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Our bodies have a complicated system of organs. Each organ works together to keep us fit, healthy, and thriving. When one of our organs is in poor condition, however, our entire body suffers. A single damaged organ could result in death. It’s important to take diligent care of our kidneys, liver, heart, lungs, and more. While every organ in our bodies is important, in this article, we’re going to focus on the importance of our lungs. You need your lungs to run, climb, speak, sing, and stay alive. Damaged lungs can result in death, so it’s important to take great care of your lungs every day.

Have Clean Air at Home

You don’t have a lot of control over the air you breathe at work. Or on the road. Or on the subway. You do, however, have control over the air you breathe at home. For the best health of your lungs, you should keep your indoor air pure. Use an air purifier and indoor plants, and make sure any devices you use, like a CPAP machine, must stay well-cleaned with a CPAP cleaner. At home, keep the air going into your lungs pure.

Drink Plenty of Water

You might not think of water as being good for your lungs, but healthy hydration plays a huge role in the well-being of your organs. Lungs especially thrive when they’re hydrated, since water can help thin the mucus secretions in your lungs. If you want to keep them fit and healthy, drink lots of water for your lungs.

Wash Your Hands

Nothing clogs up your lungs like flu season. While most viruses will only hurt your lungs temporarily, serious colds and viruses could do some long-term damage. Take care of the temporary and permanent health of your lungs and wash your hands. If you keep your hands clean, you can limit the spread of germs around the office, and when you rub your nose during work, you won’t be snorting up germs.

Quit Smoking

If you smoke, then you know how dangerous the habit can be for your lungs. It’s best to quit completely if you can, but until you’re able, it’s much safer to switch to vaping. Vapes are e-cigarettes, and you inhale a vapor instead of smoke. The vapors come flavored in fun ways, and the fumes are far safer than smoke. Vaping isn’t as safe as not smoking altogether, but if you need a little help while you break your habit, cheap e-juice is the place to start.  

Stay Active

When you exercise regularly, your lungs thrive. Active lungs can handle more exertions since exercise strengthens them and improves their circulation. It’s a promising idea to get out running a few times a week or engage in some other exercise routine that uses your lungs. Remember, yoga is great for your muscles, but it won’t do much for your lungs. Keep your workout routine varied and get your lungs into great shape.

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