Water in lungs causes | Top 5 causes of lung water

before you view our video please take a moment to subscribe to our YouTube channel by clicking the subscribe button then tap on the bell icon so you will be the first to know when we post a new video top 5 causes of lung water water in the lung known scientifically as pulmonary edema occurs when the lungs become full of fluid preventing the entry of oxygen and the output of carbon dioxide the accumulation of fluid and along usually occurs when you have a problem with a cardiovascular system such as heart failure but it can also occur when there is a lung injuries such as infections or exposure to toxins for example one cardiovascular problems when diseases of the cardiovascular system are not treated properly they can cause an excessive increase in pressure inside the heart preventing the blood from being gum properly when this happens the blood collects around the lungs and increases the pressure inside the vessels in that region causing the liquid which is a part of the blood to be pushed into the lungs occupying a space that should only be filled with air some of the cardiovascular diseases that most commonly cause this change include coronary disease this disease causes narrowing of the arteries of the heart that weakens the heart muscle decreasing its ability to pump blood cardiomyopathy in this problem the heart muscle weakens without having a cause related to blood flow as in the case of coronary disease heart valve problems when the valves fail to close completely or open properly the force of the heart can push excess blood into the lungs high blood pressure this disease makes it difficult for the heart to function that needs to be strong enough to pump blood over time the heart can lose the necessary strength leading to blood pooling in the lungs in addition other conditions such as kidney problems can also raise blood pressure and temperature the heart leading to a case of pulmonary edema were not treated properly to pulmonary infections some pulmonary infections caused by viruses such as hantavirus or dengue virus can cause changes in blood vessel pressures in the lungs causing fluid to accumulate three exposure to toxins or smoke when breathing in from toxins such as ammonia or chlorine or from cigarette smoke for example lung tissues can become very irritated and inflamed producing fluid that occupies a space within the lungs in addition when the inflammation is very severe lesions may occur in the lungs and small blood vessels around it allowing fluid to enter for drowning in situations of near drowning the lungs fill with water that is drawn through the nose or mouth accumulating inside the lungs in these cases although water has been removed with rescue maneuvers pulmonary edema can be maintained needing to be treated in the hospital five high altitudes people who do mountaineering or climbing have a greater risk of developing pulmonary edema because when you are altitudes above 2,400 meters the blood vessels undergo an increase in pressure this increased pressure can cause fluid to enter the lungs especially in beginners of this type of sports if you like a video and give it a thumbs up and share with your friends for more recipes and tips subscribe to the channel