The lungs are a key part of the respiratory system. The lungs contain a vast number of airway components known as bronchi and other smaller ones known as bronchioles, which extend to the alveoli, or tiny air saks. The lungs and airway components can become damaged over time by many different diseases, environmental or social conditions such as smoking or chemical inhalation which can result in scarring, along with many other lung disorders. Scarring of the lungs or fibrosis of the lungs can make breathing severely difficult and, over time, may increase and become life threatening.
Discuss with your physician taking enzymes to combat lung scarring or fibrosis of the lungs. Enzyme medications such as Nattkinase and Serrapeptase have both shown to be very successfull with improving lung function and reducing scarring. Researching enzyme usage on lung fibrosis and scarring can help you make an informed decision on the benefits of enzymes.
Discuss with your physician using corticosteroids to stop inflammation of the lungs. However, corticosteroids should be started early for the best chance at improvement of inflammation and lung function. Corticosteroids can be used alone or with other medications to combat scarring of the lungs while offering supportive control to already severely damaged lungs.
Talk with your physician about starting immune suppressing medications in addition to steroids to help with lung scarring or lung fibrosis problems. Immune-suppressing drugs such as Gamma-Interferon, Penicillamine and Cyclosporines have all been known to help with decreasing the effects of lung scarring while offering some relief to severe fibrosis sufferers.
Talk with your doctor about taking anti-inflammatory medications such as Colchicine to suppress scarring of the lungs.
Lung scarring is very difficult to combat; however, stopping factors such as smoking or chemical inhalation--along with being diligent with medications and other treatment options--can provide the best chance at survival.
Follow your physician's instructions and treatment options explicitly.
Quit smoking or working around hazardous materials that can restrict breathing and inhibit treatment for the already damaged lungs.