COPD I Nucleus Health

COPD I Nucleus Health


Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is the gradual loss of your ability to breathe effectively. Normally, as you inhale, air moves freely through your trachea, or windpipe, then through large tubes called bronchi smaller tubes called bronchioles and finally into tiny sacs called alveoli. Small blood vessels called capillaries
surround your alveoli. Oxygen from the air you breathe passes into your capillaries then carbon dioxide from your body passes out of your capillaries into your alveoli so that your lungs can get rid of it when you exhale. Normally, your airways and alveoli are
flexible and springy. When you inhale each air sac inflates like a small balloon and when you exhale the sacs deflate. Smoking is the leading cause of COPD. However, it may also be caused by long-term exposure to other lung irritants, such as air pollution chemical fumes and dust. If you have COPD, you have the two main
conditions that make up the disease emphysema and chronic bronchitis. In emphysema, your airways and air sacs lose their flexibility, making it harder for them to expand and contract. Emphysema destroys some of your air sac walls, leading to fewer, larger sacs that provide less area to absorb oxygen from the air you breathe. The symptoms of emphysema include: wheezing shortness of breath and tightness in your chest. With chronic bronchitis, damage inside your airways causes
the lining to swell, thicken, and make mucus. You develop a persistent cough as your body attempts to get rid of the extra mucus. the symptoms of chronic bronchitis include: an ongoing cough that produces a lot of mucus shortness of breath and frequent respiratory infections. The damage done to your lungs by COPD cannot be reversed, and there is no cure for the disease. However, treatment can slow the progress of your disease, and help you feel better. The most common treatments are: quitting smoking use of inhaled medicines to open your airways and reduce swelling antibiotics for bronchitis caused by bacterial infection oxygen therapy for those with advanced COPD and severely low levels of oxygen in their blood and surgery, such as a bullectomy or lung
volume reduction surgery to remove non-functioning air sacs. The best way to prevent yourself from getting COPD is to never smoke. If you are a smoker, quitting smoking reduces the chance you’ll develop COPD. You can also limit your exposure to chemicals, fumes, and dusts that may cause COPD.

100 Replies to “COPD I Nucleus Health”

  1. this nucleus medical media is the most convinced and interesting media i have no word to express my admiration for thise fantastic media so i only say thanks for your fantastic information!!!

  2. Well…I ain't going to smoke hookah no more. I love it, but I love my lungs, my trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, and alveoli more. I need those and I am not about to put more smoke in them. Hell nah!

  3. I have chronic bronchitis and I use my inhailer it works but I still panic after words thinking my lungs are not getting enough air its freaking me out and I feel vary depressed this is taking over my life its freaking me out

  4. Congratulations to all who quit smoking! You won the battle of life, on the road to healthy victory!

  5. NEVER SMOKE, QUIT SMOKING………….. VERY IMPORTANT TO EVERY ONE, EDUCATED, POOR, MALE, FEMALE……. EVERY ONE ITS SAID IN MEDICINE THAT SMOKING IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN ALCOHOL……….

  6. 4 days smokefree (i smoked a pack a day for 9 years.) Still, after watching this video all I can think of is having a cigarette. When do these damn cravings end?

  7. Is it possible to have the original video without the words : SAMPLE USE ONLY?

    Want to use this video in a COPD day in our hospital to explain to patients

  8. I do not smoke, but I suffer from Bronchitis a lot due to Asthma. It takes months for me to recover and no OTC meds work. I've never been diagnosed with COPD, but everything the video describes, is exactly what I go thru a lot.

  9. I stopped smoking 3 days ago after 5 years of 20 to 35 cigarettes a day. The cravings are tough but I think i can keep it up…
    I just have one question : will  my lungs ever be healthy again?  

  10. I have copd and its so hard to have the shortness of breath this video they should show it to kids in school I never been a smoker in my life

  11. thnk god i stopped …. now its 45 days m not smoking … cuz its 45 days i have bronchitis 🙁 …stop smoking  or u will die soon

  12. I have the chronic bronchitis, it hurts like hell when i have too cough up that gross mucus. the thing that i hate the most about it though is that the reason i have it is because of my parents smoking, never had one in my life.

  13. My grandpa smoked and died from smoking. My uncle smoked and died from smoking. And recently my mom died from smoking. Today I still smoke and please everyone do yourself a favour and don't smoke and be very tough on your family and friends if they smoke. Seeing my mom die was the hardest thing I went through. She died from this disease. The bottom of her lungs closed down. I hope I will see her again when I die. That's the only way I will ever have a remote chance to see her again. Rest in peace mom (March 27, 1958 – April 19 2015). I will always love you.

  14. I hav bronchitis because my mom would smoke and I would in hale the exhaled smoke and I hav the same symptoms, like when it would flare up, I would cough non stop and cough up mucas like it said

  15. When i breath i feel that my lungs doesn't fill With the air. But the doctors test say that i get good enough amount of air but why doesn't i feel that.

  16. ita a very informative video before watching this I can't understand  it but after watching I have understand about gaseous exchange in human very thanks mam but here I have a question does it cause a sudden death?????? plzz tell me answer as early as possible………….

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  18. I know this guy, my uncle he started to smoking in his early age, almost when he was 20 now he is 62 and looks stronger healthier than us , he works so hard.☺

  19. Your animations are out of this world!
    This is beyond amazing!
    Thank you for sharing and creating this content!

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  25. Okay seeing those air sachs made me sick. i don't smoke but I have chronic bronchitis and not being able to breath scared me terribly. how do I help my lungs open up please

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