Exhale

The official blog of the Lung Institute.

COPD and Exercise: Is Exercise Good for COPD?

7 Jun 2017
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COPD and Exercise: Is Exercise Good for COPD?

Many people with COPD wonder if it’s good to exercise. Keep reading to learn more about COPD and exercise and its many benefits for people with COPD.

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Maximize Your COPD Treatment Plan in 5 Easy Steps

5 Jun 2017
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Maximize Your COPD Treatment Plan in 5 Easy Steps

Sometimes doctors recommend additional modifications to help people gain the most from their COPD treatment plan. Let us help you maximize your COPD treatment plan with these 5 easy steps.

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COPD and Sleeping Problems: How to Sleep Better

12 May 2017
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COPD and Sleeping Problems: How to Sleep Better

For those of you with COPD or another lung disease, gaining consistent sleep at night can be difficult. Despite the random disturbances that can wake you up from your sleep, struggling to breathe in the middle of the night easily takes the cake. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown COPD and Sleeping Problems: How to Sleep Better.

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Improving Your Lungs Starts Right Now: 4 Tips for Better Breathing

10 May 2017
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Improving Your Lungs Starts Right Now: 4 Tips for Better Breathing

When it comes to improving your lungs, consider giving these simple tips a try. Keep reading to learn more about improving your lungs here.

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Lung Institute’s Blog Named in Best COPD Blogs of 2017

5 May 2017
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Lung Institute’s Blog Named in Best COPD Blogs of 2017

The Lung Institute is excited to announce that our blog, Exhale, has been named in Healthline’s Best COPD Blogs of 2017. Keep reading to learn more here.

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Best Positions to Reduce Shortness of Breath

10 Mar 2018
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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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Living with Supplemental Oxygen and COPD

6 Feb 2017
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Living with Supplemental Oxygen and COPD

The prognosis for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can be a devastating blow. Hearing from a doctor that you’ll need to use supplemental oxygen as part of your treatment, and the idea of being tethered to an oxygen tank, can take some time to get used to. Take courage – you’re not alone. With certain…

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COPD and Stress: Relaxation Tips to Prevent Flare-Ups

26 Jan 2017
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COPD and Stress: Relaxation Tips to Prevent Flare-Ups

People with COPD often notice a connection between COPD and stress. Read on for our simple relaxation tips to prevent flare-ups from COPD and stress here.

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Best Oxygen Therapy Tips During Winter

21 Dec 2016
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Best Oxygen Therapy Tips During Winter

With these best oxygen therapy tips, you’ll be able to stay warm and breathe easier during the winter without having to worry. Keep for more information.

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