COPD

What is COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) makes it hard for you to breathe. Coughing up mucus is often the first sign of COPD. Chronic bronchitis andemphysema are common COPDs.

Your airways branch out inside your lungs like an upside-down tree. At the end of each branch are small, balloon-like air sacs. In healthy people, both the airways and air sacs are springy and elastic. When you breathe in, each air sac fills with air like a small balloon. The balloon deflates when you exhale. In COPD, your airways and air sacs lose their shape and become floppy, like a stretched-out rubber band.

Cigarette smoking is the most common cause of COPD. Breathing in other kinds of irritants, like pollution, dust or chemicals, may also cause or contribute to COPD.Quitting smoking is the best way to avoid developing COPD.

Treatment can make you more comfortable, but there is no cure.

NIH: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute

The above was taken from http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/copdchronicobstructivepulmonarydisease.html  read more…

 

COPD & VibroAcoustic Therapy


VAT has a dramatic of reducing the characteristics of COPD and ease breathe. 

Therapist that was trained in VAT can create a special mix of frequencies that are compatible and personalized to the patient conditions and reactions. Once the person adjust himself to the treatment and feels and sense improvement, he and his family can learn to use the VAT at home.

Please read the attached document of treating COPD with VAT

Web resources of COPD & VAT

http://www.scribd.com/doc/7706185/Low-Frequency-Sound-Massage-Therapy-for-People-With-Lung-Diseases

http://quadrillo.tripod.com/index-11.html

http://www.iridology.com.cn/sdp/233709/4/cp-5210289/0/Vibroacoustic_Therapy.html

http://vibroacoustic.org/FrequencyInfo/Inner%20Soulutions%20Frequency%20CDs.htm

http://vitafonworld.com/images/e-books/Conference.pdf

https://www.nursingcenter.com/library/journalissue.asp?Journal_ID=54004&Issue_ID=507544

http://www.wehealny.org/services/bi_musictherapy/events.html

 

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