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What is The Average Mortality Rate OF Pulmonary Embolism?

Jan 15, 2023

Pulmonary embolism is a condition in which the blood clot gets stuck in the lungs of the artery, which blocks the blood flow to that specific part leading to their death. The most common cause of P.E. is DVT – Deep Venous Thrombosis. It is a serious matter and can result in fatality if not […]

Is Pulmonary Embolism Fatal?

Dec 30, 2022

Generally speaking, an embolism is a blood clot that breaks loose and obstructs blood flow. Pulmonary embolism is a serious condition when a blood clot becomes lodged in an artery in the lungs. This can block blood flow to the lungs and can be a life-threatening situation if not dealt with promptly. So, how long […]

How Does Vaping Damage Your Lungs?

Dec 15, 2022

Vaping, or using electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), is inhaling vapors produced by heating a liquid. This concoction usually contains nicotine, flavorings, and other chemicals. Many people use it as an alternative to tobacco-based cigs, but what’s the truth? Is vaping safe? What does vaping do to your lungs? What Does Vaping Do to Your Lungs? Vaping […]

Dealing with wheezing while lying down

Nov 30, 2022

Is soundless sleep a dream for you? Are you tired of wheezing while lying down for a good slumber? Read this blog to get your answers and more. Wheezing, the rattling sound, is due to the constriction of airways when you breathe in and out, mostly because of inflammation. But that’s not it; other conditions […]

Are Your Ears Ringing Due To High Blood Pressure?

Nov 15, 2022

You may not know this, but many times auditory canal also shows symptoms of an overworking heart. The most common sign has tinnitus or ringing in the ears due to high blood pressure. Tinnitus is a constant tingling sound that is originated from your body and only you can hear it. The connection between Ringing […]

Why Does Fluid Builds Up Around The Heart?

Oct 30, 2022

Anatomically, a human heart has a pericardium layer surrounding the heart to protect it. Sometimes, fluid may leak around the heart, known as pericardial effusion. You must understand that under normal conditions, the heart and pericardium have about 2 to 3 tbs of fluid to eliminate friction during the beating. However, under certain circumstances, the […]

Why is Your Chest Bubbling?

Oct 15, 2022

Everyone is familiar with the stomach gurgles, but what if your chest is making sounds now? Is it normal? Well, gurgling in the chest is not normal, and there are quite a few medical conditions linked to it. This bubbling feeling in your chest may be mild or severe, so the treatment depends on individual […]

Top 10 Essentials Oils To Treat Cough

Sep 15, 2022

Amidst weather changes, sneezing, cough, and cold are common. It is the respiratory system that comes under wrath, and one does want to find alternative ways to treat such repetitive issues. One such method is the use of essential oils for cough due to chest congestion. What Are Essential Oils And Why To Use Them […]

Want to Know How to Stop Wheezing? Try These 6 Helpful Tips.

Aug 30, 2022

Allergies, infections, COPD, and other conditions can tighten your airways. When your airways are constricted, you might hear a wheezing sound when you breathe in or out. This sound might indicate dangerous conditions, so visit your doctor to rule them out or treat them. In the meantime, you can try some tips on how to […]

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