Pulmonary Fibrosis is a rare and not fully understood lung condition that causes scarring in the lungs. It’s thought to affect over 100,000 people in the United States, many of whom are between the ages of 50-75. Its signs and symptoms include fast, shallow breathing, shortness of breath, especially during physical exercise, coughing, fatigue, aches/pains, slow and unintentional weight loss, along with clubbing of the fingers and toes.
St. Helier, Jersey -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/27/2014 -- The symptoms of pulmonary fibrosis may be slow to develop but they can progress quickly and cause a wide range of health concerns including collapsed lungs, lung infections, blood clots in the lungs, lung cancer, respiratory failure, pulmonary hypertension, heart failure and some sufferers may even require the use of an oxygen tank.
Many people are thought to have Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) that isn’t responsive to medical therapy. While another type, Non-Specific Interstitial Pulmonary Fibrosis (NSIPF) can respond to immune suppressive therapy, or immune balancing nutrients. Those who have pulmonary fibrosis may be uncertain about how to bring these symptoms under control without the use of drugs, but a new e-book claims that sufferers of pulmonary fibrosis can now learn to breathe easier – using the techniques found in natural health.
Natural Relief for Pulmonary Fibrosis Sufferers
‘Pulmonary Fibrosis Rehabilitation in 30 Days’ by Naturally Healthy Publications is the latest e-book release by internationally renowned author, broadcaster and nutritional formulator, Robert Redfern. Inside the e-book is a detailed guide about how pulmonary fibrosis sufferers can improve the condition of their lungs, by using the science of good health. According to the e-book, pulmonary fibrosis is caused by inflammation inside the lungs. Once this is cleared up, the symptoms will reside and the lungs can then start to heal themselves.
The e-book recommends following their 30 Day Pulmonary Fibrosis Rehabilitation Plan for best results. In particular this involves eating a naturally healthy diet, using food supplements to replace the missing nutrients, physical exercise, proper breathing techniques and acupressure to relieve the symptoms.
One supplement that’s highly recommended to clear the inflammation is serrapeptase. A proteolytic enzyme known as a protease, serrapeptase works to digest all dead non-living tissue in the body, leaving the body’s natural tissue intact. When combined with curcumin, a highly potent antioxidant derived from the Ancient Indian spice turmeric, the seaweed extract Ecklonia Cava and Vitamin D3, the body is able to remove the inflammation and heal itself quickly.
As pulmonary fibrosis is a lung disease, oxygen promoting enzymes can clear out CO2, enabling the lungs to take in more oxygen. Meanwhile, food state iodine drops are an essential mineral that will benefit all lung conditions. Taken with Epicor, a yeast extract to balance the immune system, selenium, a multi-vitamin and mineral complex, digestive enzymes, essential fatty acids, probiotics and Vitamin E the lungs can make a quick recovery, enabling the symptoms of pulmonary fibrosis to disappear in a matter of weeks.
One happy customer who bought serrapeptase for his mother had this say about the results:
“I must thank you so very much for helping my mom getting over her pulmonary fibrosis at age 75. She looks and feels like 40 and is also walking and exercising – resistance training at my home 4 times per week. I shall always be eternally grateful.”
- Fayad D.
‘Pulmonary Fibrosis Rehabilitation in 30 Days’ is available to buy as an ebook on Amazon Kindle, iBooks, Createspace, Google Play and a variety of other e-publishing platforms.
For more information about Naturally Healthy Publications or how to improve pulmonary fibrosis without the use of drugs, please follow the links below:
Naturally Healthy Publications
Really Healthy Lungs
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