The lungs are part of a complex apparatus, expanding and relaxing thousands of times each day to bring in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide. Lung disease can result from problems in any part of this system. Respiratory disease, any of the diseases and disorders of the airways and the lungs that affect human respiration.
Diseases of the respiratory system may affect any of the structures and organs that have to do with breathing, including the nasal cavities, the pharynx or throat, the larynx, the trachea, the bronchi and bronchioles, the tissues of the lungs, and the respiratory muscles of the chest cage.
India has 18% of the global population and an increasing burden of chronic respiratory diseases. However, a systematic understanding of the distribution of chronic respiratory diseases and their trends over time is not readily available for all of the states of India.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a heterogeneous disease with various clinical presentations. The basic abnormality in all patients with COPD is airflow limitation. It is a major cause of chronic morbidity and mortality worldwide and is projected to rank seventh in 2030 as a worldwide burden of disease. The rise in morbidity and mortality from COPD will be most dramatic in Asian and African countries over the next two decades, mostly as a result of a progressive increase in the prevalence of smoking. Even if risk factors were avoided today, the toll of COPD would continue for several decades because of the slow development of the disease.
Naturopathy and Yoga has very pivotal role in preventing, treating, and reversing the respiratory disease by adapting healthy lifestyle by eating healthy and naturopathy food, lung detoxification with yogic kriyas, exercise and helio thyerapy.
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