About Acute Lung Injury

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Major Symptoms of Acute Lung Injury

Acute lung injury (ALI) is a medical condition characterized by severe damage to the lungs, leading to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). The major symptoms of ALI include coughing, chest pain, rapid breathing, and decreased oxygen saturation.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Acute Lung Injury

Acute lung injury (ALI) is a severe form of lung damage that often requires long-term treatment and care. However, lifestyle is equally important for treatment and recovery. The following are some lifestyle options suitable for people with ALI:

1. Rest: Rest is the key to treating ALI, so patients should rest as much as possible and avoid excessive activities.

2. Diet: Patients should follow the advice of their doctor or therapist and eat a high-protein, high-vitamin, easy-to-digest diet. The diet should be light, less oily, less salty, and avoid high-fiber and irritating foods.

3. Oxygen therapy: Patients may need ongoing oxygen therapy to help relieve breathing difficulties and improve oxygen supply.

4. Breathing exercises: Deep breathing and other breathing exercises can help patients relieve breathing difficulties and promote recovery. It is recommended that these exercises be performed under the guidance of a medical professional.

5. Prevent infection: Patients should take measures to prevent infection, including washing hands frequently, avoiding contact with sources of infection, and covering injured skin.

6. Psychological support: ALI may cause great psychological stress to patients, so psychological support is needed to relieve these stresses. Patients can talk to family, friends or a professional psychologist.

7. Follow the doctor's treatment plan: Patients should follow the doctor's treatment plan and follow the medicines and treatment plan. People with ALI need special attention to lifestyle, including rest, diet, oxygen therapy, breathing exercises, infection prevention, psychological support and compliance with their doctor's treatment plan. Through these measures, patients can better recover and regain their health.

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