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Smoking? We care about the air you breathe!

Are you curios about the components of a cigarette? Check them below and see where else you can find them… batteries, solvents and cleaning products…?!…
Are you sure you want to breath all these?… in how many cigarettes a day?

However, being your decision we can only help to clean your lungs and get rid of the residual tar and smoking cough using home salt therapy. The salt aerosols help to clear the mucus and other residual tar from smoking, reduce inflammation, fight respiratory infections and maintain a good hygiene over the whole respiratory system. The salt micro particles penetrate deep into the lungs to alveoli and help in a better blood oxygenation. 

Smoking is the main cause of COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). COPD was the fifth leading cause of death in 2002 and it is estimated that the total deaths from COPD will increase by more than 30% in the next 10 years and becoming the third leading cause of death worldwide by 2030, if no action is taken to reduce the undelying risk factors, mainly tabacco use.

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4 thoughts on “Smoking? We care about the air you breathe!

  1. Worldwide, COPD ranked as the sixth leading cause of death in 1990. It is projected to become the fourth leading cause of death worldwide by 2030, due to an increase in smoking rates and demographic changes in many countries…'..^ Have a nice day!

  2. “Smoking? We care about the air you breathe! | In Home Salt Therapy” was a very good read and also I personally was in fact really happy to find the blog post. Thanks-Alison

  3. Emphysema also slowly destroys the elastic fibers that hold open the small airways leading to the air sacs. This allows these airways to collapse when you breathe out, so the air in your lungs can't escape. Treatment may slow the progression of emphysema, but it can't reverse the damage. Have a good one!

  4. I was diagnosed of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in 2012 at the age of 63.  I had been a heavy smoker, my symptoms started out with dry cough and shortness of breath, i ended up in the hospital, on a ventilator. I should have known it was coming, but like most smokers, thought it would never happen to me. My COPD got significantly worse and unbearable because of my difficulty catching breath. Last year, i started on natural COPD salt therapy with great relief!

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