Pulmonary Rehabilitation

COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) can be debilitating and, for many people, exhausting.  Whilst frequently assisted by inhalers, breathing techniques and appropriately graded activity can help reduce or control symptoms and improve quality of life for many people with asthma, chronic bronchitis or other forms of COPD.

Deeper breathing into the lower parts of the lungs can release tension in the upper body and shoulders, improve oxygen supply to the body, and reduce the risk of lung infections.

Many top athletes got into their sport as a way of improving their breathing and reducing the effect of their asthma or other COPD.

Qualifications: Wright Foundation: Specialist Pulmonary Rehabilitation in the Community 2008

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