Getting Help With COPD

If you have COPD or another lung disease, you know how debilitating it can be. You used to be able to go for a walk without huffing and puffing, and do other, common, daily things, such as jog a little, and even indulge in some sports.

Now, however, even going to the bathroom and taking a shower are chores that demand help and effort. Instead of standing in the shower, some have opted for seats. There are, however, a number of alternatives for treating a patient with COPD and other lung diseases, reports cedars-sinai.

Portable hand-held inhalers deliver a blast of a liquid that will soften the lung tissue and open passages. Oxygen, either in bottles or through an isolation device, is delivered in tubes to the patient’s nose. Nebulizers, medications, steroids, and other devices complete the laundry list with which most patients are familiar.

There is now another therapy available that has had a lot of success. Stem cells are harvested from the patient’s own body, and grown and replaced directly back into the body. These are lung stem cells, and the intention is to grow new lung cells in place of the old, damaged cells. The procedure is non-invasive, and only takes a few days to complete. The stem cells come from the patient’s own body, so there is no worry about the origin of the cells.

Why not try this new therapy? Can you imagine being able to breathe again while doing nominal tasks, and even perhaps jog and exercise a bit, or go for a long walk in the park. These are things that seem out of the question for right now. But, with stem cell replacement therapy, you will be guided toward a new perspective on life and your lungs, and how you can benefit with this new therapy. Call the Lung Institute today, and ask for their few brochure. You will find that the procedure is affordable, and life-giving! Read patients’ testimonials at lunginstitute.com.

 

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