Asbestosis Remedies

| Modified: Jun 10, 2020
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Asbestosis may not become symptomatic for decades after exposure to asbestos. This may have been in the mining industry but also in construction, as asbestos was long used as a flame-retardant until the dangers the mineral fiber can present to our health, including asbestosis and lung cancer as well, became clear.

Symptoms of asbestosis include breathing issues and a tightness in the chest, persistent cough, and a loss of lung capacity.

Natural Cures: Stopping smoking is critical. Physical therapy may also help. Supplemental oxygen may be advised, and a nebulized therapy to reduce secretion buildup or otherwise repair lung tissue may help.


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Posted by Lou Lou (United Kingdom) on 06/08/2020
3 out of 5 stars

Hi, I saw your website on the vitamin c group on Facebook. I would be really grateful for some advise.

i am 40 years old a non smoker and a mother of 3 children all under 7. About 8 years ago we did some work on our house we pulled up a patio and smashed up some concrete a lot of concrete over a few days. I was worried at the time that there could have been asbestos in the concrete. Time has passed and over the last 6 months I have been getting chest tightness, shortness of breath shoulder pain back in December. Life has been pretty miserable for the past 6 months. I don't feel like I can run anymore, I get a tight chest when I run and I am absolutely terrified that I have poisoned my lungs with asbestos and that I will have a slowly get worse over time. I have been having counselling, drastically changed my diet, I have been oil pulling for the past month. I have tried drinking some collolial silver but not much of that. Have been taking probiotics to treat my gut. Is there anything I can do to protect myself and to try and be there for my kids as they grow up.

Lou

Replied by Charity
Faithville, Us
06/09/2020

Research asbestos and serrapeptaise and you might find some insights.