PREVENTION & WELLBEING

Some people breathe through the mouth, but research shows that breathing through the nose generally offers more health benefits. This article discusses how humans breathe and the differences in nose breathing versus mouth breathing. It also answers some common questions about the two breathing methods. The lungs sit inside a person’s chest, or thoracic cavity, […]

Brooklyn, NY – Hyman Hearing is an online platform to help visitors and internet users find the most up-to-date hearing and dental solutions. The website offers important resources and discusses relevant topics to help visitors improve their oral health while enjoying the best hearing solutions. Recently, Hyman Hearing has delved into answering the question of […]

The most advanced study released by Data Lab Forecast on the Respiratory Protection Equipment (RPE) market comprising key market segments such as Type, Application, Sales, Growth, Comprises details of company manufacturing field, production volume, capacities, value chain, product specifications, raw material sourcing strategies, concentration rate, organizational structure, and distribution channel. The COVID-19 outbreak is now […]

A new study found that a type of breathwork (or breath training) performed for 30 minutes per day can lower blood pressure. A special device and a technique called high-resistance inspiratory muscle strength training (IMST) can lower systolic blood pressure by almost 10 mmHg and DBP by nearly 5 mmHg. Daniel Harrison Craigheahd, Ph.D., breaks […]

New Jersey, United States – Analysis of Respiratory Trainer Market 2022 to 2028, Size, Share, and Trends by Type, Component, Application, Opportunities, Growth Rate, and Regional Forecast The Global Respiratory Trainer Market is estimated to be valued at US$ 481.83 million in 2022 and is expected to reach US$ 844.72 million by 2028. over the […]

The parents of a brain-damaged baby who tried to breathe after being diagnosed as dead by doctors have lost the final stage of a life-sustaining treatment battle. A Supreme Court judge ruled that doctors were lawfully allowed to stop providing treatment after reconsidering evidence during a closed hearing in the Family Division of the Supreme […]

The power of connecting to the breath as a tool to cultivate well-being and solve problems has long been known by elite athletes, first responders, and yogis alike. In response to the pandemic, breath work has grown in popularity for its benefits in stress reduction, healing trauma, and unlocking potential. “Breath work, or pranayama, is […]

Respiratory trainer is commonly known as breathe exerciser is a device that aims to improve function of the respiratory muscles through specific exercises. This device increases the amount one can breathe in and delivers a high mixture of oxygen and air. Respiratory trainer strengthen the muscles of those who suffer from asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and […]

What is SARS? It is an atypical severe pneumonia caused by SARS-Cov coronavirus (unknown at the time), a virus capable of surviving about three hours outside the host organism. Coronaviruses are generally the main cause of mild to moderate respiratory illnesses such as the common cold, but which can worsen into pneumonia and acute respiratory […]

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention headquarters in Atlanta. (Dreamstime/TNS) (Dreamstime) (Tribune News Service) — Doctors should be on the lookout for cases of a respiratory virus that can sometimes cause polio-like muscle weakness and paralysis in children, U.S. health officials said. Young children with respiratory illnesses and muscle weakness may be infected with […]

The ‘Love Me’ programme is a local community initiative to enhance mental and physical wellbeing in a refreshing and inspiring way. This month it received support from the Active Richmond Fund to help more women in the Borough take simple steps towards a healthy lifestyle. The programme aims to build confidence and enthusiasm for everyday […]

The common cold is caused by a viral infection in the upper airways, sinuses, throat, and nose. Although unpleasant, it is generally not a cause for concern. In the vast majority of cases, despite feeling ill, with sneezing, sore throat, cough, and runny nose, a cold is a self-limiting infection; this means it gets better […]

WVU is observing Hazing Prevention Week this week (Sept. 26-30) with a series of in-person and virtual events.  Sponsored by the WVU Hazing Prevention Task Force, the purpose of this year’s observance is to raise awareness on what constitutes hazing and educate members of the University community on where to report hazing. Kimberly and TJ […]

According to Belgian tech startup, moonbird, using breathwork as a way to relax is growing rapidly in popularity. To answer this demand, the company has recently developed a pocket-sized intuitive breathwork coach tool to guide people through breathing exercises and improve their sense of wellbeing. The compact moonbird tool guides the user’s breathing slowly while […]

First published SEP 27, 2022 Updated 1 hour ago Alison Talmage Alison Talmage is the co-founder of CeleBRation Choir, a music therapist, teacher, musician and doctoral candidate at the School of Music, Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland. Show more Suzanne Purdy Dr Suzanne Purdy is the head of School of Psychology, Faculty of Science, […]

WASHINGTON: Imperial researchers have embedded new low-cost sensors into t-shirts and face masks that track breathing, heart rate, and ammonia. Potential applications range from monitoring exercise, sleep, and stress to diagnosing and monitoring disease through breath and vital signs. Spun from a new Imperial-developed cotton-based conductive thread called PECOTEX, the sensors cost little to manufacture. […]

Every year, World Lung Day is celebrated on September 25 to advocate lung health and spread awareness. Lung disease is any problem that arises in the lungs and prevents it from working properly. Lung disease is divided into three main types – airway diseases, lung tissue diseases and lung circulation diseases. The lungs, just like […]

If you have been experiencing random nosebleed incidents since you were a kid or always feel like you are fighting for inhaling breath, there is a possibility that you are suffering from a deviated nasal septum. We are here with yoga techniques that can help you deal with a deviated nasal septum. Yoga has a […]

Definitions: Healthcare Personnel (HCP): HCP refers to all paid and unpaid persons serving in healthcare settings who have the potential for direct or indirect exposure to patients or infectious materials, including body substances (e.g., blood, tissue, and specific body fluids); contaminated medical supplies, devices, and equipment; contaminated environmental surfaces; or contaminated air. HCP include, but are […]