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I am a 63 years old man. I have a problem of snoring every time I sleep. It disturbs me during sleep n I even have to get up sumtimes in the middle of d night with dry mouth. Please suggest a solution.
I am 30 year old female, my height is 5.35 " but my weight is only 45 kg. Suggest me a valid way for increasing my weight.
Iam a 19 years old. Iam suffering from sever back pain while Iam writing notes kindly suggest the solution for me.
My weight is not increasing. I am doing gym. And also focus on my diat place. And eat more as much as I can. But still not increase.
Sir . Sir meri age 18 hai aur mera weight 45 kg hai. Koi medicine bataea jisse mera weight badh sake.
Hi I am 18 years old and I want to gain weight which I am not able to do without weight gainer please suggest me a diet chart fir which I can gain weight easily also my I am not able to eat large. Please suggest me a medicine which can increase my hunger thank you.
I lost somebody close last year ans since then feek very depressed and prefer keeping to my self all the time please help me.
Meri health grow nhi kr rhe h. M kch bhi khata hu wo body ko lgtaa nhi h. Kafi time m se mera weight 50 kg he bnaa huaa h. Mje koi pblm nhi h koi bimari nhi h lakin fir bhi health ache n h meri m ky kru plzzz help me.
My age is 19. I am regularly feeling of stuck in throat, acid in throat, breathlessness sometimes, nerves stiffness in throat and pain in behind the chest, scapular region. Is it normal or not or what can I do?
I am 23 year's old I have dark spot on my face and with black & white heads also. Pimples comes regularly. What should I do ?
I doing a gym daily basis for last 3months but no weight gain in my body. My trainer tell me to take supplement. Its a right or wrong.
I am 40 years old and I have been suffering fever with headache. I have tried many home tips but not work. Please help, what will I do?
Lung capacity (or total lung capacity) refers to the total volume of air contained in the lungs after one complete inhalation and is a direct summation of your respiratory capacity and residual capacity (the amount you inhale and the amount your lungs can keep). A diminished lung capacity can stem from a number of conditions such as asthma, emphysema, lung cancer, or from bad habits such as excessive smoking. This, however, can be combated by a number of means.
1. Breathing exercises:
- Deep breathing: Research has shown, that taking long deep breaths, which basically encompasses inhaling for as long as possible and holding your breath for about 15-20 seconds can work wonders in increasing lung capacity if it can be carried out several times a day.
- Splashing water on your face: Splashing water on your face while holding breath lowers the heart rate, and prepares the body in the same way as if you were about to go swimming. This will automatically increase your lung's capacity to hold air.
- Try meditation: Closing your eyes and meditating for long periods may also prove to be beneficial. The lesser the amount of energy that you expend, the more air the lungs can hold.
2. Physical exercises:
- Engage in rigorous cardiovascular activities: Increased cardiovascular exercising, including aerobics, running, cycling is very useful, as it pushes your body to exhaustion, thus forcing your lungs to work harder - in turn, increasing its capacity.
- Increase water-based exercises: Swimming or exercising in water is very beneficial for the body as it adds an element of resistance to your training regime and overworks your lungs to supply enough oxygen, making them work better.
- Try exercising at higher elevations: This often works as a foolproof way of increasing lung capacity. Higher altitudes have lower oxygen supply. Thus, overworking your lungs by engaging in intense workouts can be very beneficial for your lungs.
3. Long-term training exercises:
- Increase your resistance: Breathe in high quantities of air, and take time before releasing it completely and do it very slowly. This forces your lungs to hold air longer, thus stretching them out.
- Overwork your brain: Try to breathe in extra - more than what you normally do. This forces your brain to work overtime to make sure that the lungs have the capacity to take in that excess air. This will greatly increase lung capacity in the long run. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a pulmonologist.