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The official blog of the Lung Institute.

Singing Your Favorite Tune May Help Your COPD

14 Nov 2017
| Under Breathing Exercises, Lifestyle | Posted by | 8 Comments
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The findings noted that singing requires breath control and the COPD patients were able to develop skills to control their posture and control their breathing, and these skills could be transferred into everyday life.

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Yoga Breathing for Stress and Anxiety

7 Sep 2017
| Under Breathing Exercises, Exercise | Posted by | 8 Comments
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If you have a lung condition such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or pulmonary fibrosis, you might also experience common symptoms of stress and anxiety. Anxiety is the physical, mental and emotional reaction to stress. Both can be calmed through the practice of yoga breathing.

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Best Breathing Exercises for COPD

11 Apr 2017
| Under Breathing Exercises, COPD, Lifestyle | Posted by | 23 Comments
Best Breathing Exercises for COPD

It’s normal to feel tense when COPD makes it hard to breathe. But, learning and using breathing exercises for COPD can be helpful. Keep reading for more.

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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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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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Emphysema Breathing Exercises

Emphysema Breathing Exercises

Emphysema breathing exercises can help your lungs work better and help you relax during shortness of breath. Check out our emphysema breathing exercises here.

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