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5 Tips to Reduce Chest Tightness from COPD

28 Jun 2017
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Tips to Reduce Chest Tightness from COPD

For those who live with COPD, chest tightness and pain can be a routine occurrence. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to breakdown 5 Tips to Reduce Chest Tightness from COPD and help you restore a bit of relief to your daily life.

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COPD and Allergies: Why Clean Air is Vital for Better Breathing

31 May 2017
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COPD and Allergies: Why Clean Air is Vital for Better Breathing

Allergy season can spell discomfort for those living with COPD. However, understanding a few precautions, it’s possible to protect yourself from allergic reactions and COPD exacerbations. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to dive into COPD and Allergies: Why Clean Air is Vital for Better Breathing.

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Lung Infection and COPD: Signs and Symptoms

18 May 2017
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Lung Infection and COPD: What You Can Do

Lung infection and COPD often go hand-in-hand. Keep reading to learn more about the signs and symptoms of lung infection and COPD here.

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The Relationship between COPD and Heart Problems

21 Apr 2017
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The Relationship between COPD and Heart Problems

COPD and heart problems have many similar symptoms and can be conditions that occur together. Learn the facts about COPD and heart problems as well as your treatment options here.

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COPD and Anxiety: 5 Best Relaxation Tips

12 Apr 2017
| Under COPD, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Related Conditions | Posted by | 2 Comments
COPD and Anxiety: 5 Best Relaxation Tips

COPD symptoms like breathlessness cause anxiety for many. Check out our five best relaxation tips to help you breathe easier and manage COPD and anxiety.

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How to Clear the Lungs in 5 Easy Steps

24 Mar 2017
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How to clear the lungs in 5 easy steps

Mucus build-up within the airway of those suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and other lung diseases can be a serious concern. Not only can it obstruct breathing, but the build-up of mucus can serve to degrade one’s quality of life. With your health in the mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you a simplified guide on How to Clear the Lungs in 5 Easy Steps.

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What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

22 Feb 2017
| Under Lung Disease, Medical, Related Conditions | Posted by | 10 Comments
What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

Frequent shortness of breath can be deeply detrimental to the quality of life of those with lung disease. Making even the most routine tasks like walking up the stairs exhausting, breathlessness can dramatically alter one’s life. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give an answer to What is Dyspnea, and When Should It Concern You?

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COPD and Stress: Relaxation Tips to Prevent Flare-Ups

26 Jan 2017
| Under COPD, In the Home, Lifestyle, Related Conditions | Posted by | 4 Comments
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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Cold Weather & COPD: Here’s What You Need to Know

Cold Weather & COPD: Here’s What You Need to Know

Unbeknownst to many who live with COPD, the presence of cold weather can have a significant effect on exacerbating symptoms. To stay healthy during the winter months its best to take the proper precautions. With your health in mind, the Lung Institute is here to give you the information you need on Cold Weather & COPD: Here’s What You Need to Know.

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