Natural Ways to Strengthen Your Lungs
If you have a respiratory condition, traditional pharmaceutical medications are not your only answer. In combination with your prescription medications, there are lifestyle habits that you can adopt to treat and manage your respiratory condition.
Strengthening your lungs can help you fight a variety of ailments, from cystic fibrosis to the milder respiratory syndromes, such as asthma. The lung capacity expansion that results from the playing of wind instruments can help you manage your respiratory condition, resulting in relieved breathing.
Examples of wind instruments that can strengthen your lungs:
While there are many ways to strengthen your lungs, practicing an instrument is ideal because it is controlled. Unlike sports, which can bring on an attack through overexertion, musical instruments allow you to develop your lung capacity at the speed that is right for you.
Another natural way to manage your breathing is through the use of salt therapy or salt air therapy. Salt air therapy is a method by which ultrasonic frequency vibration technology transforms saline solution into salt particles and then releases them into the air.
Salt air therapy is an effective way to manage respiratory conditions, as the salt:
- Reduces inflammation
- Unclogs blockages (fluidizes the mucus to come off easily – such as in the case of cystic fibrosis and other respiratory diseases)
- Eases breathing
Through a combination of controlled exercise (through wind instruments) and salt therapy, you can manage your chronic respiratory condition. You will find that over time your lung capacity will strengthen, leading to better breathing overall and increased well-being.
The salt therapy will help you find added relief with regular use. This naturopathic method of respiratory relief is completely safe, as it does not contain any medication. Whether the patient is a small child, active adult, or pregnant woman, Halosense’s home salt therapy can help you manage your condition in a natural way, from prevention to chronic respiratory conditions.