Respiratory Health
Outcome

Respiratory Health

The respiratory system, which includes the nose, throat, windpipe and lungs, brings air into the body when you breathe. In the lungs, the oxygen from each breath is transferred to the bloodstream and sent to all of the body’s cells in order for them to function (otherwise they would just stop working and die). This is one of the most important systems in the body, not just in a physiological way, but it is also directly connected to the mind and is able to promote relaxation and focus.

Respiratory Health and their sub-outcomes

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  • Respiratory Health and Immune Response

    The respiratory immune response consists of multiple tiers of cellular responses that are engaged in a sequential manner in order to control infections. The more engagement those immune cells have, the less tissue damage there is.

  • Respiratory Health and Nasal Congestion

    Nasal congestion is another term for ''stuffy nose''. It is often a symptom of another health problem, such as sinusitis, allergic rhinitis or a common cold, other times it can be caused by changes in the structure of the nose, such as deviated septum. Nasal congestion is marked by clogged nose or runny nose, sinus pain, mucus accumulation and swollen nasal tissues. There are a lot of different treatments for nasal congestion, depending of the cause of it. There are some natural products that can alliviate and help treat this condition.