One of the most important things to do when you have a disability or chronic illness is to learn as much as you can about it.  The more you know the easier it should be to get a handle on those days when you feel like it is a constant battle and you are not sure you are winning.

Knowing the language or words of COPD/Asthma is a great way to start or to continue to refresh a person’s knowledge of the ins and outs of the lifelong health companion we are dealing with.

Always remember, the more you know the better it will be in dealing with all that is involved with a chronic illness.

We are at a point of rewinding back to the beginning, which we began running just about a year ago.  Rewinding and repeating is many times necessary as a reminder of many of both the little and big things that matter when fighting a nasty disease like COPD or Asthma.

With that, we rewind to the word ‘CILIA’!

‘Cilia’ are possible one of the most important features of the breathing machine we have within us.

Tiny, hair like structures (or fibers) is what ‘Cilia’ is as it lines the bronchial airways and work like little whisk brooms in sweeping the bad stuff like dirt, bacteria, dust and mucus up and out of those airways leading into the depth of our lungs.

The work of the ‘Cilia’ is what will most likely cause most of the coughing spells that we may get, as the force of coughing helps the ‘Cilia’ make the sweep of gunk out of our lungs and airways.

ONE THING TO REMEMBER is that the ‘Cilia’ can be damaged and even destroyed by harmful things we breath in like cigarette smoke, chemical exhaust, cooking steam and smoke, as well as from pollution we may find that we breathe in while walking down the street or running in the park.

In our own individual battles with COPD/Asthma, be sure to learn and understand as many descriptive and defining words of importance to our understanding to what is going on within those battles.

Today that word in of importance and in need of note and understanding – is ‘Cilia’.

ALWAYS REMEMBER > A person without good breathing, is a person with a life of constant caution’, so let’s do what we can, to learn what we can, to improve what we can.

As always – if you or anyone you know have any symptoms involving lung and breathing functionality, and they linger over and over while disrupting a lifestyle – then please ask questions and get it checked out by a reliable physician or pulmonologist.

With that, we bid to all – smiles, prayers, blessings and steady breathing – Mr. William.

(Copyright@2018, CrossDove Writer)

NOTE TO REMEMBER: We only give descriptions and highlights of various aspects of having COPD and/or asthma and no way do we ever want our information to be considered medical treatment type of information, always consult your physician for more, clearer and more medical founded information.

(Information used was gathered from various books and internet sources discussing COPD, Asthma and other lung issues.  Images used, are done so by permission from and/or