Circadian rhythm is our body's 24-hour internal clock, and it affects everything from our digestion and hormones to our sleep. In today's blog, we'll cover why you should limit snacking before bed.
If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow in the winter and you feel like you are experiencing allergy symptoms earlier than usual, it may be because of snow mold.
Recovering healthy lung function is possible but it takes months of therapy and exercises after your lungs have been treated. Here is a list of breathing exercises and tips to help you recover post-COVID.
If you think you have sleep apnea, consulting your doctor is a great first step. They will evaluate you based on the signs and symptoms you exhibit as well as your sleep history and will most likely refer you to a sleep apnea specialist such as PulseAir.
Most people with COVID-19 get better within weeks, but for some, COVID-19 symptoms can last for months after testing positive for the virus. These individuals have been given the name "long haulers."
There are numerous risk factors for developing heart disease, some of which include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and tobacco use. Today, we'll provide you with 6 steps you can take to help prevent heart disease.
Why is this test (PFT) performed, what do you need to do before taking this test and who is eligible for this test? The experts at PulseAir are here to answer all of your pulmonary function test questions!
Lung strength has become a topic of conversation over the last few years due to COVID-19. How can I exercise and strengthen my lungs, so they are in better shape even before getting sick?
PulseAir Heart & Lung Centre wants you to understand the potential long-term effects of the virus and encourages you to get vaccinated to protect yourself and your family.
Buying a gift for someone can sometimes be more difficult than you think, but PulseAir is here to help with some great gift ideas for your loved ones!
Respiratory equipment provides a multitude of benefits for you, the user. However, if it is not in proper working condition, it will not perform to its full potential, making your treatment suffer.
With lower temperatures approaching, it is time to start thinking about how you can navigate the cold weather while having asthma.