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 Is drinking water good for a sorethroat, taken with lockets and tablets (in intervals).?

 I snore a lot while I sleep give me some way to get remedy from it?
I use to getup and sit while I sleep then by sitting only I sleeps and after sometimes I will again lay down on bed and will sleep this continues whole night, I do smoke also. Please make me know ...

 How harmful is smoking weed?does it cause any permenant damage?
what are theill effects?...

 My daughter is having her tonsils and adenoids removed........?
Has anybody ever went through this with their child? What were they like after surgery? What are some good foods to feed them? My daughter does not like things like ice cream and popsicles, what else ...

 It hurts so bad, I can’t sleep. What am I going to do?
I am sitting up late again, sitting here in tears. The Vikadin is not working. My ears are ringing, my face and ears hurt. The sinus pressure is so high that I can’t keep my eyes focused.

 Smoking marijuana?
i smoked marijuana 3 weeks ago havent smoked since then, how long does it take for it to get cleaned out of my system?...

 Does your partners snoring keep you awake?

 If you have smoked less than one pack of cigarettes in your entire life time. are your lungs damged?

 Is bronchitis contagious?
?? i dont want to spread it to my mates or family so is bronchitis contagious
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uve all been so helpfull :)...

 Why doesn't snoring wake up the snorer?

 Is there a medication that stops throwing up and what is it called?

 How do i stop the craving!!!!! im giving up smoking today. any ideas to take my mind off it????

 Been smoking a lot for 30 years...should I bother to quit now?
Or am I a gonner and not worth ...

 Someone help!!?
I posted a couple of hours ago regarding respiratory problems.Just a
few minutes ago I was sitting on the couch reading,and all of the sudden I started having trouble breathing.I started ...

 My mum's had a sneaky cigarette, and doesn't want her No-Smoking group to know?
How can she 'evade/trick' the carbon monoxide machine which tests her breath for these fumes, or at least bring her levels down? By 5:45 GMT, to be precise....

 Passive Smoking!?
My husband smokes about 20 a day, although he`s in the process of giving up (again), since being with him and certainly in the last six months I have had no end of chest infections, does anybody ...

 Are all states smoking bans the same?
i am doing a report on the smoking ban and i wanted to know if all states smoking bans are the same....

 Is it ok to smoke(cigarette's) at a young age???

 I really want to give up smoking..?
I haven't smoked for the last 3 weeks but only because i haven't been socialising or meeting up with friends..its so bad i can give up for weeks but the minute i go to my friends house or ...

 Sharp pain and bloody taste when coughing?
Ive had coughing for some time now ... and whenever i cough it hurts on the left side of my chest and i get a bloody taste .... i am an 18 yr old non-smoker .. can it be something serious?...

What is best us climate for people with lung conditions, such as COPD?
I have COPD and the heat combined with the humidity make it very hard to breath. Need to find a place to live that might make breathing a little eaiser

I know with asthma my son did not need meds when we moved to the east coast....(pa).

Good luck!

Mine Shafts!

Knick A
A smoke - free climate is best.

do not move to a state where the altitude is high because this affects your respiration and circulation in your blood. (i think one of the highest altitudes is denver, colorado)

Sometimes there is no place like home. You might try to get a dehumidifier and make sure you have central air to make your home as comfortable as possible. If you move away, you will be away from your friends, family, doctors and the things that you like about where you are now. If you have family in another location that has mild summers and mild winters you might consider moving there. It makes no sense to move away from an area because of one bad month if the other place has terrible winters with lots of snow and ice.

Amy Renee
I have heard people moving to cooler temperatures. Possible Colorado and Nevada.

Alpha 1 ZZ
Hi There,

Do you live in Memphis Tennessee? I just thought so by your user name. Anyways I have a genetic lung disease called Alpha 1 Antitryspin Deficiency. I moved to Fort Myers Florida 7 years ago and don't have as much trouble breathing as I did living in Tennessee. The humidity is worse there than it is here. My lung function is 32% right now and I am 40. I was diagnosed at 32. Have you been tested for it? How old are you if I may ask? Alpha 1 is very common, it is just most doctors do not test for it like they should. If you have trouble breathing, or told you have COPD, or told you have Asthma, or Emphysema, Everyone should demand an Alpha 1 test. Just my opinion, because lung damage is something you don't wanna play with.

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Moderately cool temperatures. Too much heat and they will exhast to easily, too much cold can set off an acute attack. California is even tempered I think...

Probably a climate with a consistant temp and dry heat. I've heard Arizona and Neveda are good places for people with lung conditions.

yuk fu 2 me 2
U can make ur own climate.....quit smoking....get a good air cleaner......a good de-humidifier.....lots of purified water.....vitamins......plenty of vitamin D 1000mgs/day.....
and get away from stressful situations....get lots of sunshine and LOL daily and be very SILLY at all times........i kid u not......and take all ur meds......and surround urself with compassionate people....and u be the same.......cheaper than geographic change....and am I the only canadian on this site and yes we do have computers and ya canada has there own hillbillies and no we dont drink beer all the time....but yes the beer here is real beer thank you

I also have COPD. My pulmonary doctor told me to find a place that is cool 65 to 70 every day and very dry. I asked him where that would be and he said, "I don't know of any place like that. You just asked me what weather would help you." He is real funny!! But he did say that was the perfect weather.

Someone told me San Francisco was the best all around, even weather.
I am on oxygen 24/7. When it is hot and humid I can't go out. But I can't go out when it is extremely cold either. I am just happy when I have a good breathing day........................

A milder climate, temperature wise, with low humidity.

Northern Arizona.

High in oxygen content area like in a clean place no factorys and try ireland in the country side or permanent oxygen at home cheers

you will have to do a lot of research on your own for the right answer for yourself. COPD affects everyone a little differently, you can say such and such usually affects copd'ers one way or the other, but I have heard many say they breathe easier with a little dampness, others say they need it very dry etc.. besides the mean temperatures and altitude there is also concern about high pollution (air quality). Some areas seem ideal weather wise but when you factor in how many days of heavy smog, smoke from fires and industrial waste and other factors you might reconsider what was the first choice. Best of luck to you.

i have heard of people moving to Arizona for their breathing problems

Dry climate like Arizona.

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