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Bronchiectasis Symptoms and How They Can Affect You

Bronchiectasis Symptoms and How They Can Affect You

Bronchiectasis symptoms can be managed. In this post, we’re going to delve into bronchiectasis symptoms and how they can affect you.

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Managing COPD Panic Attacks and Anxiety: What You Can Do

18 Jul 2017
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Managing COPD Panic Attacks and Anxiety: What You Can Do

Panic attacks are symptoms of severe anxiety that can feel completely overwhelming and people with COPD are 10 times more likely to experience a panic attack than those without the condition. Managing COPD panic attacks and anxiety is key to improving overall quality of life. The steps to managing panic attacks involve learning as much as you can about them, understanding symptoms and triggers and enlisting those around you for emotional support.

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Pulmonary Rehabilitation for COPD: Benefits, Exercises and Guidelines

17 Jul 2017
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Pulmonary Rehabilitation for COPD: Benefits, Exercises and Guidelines

The symptoms of a chronic lung disease such as COPD can be incredibly difficult to live with. However, symptom relief through a health program such as pulmonary rehabilitation is put in place to combat these symptoms directly. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to explore Pulmonary Rehabilitation for COPD: The Benefits, Exercises and Guidelines.

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COPD and Meal Prep: Ways to Make Mealtime Easier

13 Jul 2017
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COPD and Meal Prep: Ways to Make Mealtime Easier

Although it’s harder to eat with COPD, it’s not impossible. Follow these tips for making COPD and meal prep more manageable and enjoyable.

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Coping with Pulmonary Fibrosis: 4 Tips for Breathing Better

12 Jul 2017
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Coping with Pulmonary Fibrosis: 4 Tips for Breathing Better

When faced with the prospect of coping with pulmonary fibrosis, sometimes the traditional medications aren’t always enough. In dealing with the day-to-day symptoms sometimes it takes significant change to one’s overall lifestyle. With your health in mind, the lung Institute is here to discuss Coping with Pulmonary Fibrosis: 4 Tips for Better Breathing.

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COPD Management Plan: Taking Action for Better Health

11 Jul 2017
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COPD Management Plan Taking Action for Better Health

Take an active role in managing your COPD with our COPD management plan that is intended to serve as a guide and help you feel more in control.

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Diseases of the Lungs: Could It Be Chronic Lung Disease?

Diseases of the Lungs: Could It Be Chronic Lung Disease?

In any situation where a disease is diagnosed, it’s almost always better to catch it early. This gives you and your doctor time to figure out a plan. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to discuss Diseases of the Lungs: Could It Be Chronic Lung Disease?

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COPD Exacerbation Guidelines: What You Can Do

6 Jul 2017
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COPD flare-ups, or exacerbations, can be scary for anyone with COPD. Feel prepared and in control with these COPD exacerbation guidelines.

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Scarring of the Lungs and Pulmonary Fibrosis

4 Jul 2017
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Scarring of the Lungs and Pulmonary Fibrosis

If you live with pulmonary fibrosis, you’ve likely heard about the scarring of the lungs. Here we explain what it means to have scarring of the lungs.

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