And how to prevent them
how to prevent diseases to the respiratory system
Emphysema is a form of chronic (long-term) lung disease . People with emphysema have difficulty breathing from a limitation in blowing air out. There are multiple causes of emphysema, but smoking is by far the most common.
Emphysema results when the delicate linings of the air sacs in the lungs become irreversibly damaged. Most commonly, the toxins in cigarette smoke create the damage. and way to stop it from happening is don't smoke
cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease, meaning you are born with it. It affects the glands that produce mucus and sweat, causing mucus to become thick and sticky.
As the mucus builds up, it can block airways in the lungs . This makes it increasingly harder to breathe.