3 Travel Nebulizers of 2018

3 Travel Nebulizers of 2018

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Study Shows Tonsil Surgery Improves Behavior in Children with Sleep Apnea

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Obstructive sleep apnea is a common sleeping disorder in which one’s airways become blocked during sleep, causing pauses in breathing. This disturbs the sleeper’s rest and can lead to symptoms such as tiredness, lack of focus, and irritability throughout the day.
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Cystic Fibrosis Home Remedies

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Cystic Fibrosis is a serious, progressive condition which requires professional treatment and medication to manage. Currently, there is no cure. However, there are some simple things those with the condition can do at home to minimize CF complications.
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How to Stop Snoring

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In some cases snoring is a sign of a serious medical problem. In other cases, it’s not. Either way it can be a serious relationship problem—especially if your partner has made an effort to sleep through the snoring (ear plugs, noise machines, whatever) and you’ve done nothing to stop it.
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Entrepreneur Starts Selling Cans of Fresh Air in China

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Air pollution is a huge problem around the world, which is especially bad for those of us with asthma or other respiratory conditions. Fortunately, in some places it’s getting better. In the United States air quality has improved greatly since 1970 when the Clean Air Act was passed. But in other places such as quickly growing Asian cities, air pollution is getting much much worse.
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Relieving a Congested Baby – 4 Strategies

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Did you know babies can’t blow their own nose? If you’re reading this, you probably did. So, you have a congested non-nose-blowing baby. What do you do? There are a few options.
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Top 5 Reasons to Use a Humidifier This Winter

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Winter is here, which means the air’s not only getting colder but also dryer. Fun experiment: To see how dry the air is, put a glass of water by your bed at night and see how much has evaporated in the morning. The dryer the air, the faster the water evaporates.
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Eating Fish at Early Age May Decrease Chances of Developing Asthma

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I’ve always found it odd that fish is supposed to be good for you. I mean, it’s delicious. And everything else that’s delicious will apparently kill you. Now a group of scientists have concluded that in addition to lowering your blood pressure, reducing your risk of heart attacks, aiding brain function, and preventing inflammation fish can decrease the risk of your child developing asthma or allergies.
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Humane Society Seeks Nebulizer Donations for Cats

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Did you know that pets also benefit from nebulizer treatments? Like humans, they can suffer respiratory issues such as asthma, pneumonia or even the common cold. That’s why the Humane Society in St. Lucie County (HSSLC) is looking for donations of used nebulizers. The cats and kittens staying at the HSSLC shelter are in contact with numerous other cats, which unfortunately makes catching a cold much more likely.
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4 Common Asthma Triggers You Can Avoid

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Asthma triggers vary from person to person, but some are more common than others. Here are four of the most common triggers and what you can do to avoid them.
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How an Acapella Valve Clears Your Lungs

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The Acapella Valve is a unique handheld device that keeps your lungs clear of mucus so you can breathe easy. It combines the benefits of positive expiratory pressure or PEP therapy with airway vibrations.
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Inhalers and Nebulizers—Do I Need Both?

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Both nebulizers and inhalers give you medicine, but through different delivery methods. An inhaler sprays a quick burst of medicine. A nebulizer creates a mist that is breathed in through a face mask or mouth piece. Both devices have their own advantages and disadvantages.
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Top 5 Asthma Home Remedies

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Looking to ease your asthma symptoms? Here are some of the top asthma home remedies you can use along with prescription medication.
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Tips for Living with Asthma

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Living with asthma carries with it many difficulties.  Fortunately, these challenges can be managed to help you and/or your child live an active, healthy lifestyle. The most basic step to better managing asthma begins with the development of an asthma action plan you should keep with you at all times. An asthma action plan keeps all your asthma related information in one place for easy reference to inform you when your asthma control begins to worsen.
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Spiciness of Chili Peppers May Alleviate Sinus Congestion

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According to a new study published in the journal, Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, chili peppers have a positive effect in alleviating symptoms such as nasal congestion, sinus pain, and sinus pressure. Scientists studied capsicum annum, the part of the chili pepper that produces the spicy sensation.
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