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Enhanced External Counter-pulsation (EECP)

Enhanced External Counter-pulsation (EECP)

Submitted by • January 18, 2017

The winter season is one of the most difficult times for asthmatics to breathe.
For many asthmatics, symptoms often rise after a cold or flu. These respiratory infections cause added stress and inflammation to the respiratory tract that may snowball into an asthmatic reaction.
To keep a handle on asthma attacks during the cold-weather months, Follow the Steps below
Wash your hands
Washing your hands properly and frequently with soap and water is one of simplest and best ways to avoid spreading or catching colds and other viruses.

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