Pulmonary Diseases: Fighting Back with Breathing Exercises

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Though pulmonary hypertension (PH) can be a devastating condition that can take a large part of daily routine away from patients, there are exercises that can help you keep moving, living life, and fighting back. Shortness of breath is one of the most common symptoms that tries to steal your life.

Here are some breathing exercises to help your lungs get stronger.

With this video shared by Burke Rehabilitation in 2014, you can learn some sitting exercises that focus on breathing and how Burke Rehabilitation Center in White Plains, N.Y., offers treatments and rehab for pulmonary diseases patients. Watch to see how exercise might help you.
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