- A new cough that doesn't go away
- Changes in a chronic cough or "smoker's cough"
- Coughing up blood, even a small amount
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pain
- Losing weight without trying
- Bone pain
- Cigarette smoking
- Pipe and cigar smokinng
- Passive smoking
- Family history of lung cancer
- Scarring from previous lung disease
- Air pollution
- Exposure to radon gas
- Frequent exposure to inhalent chemicals including asbestos, metal dust and fumes, paints, herbicides and insecticides
- Eat plenty of fresh vegetable and fruit with minimum 5 portion a day which packed with phytonutrients that act as the cancer- fighting compound.
- Drink plenty of water with atleast 8 glasses a day to help keep the cells cleansed and hydrated.
- Avoid the meat intake which has been linked to an elevated risk of lung cancer.
- Avoid the intake of saturated fat and cholesterol rich food that appears directly related to the risk of lung cancer.
- Maintain a regular exercise such as yoga that combine with stretches movement and deep breathing meditation to enhance a better sleeping quality.
- Focus on the breathing pattern which concentrate on the moving of diaphragm while breathing and try breathing through pursed lips and pacing breaths with activity.