How To Clean The Lungs After Smoking?
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The return of lung function to normal after quitting smoking is very dependent on several things, the following are some of them:
the length of time you have smoked the number of cigarettes you consume per day past lung damage If the lung damage that occurs is not permanent, lung function can usually improve in a few weeks to several months.
The following are some things you can do to help speed up the cleansing of the lungs from the effects of smoking:
avoiding smoking altogether including exposure to cigarette smoke avoiding exposure to air pollution and other respiratory tract irritants (such as certain chemicals that can be inhaled) lots of exercise and exercise regularly, do exercise at least 30-40 minutes every day eat nutritious food, especially vegetables and fruit that is colorful and contains lots of antioxidants, eat less preserved foods and processed meats (such as sausages, smoked meats) drink lots of at least 2 liters a day do breathing exercises every day. Breathing exercises are done by taking a deep breath, holding your breath for a few seconds, then exhaling slowly. Do this for 5-10 minutes several times a day.
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