Lung Health

Our lungs are vital to our overall health, they are responsible for providing our cells with the oxygen they need but lung diseases are on the rise. According to the British Lung Foundation, about 10,000 people in the UK are newly diagnosed with a lung disease every week from asthma to lung cancer. Below you can find articles and guides to help you learn how to keep your lungs healthy and get the facts about lung disease symptoms, causes and treatments, as well as advice for managing different lung diseases.

Healthy lungs can take the oxygen from the air we breathe and effectively deliver it around the body’s cells, it is vital for every part of the body. On average you breathe nearly 25,000 times in a day, but if your lungs aren’t healthy it can cause difficulty breathing and become less efficient at taking oxygen from the air and getting rid of waste carbon dioxide

The term lung disease refers to many disorders and infections affecting the lungs, such as asthma, influenza, pneumonia and lung cancer with over 700,000 hospital admissions a year in the UK related to lung diseases.

Understanding what is happening in your body and where your health might need some further investigation or support allows you to make informed decisions and positive changes where needed. We’ve included below our guides and articles to support you in understanding the types of conditions that affect lung health and how to manage them.

What is lung cancer? Symptoms, causes and prevention

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