COPD Exercises can help you avoid or relieve shortness of breathe, better control your breathing and live more comfortably. Learn techniques that can help you breathe better.
Your Best COPD Exercise
Cardiovascular COPD Exercise
The key is to find a cardiovascular activity you enjoy! Start with walking. Taking nice slow walks for about a half hour at a time is something that you can and should do every day — or more!
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Pulmonary Rehabilitation: COPD Exercises for a Better Life
Pulmonary Rehabilitation is a program of exercise and education for people with COPD. Gain strength, stamina, flexibility, and learn about your lungs and how to stay healthy possible.
COPD Exercise: Breathe Deep
Breathe Easier with Diaphragmatic Breathing
Doing diaphragmatic breathing correctly means breathing from deep in your lungs, not just huffing and puffing at the tops of your lungs. Gain control of your breathing.
COPD Exercise: Pucker Up!
Pursed Lip Breathing For Easier Breathing
Pursed Lip Breathing involves breathing in through the nose and exhaling with the lips pursed as if you were going to whistle. The action helps hold the airways open. Here’s just how to do it: