COPD treatment summary from recovered patients
| Jarek Growin
Treatment for disease: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a long-term, progressive lung disease that makes it hard to breathe. It is primarily caused by long-term exposure to irritating gases or particulate matter, often from cigarette smoke. People with COPD are at increased risk of developing heart disease, lung cancer, and a variety of other conditions.
About this treatment
Compilation of testimonies of survivors of COPD - a collection of personal stories or accounts of people who managed to significantly improve their health or achieve remission of symptoms of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Repeat their success if you want to heal!
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Applies for root causes
- toxic diet
Full treatment description
- Medical experts agree that Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is often the result of harmful lifestyle habits, such as smoking. Although the diagnosis of COPD usually means a chronic and progressive course of the disease, it is important to emphasize that lifestyle modification, including stopping smoking (e.g. using the Allen Carr method), can significantly slow down its progression and improve the patient's quality of life. It is worth noting that people who are not interested in quitting smoking may not experience the full benefits of further COPD management recommendations
Below is a general video by Dr. Michael Greger on how to improve COPD with diet:
Below is a video of witness accounts:
- 1. Kate McGoey-Smith
- 2. Quote from https://copd.net/stories/cured-my-copd-symptoms
What is working for me
Do you recognize these symptoms/reactions? If you do then I may have good news for you!
I always sleep on my side. I am a bit restless and I turn from side to side during the night. I never sleep on my back. I have 2 pillows.
Quite by chance, I discovered that when I sleep on my stomach, using only 1 pillow, the phlegm which I produce goes down my digestive tract whilst I sleep. It's really only in the form of thickened saliva at this point. The result is there is no phlegm in the morning and therefore ZERO coughing! And there is zero coughing at any other time of the day either!
That the solution is so simple as to be just the way you sleep! The change in me is simply near miraculous. I really hope that this can help others suffering from the same symptoms.
I find that lying on my stomach, my head needs to face either left or right in order to breathe. When my head is to the left, I bend my left leg whilst keeping my right leg straight. When my head is to the right, I cock my right leg. Please give me feedback if this helps you too.
- 3. Kevin from Everyday COPD (I put it in third place because it's the least precise and low-quality recording)
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