cause of the condition is heart disease, the video suggests several lifestyle changes to improve heart health. Some of the useful suggestions include maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, limiting salt consumption, and reducing cholesterol levels.

Life Wellness Healthcare is a leading supplier of the AirPhysio Oscillating Positive Expiratory Pressure (OPEP) therapy device in the United States. AirPhysio is a non-invasive, drug-free lung expander that mobilizes secretions and improves lung health.

The video also states: “According to the American Heart Association, at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobics activity 5 days a week, or 25 minutes of high-intensity aerobics activity 3 days a week can help reduce the risk of pulmonary edema significantly. Walking, running, cycling, yoga, and swimming are also some of the fitness alternatives that can help prevent this condition.”

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Life Wellness Healthcare
Life Wellness Healthcare
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