September 04, 2008 COPD can be difficult-tiresome-depressing-but
Posted Sep 07 2008 2:05am
Start to care for yourself. With COPD it can be difficult, depressing, tiresome, BUT, it will be rewarding if you learn how to take charge and how to manage the disease by making good choices. Study to learn what they are. email@example.comA personal best for me today on the treadmill: 5K (3.1 miles) in 45:02. Five years ago it would have taken well over an hour-closer to 2 hrs...IF I could keep going that far. Starting out I walked less than 20 minutes, which granted, compared to some is a lot. Whatever you do...don't compare to others, but do speak out with pride when you achieve a new record, you deserve to crowe and be praised after working hard to keep moving.
Exercise Your Lungs���Exercise is an integral part of the treatment of COPD,��� says Dr. Barry Make. Regular physical activity has numerous benefits for people with the lung disease.���For starters,it reduces shortness of breath, which means patients can do more and go further without getting short of breath,��� Make says. ���This really improves their quality of life.���http://www.americanprofile.com/article/28655.html
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Choose a healthful diet:Substance Found In Fruits And Vegetables Reduces Likelihood Of The FluScienceDaily (Sep. 3, 2008a recent human study found that people who took quercetin suffered fewer illnesses following three days of exhaustive exercise compared to those who did not.http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080903080858.htm