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13 July 2012

Crazy ideas: Better Respiratory Conditions for Sufferers of Sickle Cell Disease


© Harish Jharia 

People suffering from sickle cell disease should follow the following guidelines for better respiratory conditions as they need more Oxygen as compared to common human beings:
  1. Ensure that you stay in an airy room
  2. Ensure cross ventilation in your room
  3. Avoid prolonged stay in air-conditioned room or automobile 
  4. Keep minimum two window-glasses of your car slightly open while driving... for cross ventilation, even when AC is switched-on
  5. Make sure that you go for a moderate morning walk at the time of sunrise (6am) for breathing-in a huge amount of Oxygen along with pure, fresh and pollution-free morning breeze
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Read more about Sickle Cell disease: 
  1. Health: 8 Foods for keeping Sickle Cell Patients healthy: http://www.discovery-of-life.com/2012/07/health-8-foods-for-keeping-sickle-cell.html
  2. Sickle Cell Anemia: Disease, Reasons, precautions and care: http://www.discovery-of-life.com/2012/07/sickle-cell-anemia-disease-reasons.html
  3. Crazy ideas: Better Respiratory Conditions for Sufferers of Sickle Cell Disease: http://www.discovery-of-life.com/2012/07/crazy-ideas-better-respiratory.html
  4. A Serious Blood complication : Sickle Cell Anemia (सिकल सैल एनीमिया /हँसिया सैल एनीमिया): http://www.discovery-of-life.com/2012/06/serious-blood-complication-sickle-cell.html
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- Harish Jharia
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