1. Your Lungs

 

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Welcome to the FREE "All About Lung Health" eCourse!
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INTRODUCTION: This e-course content is essentially from the mainstream medical perspective; some of it is general information that you should know regardless of whether you choose the path of mainstream medicine or that of alternative & natural healing.

As you read, keep in mind that mainstream medicine is foundationally about 'attacking' disease and managing symptoms. One MD who practiced medicine for years as they trained him in medical school came to a realization that his patients never really improved, and that he was just managing sickness and disease. This wasn't good enough for him, for he truly wanted to help his patients. He then began to pursue learning alternative medicine & natural healing principles and practices. As he began to use his new knowledge, his patients began to make significant improvements with healing & health. (More will be said about and from this MD and other forward-thinking MD's in our main ebook.)   

Alternative medicine & natural healing, rather, operate from a different paradigm, principles and practices that have their roots going back to Hippocrates 2500 years ago. They tend to focus on causes and the principles of health & wellness—aligning far more with the natural processes of the body which naturally tend to cleanse, balance, nourish, heal and even regenerate itself. As you will learn in our ebook, many mainstream medical methods actually undermine the body's natural healing processes. This is largely why its 'safe' and 'approved' drugs and some other practices have been yielding mass harm and death annually for decades.

If you haven't read this shocking report yet, please do so now:
Death and Harm from Prescription Drugs

Mainstream medicine does have its strengths and has given us valuable advances for decades. However, as the above linked to report reveals—it also has some serious limitations and dangers that are necessary to know to make informed medical decisions.

Nevertheless, as mainstream medicine is the dominant path in our society, it is beneficial to learn the essentials of the its perspectives even if you end up choosing the alternative/natural path that has healed many people from many health conditions & diseases. So let's begin … 

Lesson 1: Your Lungs

Everyone takes breathing for granted … except those for whom it's a daily struggle. That effort can result from a range of lung diseases and cures are hard to come by.

Lung cancer is probably the most well advertised, though – thankfully – it is becoming less so as a result of improved treatments. It is, paradoxically, one of the few conditions that can actually be reversed. Through a combination of surgery, chemotherapy, and possibly radiation, a person can actually emerge from lung cancer with excellent prospects of a normal lifespan and lifestyle.

Sadly, those prospects are not quite so good for one of the millions of individuals afflicted with some form of COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). Whether chronic bronchitis or emphysema, or any of the lesser known obstructive lung diseases, no cure is known, yet.

However, they are easily diagnosed and there are several effective treatments for COPD that can ease symptoms. Through the use of bronchodilators for short-term relief and corticosteroids to improve long-term function, COPD sufferers can live fairly normal lives. Similar treatments for asthma have long been known and are used by millions of people of all ages.

For those who have contracted tuberculosis, the prospects are even better today. It is easily diagnosed with a simple skin test. And, because it is caused by a specific bacterium, it can be cured in most cases by any of a number of antibiotics.

As with any disease, of course, the best treatment is prevention. There is no guarantee, particularly because the underlying causes are often unknown, but an individual can drastically improve his or her odds through lifestyle choices.

Cigarette smoking, for example, is well-known as one of the major risk factors for a range of lung conditions. Lung cancer, COPD, and more are all about 10 times more likely among those who smoke a pack a day for years. Allergic asthma, while it isn't caused by smoking, can be made worse by it, since it significantly reduces the body's ability to deal with the disease.

Apart from avoiding harmful substances like smoke and industrial chemicals, positive factors can optimize lung health.

A diet rich in antioxidants may help lung tissue deal with irritants and invading organisms. Even caffeine and alcohol in moderation are beneficial. Regular, age-and-health-appropriate exercise helps bolster overall health. At the same time, it produces benefits which have a direct bearing on lung capacity and fitness. Keeping the home environment relatively free of fungi, dust, animal dander and other contaminants helps protect the lungs from harm.

Knowing how your lungs function under normal circumstances can help you see some ways to keep them in the best possible working order.

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The treatment Jim did is one of the world's most scientifically demonstrated & documented alternative treatments. Healing successes by it have been documented thousands of times, even in mainstream medical journals, going back over 100 years. Yet, many doctors know little to nothing about it. This list of medical journals includes one of the most prominent, JAMA (The Journal of the American Medical Association).
This alternative & natural treatment Jim did is essential for lung health, respiratory functioning, a strong immune system, cleansing of cells, and more …

Are you ready to read Jim's amazing full recovery story, the detailed natural program he did and thousands of others have done, and much more?

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