Lung disease is not an exemption from daily walks

Patients with bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease often refuse to go out in cold or wet weather. However, the German trade union pulmonologists asked not to feel sorry for yourself and for your own good walk every day.

In fact, the home is warm and dry air is much more harmful to lung patients - experts warn. It causes drying of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, thus opening the way for viruses and bacteria. Cold and wet outside air can really cause some discomfort, provoking frequent cough.

In this case it is best to cover the entrances to the respiratory tract warm scarf or handkerchief, but do not deny yourself in a walk in the fresh air, which stimulates the immune system. A domestic premises where live pulmonary patients should frequently aired - experts advise on lung diseases.