How To Deal With Emphysema Respiratory Disorders?
Good night, what about movement disorders in emphysema?
Emphysema is a disorder in the lung, precisely in the alveoli (small sacs filled with air that function in the process of gas exchange). In the condition of emphysema, alveoli wall damage occurs, so that it no longer forms small sacs but merges into a large sac. This causes a decrease in the surface area of the gas exchange and trapped air remaining in the alveoli.
Emphysema can be caused by long-term exposure to irritants such as from pollution, cigarette smoke, chemical dust and dust, and so on. The condition of emphysema is often found in people with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). The main symptoms of emphysema are respiratory disturbances in the form of shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, coughing. Patients will likely be difficult to move because of shortness of breath, fatigue, and weight loss can occur. So emphysema is not a movement disorder, but a disorder in the respiratory system.
The condition of emphysema can be seen with the help of supporting chest x-ray examination. Emphysema is irreversible / cannot return to its original / normal state. So the best choice is to prevent emphysema by not smoking, using a mask / nose protector when working in a dusty environment. In certain conditions where bluish nails and mouth appear, shortness of breath that arises even at rest, palpitations, are signs of severe emphysema that require immediate treatment by a doctor.
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