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Best Pulmonary Fibrosis Breathing Exercises

Best Pulmonary Fibrosis Breathing Exercises

To help you, we’ve made a list of the best pulmonary fibrosis breathing exercises. Learn these pulmonary fibrosis breathing exercises step-by-step here.

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COPD Treatment Guidelines: What Do They Mean for Me?

22 Mar 2017
| Under COPD, Lung Disease, Medical | Posted by | 3 Comments
COPD Treatment Guidelines: What Do They Mean for Me?

For those who live with COPD, building and executing a proper treatment regimen can be difficult. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to break down and explain the GOLD’s COPD Treatment Guidelines and give you an answer to “What Do They Mean for Me?”

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Chronic Bronchitis Symptoms: What to Look For

Chronic Bronchitis Symptoms: What to Look For

It’s easy to confuse chronic bronchitis for other lung diseases and illnesses. With your health in mind, learn more about chronic bronchitis symptoms and what to look for here.

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Lung Plethysmography: What It Is and Why It’s Done

20 Mar 2017
| Under Lung Disease, Lung Function Tests, Medical | Posted by | 0 Comments
Lung Plethysmography: What It Is and Why It’s Done

Lung plethysmography is a type of pulmonary function test that measures lung function. Keep reading to learn more about lung plethysmography and why it’s done.

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Incentive Spirometers: How Can They Help Me?

16 Mar 2017
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Incentive Spirometers: How Can They Help Me?

Living with lung disease can be debilitating to your quality of life. However, by using an incentive spirometer, it’s possible to improve lung function and improve your day-to-day health. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to break down Incentive Spirometers: How Can They Help Me?

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Stem Cell Treatment Review for Emphysema

15 Mar 2017
| Under Emphysema, Lung Disease, Treatments | Posted by | 8 Comments
Stem Cell Treatment Review for Emphysema

Behind each emphysema diagnosis is a person with a family, hobbies and dreams. While bronchodilators and other medicines may work for one person, other treatment alternatives may work for another. Check out these stem cell therapy reviews for emphysema.

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Best Positions to Reduce Shortness of Breath

Best Positions to Reduce Shortness of Breath

Shortness of breath is a common symptom of lung disease. People with lung disease know that it can be hard to reduce shortness of breath when it happens. Keep reading for best positions to reduce shortness of breath here.

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Understanding Bronchiectasis: What It Is and How to Treat It

Understanding Bronchiectasis: What It Is and How to Treat It

For those living with bronchiectasis, the constant coughing and mucus build-up can feel like a walking pneumonia. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to explain the disease in full, and teach you how to treat it.

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Keeping a COPD Treatment Journal

9 Mar 2017
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Keeping a COPD treatment journal can be beneficial for seeing gradual improvements over a long period of time.

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