As much as we trust in pharmaceutical and pharmacological treatments to help us on the path to recovery or stability, sometimes the remedy you need is something growing in your own back garden. Essential oils, herbs and foods all hold … Continue reading Love for Lavender
My Father loved walking & he loved to be outdoors. Despite living with IPF, he managed to keep his passion alive until he passed away in June 2017. In his memory I invite YOU to come join us on the … Continue reading Announcement: His Lungs Monthly Walk!
Earlier today a tweet went out about how to properly arrange and manage the use of oxygen assistance when going abroad, more specifically how to tackle this issue when booking flights and knowing what airlines can and can’t do to … Continue reading The Problem With Oxygen Providers
It’s always scary when you feel your health is somewhat limited and yet there are no clear indications as to what is causing the symptoms and/or problems you are facing. This was the case with Dad, the full diagnostic process … Continue reading Dealing with a Diagnostic Trail
It is obviously an unsettling and frightening time having to manage with your loved one when they are admitted to A&E with a sudden deterioration in illness. Having been through that experience a few times in my life and having … Continue reading Coping with Emergency Admissions
You’d be hard pressed to turn on the news or open a newspaper without reading about how our National Health Service is being drastically underfunded, and yet patient numbers are increasing threefold as the pressure overwhelms out of hours services. … Continue reading Preventing the NHS Winter Flu Crisis