Have you ever wondered what you can drink to cleanse and detox your lungs naturally?
Breathing in air pollution, cigarette smoke and other toxins can damage the lungs and even cause health problems. Keeping the lungs healthy is important to keeping the rest of the body healthy.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), air pollution causes 4.2 million deaths worldwide each year. In the United States, cigarette smoking is the cause of death for one in five people.
Our lungs are the most ignored organ in our bodies. Every day they’re exposed to deadly pollutants and microbes that are deposited in the air you breathe. In smokers, healthy, pink lungs turn black due to the buildup of tar in the lungs.
Lung health is critical to a person’s overall health. The lungs are a self-cleaning organ that heal themselves once they’re no longer exposed to pollutants, such as when you stop smoking.
When the lungs have been exposed to pollutants such as cigarette smoke, the chest may feel full, congested or inflamed. Mucus gathers in the lungs to trap microbes and pathogens, contributing to this feeling of heaviness.
The best way to detoxify the lungs is to quit smoking. Nicotine and tobacco smoke inhibit lung function and increase the risk for lung infections and lung cancer. Going cold turkey helps you remove tar from your lungs.
In some circumstances, certain techniques can help clear the lungs of mucus and irritants to relieve a congested chest and other uncomfortable symptoms.
Some of these methods can also open the airways, improve lung capacity and reduce inflammation, which can help reduce the effects of pollution and smoke in the lungs.
Regular detoxification of the lungs helps them function smoothly and eliminate toxins.
In this video, we’ll show you a simple but effective recipe with ingredients that can help your lungs clean themselves.
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