FIGURE the phenomenal Edi Raharjo or better known as Lord Rangga passed away on Wednesday morning (7/12/2022). Based on the statement of Lord Rangga’s elder brother Cayu Nurhemah, the deceased died as he had been suffering from lung disease for years.
Cayu said that Lord Rangga had been suffering from lung disease for two years. According to him, several times Lord Rangga also vomited blood.
According to the data of National Institute of Heart, Blood and Lungchronic respiratory diseases, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), account for the third-largest death rate in the world, excluding lung diseases other than lung cancer.
The lungs, like the heart, joints and other organs will age with age. This organ can lose flexibility and strength. Just like the lungs will eventually start to lose their performance.
1. Exercise to improve breathing
It’s no longer a secret that regular exercise plays an important role in keeping your lungs healthy. The reason is, when you exercise, your heart will beat faster and your lungs will work harder because your body needs a lot of oxygen for muscle performance.
A review titled Your lungs and exercise which is published by To breatheDuring exercise, your breathing will increase from about 15 times per minute to about 40-60 times per minute. That’s why it is recommended to do aerobic exercise that improves breathing.
2. Don’t smoke
Everyone already knows that smoking increases the body’s risk of developing lung cancer. However, this is not the only disease that can occur from smoking.
It also turns out that smoking is associated with most lung diseases, including idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and asthma, and can even make existing lung diseases worse.