Manikonda Prakash Rao
Osmania University, Hyderabad
Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Cancer Sci Ther
Oxygen plays a vital role in the breathing processes. Appropriate levels of it are vital to
support cell. As a result of Chronic and serious Respiratory diseases, the physiology of
pulmonary system gets affected and as a result, oxygen diffusion to capillaries at alveolar level
gets disturbed. The responsible factors for the said disturbances are Chronic inflammation
and mucus hyper secretion. Therefore, their management is very important for normal lung
Title: Chronic Inflammation and Mucus Hyper secretion are the factors responsible for various
Respiratory diseases including Throat and Lung Cancers Ô?? Prevention and Management
through Exercise Interventions:
Manikonda Prakash Rao, Awardee of Excellence in Health Care at indo global health care
summit and expo 2014, Hyderabad India.
Background: The objective of the paper is to create awareness among people about alternative and complimentary methods to protect themselves from various respiratory diseases including Throat and Lung cancers. The diseases cause the following changes in Airways. 1) Inflammation: Acute inflammation is a defense process whereas chronic inflammation is a disease process. 2) Hyper secretion of mucus: is the result of goblet cell hyperplasia in respiratory mucosa and is a prominent future of inflammation. They go together. Chronic mucus hyper secretion is a potential risk factor for an accelerated loss of lung function. The thick viscous mucus in the lungs will be conducive to pathogens. Continued inflammation and mucus hyper secretion may significantly contribute to transformation of normal cells into pre cancerous cells and later into cancerous cells i.e. the scope for series of mutations on Genes may get increased. 3) Bronchospasm: is an additional factor in asthma patients.
Methods: Exercise is a potent medication in history. It can be used as a tool to manage various respiratory diseases including throat and lung cancers. a) Cleaning Upper airway passages, mouth, nose and pharynx, the primary sites of colonization of pathogens and the sinuses, the way stations to the brain. These exercises should be practiced with hypertonic solution i.e., a solution having greater osmotic pressure than that of cells or body fluids and draws water out of cells thus inducing plasmolysis. b) Physical, aerobic and yogic exercises: help in strengthening the Inspiratory and Expiratory muscles.
Conclusions: Any mucus related respiratory health problem commences from upper airway passages and spread to tracheo bronchial tree as they constitute only one path way. The mucociliary clearance mechanism becomes defunct when excess and sticky mucus forms. Once the upper airway passages are cleaned of it, the defunct cilia become active and ciliate mucus towards mouth and it can be pushed out easily. The upper airway passages and the bronchial airways get cleaned from excess and sticky mucus. The diseases originating from its pathway come under control. The exercises are based on the concept Ô?? Once the offending factor, excess mucus is removed, the origin of it, Inflammation gets resolved Ô?? As a result of management of the above two factors, the gene damaging effect may get reduced i.e., the scope for series of mutations on genes may get reduced
Manikonda Prakash Rao B.com, LL. M, Gold Medalist, International and Constitutional Laws graduated from Osmania University. He practiced law at high court of Andhra Pradesh. He has been invited to various World Congresses of Health. He has received many honors from different countries. He has presented papers at international cancer conferences.
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