Apple and green vegetables lower the risk of developing lung disease
Consumption of five servings or more of fruit such as apples, pears and green leafy vegetables per day can significantly lower the risk of the emergence of chronic lung disease, according to a study in the journal Thorax.
In that study, researchers recorded the respiratory health data on more than 44,000 man Sweden, born 1918-1952 when they were aged 45 to 79 years.
The research results showed that those who ate five or more servings of fruits and vegetables per day, 40 per cent and 34 per cent less likely suffered a COPD respiratory condition in which the airway narrows, which includes bronchitis and emphysema.
Each additional portion relating to four percent lower risk of COPD were exposed tothose who have quit smoking.
Inflammation and oxidative stress on the network becomes the cause of the rise ofCOPD and smoking is a powerful trigger for this process.
A rich antioxidant content in fruits and vegetables may reduce inflammation and pressure it, said researcher Joanna Kaluza of Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Poland.
Researchers said in addition to apples, pears, green leafy vegetables and peppers, there has been no other fruits and vegetables such as bananas, berries, citrus fruits, tomatoes, onions, garlic or green beans, which are also capable of menurunan the risk of COPD were exposed. So as reported by the Indian Express.
A hot shower in the morning can make you fresh and enhance creativity, according to several studies. However, if you want to improve the quality of sleep, take a shower before going to bed could be the solution.
“Body temperature plays an important role in regulating circadian rhythms–the body that reminds when feeling sleepy. During the day, body temperature naturally rises until the afternoon. Cooling is a signal that tells us it should go to sleep, “said Dr.Dianne Augelli of the Center for Sleep Medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian.
Augelli said disruption of this process could make someone harder to sleep.
It is revealed the Director of the behavioral sleep medicine of New York’s Montefiore Medical Center, Shelby Harris. According to him, take a shower before bed gives the body a chance to cooling and trigger the body to sleep.