There are many external factors that exist today that create an unnatural pressure on our lungs, such as smoking, pollution, vaping, outdoor work environment, and so on. These factors damage our lungs in the long run, even if the effects are not immediately visible. The world has transformed in this pace for modernization, and it has changed the environment as well as our lifestyle, and it has brought along many disadvantages for our health. In the case of lungs, the problem is even worse, because once the lungs are damaged; it is more or less irreversible. Moreover, the treatment for lungs and its prognosis has remained unchanged for many years, with little or no sign of improvement seen in most of the cases.
Habits such as cigarette smoking or exposure to industrial gas waste in factories or other industrial conditions can cause Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, which has over 24 million victims in the United States alone. This disease chokes the nasal passage and restricts the airflow, causing breathing problems, fatigue, weakness, neurological problems, and range of other associated symptoms for the patient. In advanced stages, COPD is even known to cause a fatality and to keep such a consequence at bay; many people are looking at alternative treatment options. One of the most popular and effective treatment in this regard is through stem cell therapy.
The Lung Institute, based in Tampa is the leader in providing treatment for the chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Starting from its inception in 2013 till now, The Lung Institute has treated over 3,000 patients and continued to care and treat hundreds more. LifeStylesAfter50 explains how the Institute carefully analyze the situation of the patient by running various tests and after that, design a treatment course including stem cell extracted from the blood or bone marrow of the patient.
According to Cedars-sinai, stem cell treatment is known to be much more effective because it helps the lung to heal from within, and The Lung Institute after carrying out years of research on the matter has provided substantial results in how it can help COPD patients, http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/33635903/copd-patients-are-saying-yes-to-stem-cells-at-the-lung-institute-in-tampa. The Lung Institute has a pool of experienced thoracic surgeons, physicians, stem cell experts and other medical professionals who aim at healing your lung condition and improve your overall quality of life. For more information, visit lunginstitute.com.