||Most people breathe without thinking. In every breath, the lungs take in oxygen from the air so it can be distributed through the bloodstream in order to fuel all the body's cells and organs. If the lungs become saturated with toxins, they are unable to filter waste properly. |
Common toxins in the air are tobacco smoke, occupational fumes, air pollution and germs. Left alone these toxins can manifest into varying health concerns. We explore the various conditions affecting the respiratory system.
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 11/23/2001
From sneezing and wheezing to itching and tearing, allergies and asthma affect as many as 60 million people in the United States (more than 20 percent of the population). When your body reacts to what is normally a harmless substance, it "attacks" the allergen with a fusillade of weapons.
Nutritional Support for Respiratory Conditions
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 8/4/2003
You do not have to suffer with respiratory problems. We offer the following Standard Process supplements in addressing respiratory conditions
Pollen.com - Accurate Allergy Forecasts
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 6/3/2002
If you suffer from allergies, you need accurate, reliable, timely information that allows you to consistently manage your symptoms and take control of your life! Pollen.com is the revolutionary new online resource that provides you with essential tools to do just that.
Purifying the Air You Breathe
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 2/27/2003
Indoor home and office air can be toxic, causing a host of health problems including headaches, allergies, asthma, runny nose, fatigue, chronic cough and ear infections. Air purifying systems can contribute to your overall health by eliminating molds, mildews, bacteria and toxins from the air you breathe.
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 11/13/2001
Sinusitis simply means inflammation of the sinuses, but this gives little indication of the misery and pain this condition can cause. Chronic sinusitis, sinusitis that recurs frequently, affects an estimated 32 million people in the United States. Americans spend millions of dollars each year for medications that promise relief from their sinus symptoms. Natural methods can get to the actual underlying cause of sinus problems.
The Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis
submitted by Dr. Gary Farr 6/25/2004
I often tell my patients that the gastrointestinal tract is much like a carburetor in a car. Your digestive tract tract must take gasoline (your food), and then mix it with air (enzymes and other digestive juices). If this mixing process goes well, your car runs and doesn't cough or sputter. How efficiently your fuel burns determines to a large extent how many years you're going to get out of your car. Although a rather crude analogy, this principle does hold true for the human digestive tract. There are many points along the digestive where some "burning" process can go awry and cause seemingly unrelated problems elsewhere in the body. This article will discuss those various places and give you a very good detail of what can go wrong.