A lung disease is a contamination that influences your lungs, either in the bigger airways (bronchitis) or in the smaller air sacs (pneumonia). There is buildup of pus/mucus, and the aviation routes get swollen, making it troublesome for you to breathe.
Lung diseases can influence individuals of all ages. Junior youngsters and the elderly are most at danger, and additionally individuals who are sick and smokers.
Pneumonia is more normal in winter and spring. It can strike all of a sudden or go ahead gradually over a couple of days. The side effects will rely on upon your age, the reason and seriousness of the contamination, and any viable medicinal issues you may have. Side effects include:
â¢ Fast or troublesome breathing
â¢ Coughing with tan or green-shaded mucus
â¢ Fever (sweating, shuddering, chills)
â¢ Feeling unwell
â¢ Blue shade around the lips (cyanosis)
â¢ Stomach torment
â¢ Loss of hunger
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Last date updated on June, 2014