Environmental lung diseases that make the lungs and airways narrow when a person breathes air that contains irritants and other substances called airway hyperreactivity may cause difficulty breathing that is sudden wheezing and in people who have asthma or copd attacks exacerbations of those disorders. Environmental factors in respiratory disease provides an overview of the state of knowledge on the role of environmental factors in respiratory disease the book opens with a discussion of some trends and developments which bear on concerns with respiratory disease and the environment this is followed by separate chapters on pulmonary anatomy . Factors that may predispose a person to respiratory disease or alter the progno sis however by understanding the mechanisms of disease defining high risk populations and intervening to mitigate or reduce environmental exposures the burden of disease may be significantly lessened environmentally induced lung disease. Respiratory diseases such as asthma and allergies are caused by combinations of different factors these factors are linked to the genetic background and the lifestyle of a person as well as the environment they live in for instance those who have a genetic predisposition and who are exposed to environmental factors are more likely to develop a disease such as asthma
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