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Three tips for handling the holidays better with COPD

Three tips for handling the holidays better with COPD

Happy holidays everyone! It’s Russell Winwood, and I’m here to talk to you about handling holiday stress if you have COPD. The holiday season is a happy time of year for most people, but it can also be very stressful, especially for people who are living with...
Sleep and the AI2™ Plan: Tips for Getting Through Week One

Sleep and the AI2™ Plan: Tips for Getting Through Week One

One of the biggest benefits of becoming fat-adapted is you may be able to sleep better. Getting better sleep can be especially helpful for you if you have a chronic lung disease. The Lung Health Institute offers three Anti-Inflammatory Initiative™ plans that may help...
Improve Your Lungs Without Leaving the Couch

Improve Your Lungs Without Leaving the Couch

Having a chronic lung disease can make exercise difficult. Depending on the severity of your condition, even walking across the house may be difficult. And yet, you know that you have to exercise and move in order to improve your health, and to maintain a certain...
Can Diagnosing COPD Early Help Improve Treatment?

Can Diagnosing COPD Early Help Improve Treatment?

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a progressive lung disease that causes shortness of breath and congestion. COPD cannot be cured, and it grows worse over time, but some treatments can help slow the progression of the disease and manage its symptoms....
A Crash-Course Guide to COPD

A Crash-Course Guide to COPD

If you’ve been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), you may feel like going into panic mode. COPD is an incurable disease that progresses slowly and grows worse over time. However, you should not panic if you have COPD. Instead, you should...
Three Breathing Exercises to Help COPD

Three Breathing Exercises to Help COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is known for causing shortness of breath and other breathing difficulties that make living your daily life a challenge. When you’ve been diagnosed with COPD, it’s important to follow the treatment plan prescribed by your...
Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation

Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation

Our experienced physicians with Lung Health Institute presented compelling findings at the 7th Annual International Symposium on Regenerative Rehabilitation this weekend. Jack Coleman Jr., M.D., FACS and Melissa Rubio, Ph.D., APRN addressed the need for new,...
New Technologies That May Help You Breathe Easier

New Technologies That May Help You Breathe Easier

Medical technology breakthroughs are happening every day, but if you’re a patient dealing with a lung disease, some of the most relevant new technologies are devices that help you track your medication usage, such as the Hailie inhaler sensor. Why the Hailie Inhaler...
Tips To Help You Continue Working With COPD

Tips To Help You Continue Working With COPD

If you have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and you wish to stay in the workforce for as long as possible, there are several areas that you’ll need to carefully consider. These areas include how to talk to your employer about your...
Valuable Grocery Shopping Tips for COPD Patients

Valuable Grocery Shopping Tips for COPD Patients

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can make your life difficult by inhibiting your ability to breathe, which can cause you to feel fatigued and weakened. COPD has no known cure, so the best options for treatment are to reduce inflammation and assist with...
How Much is Too Much Supplemental O2?

How Much is Too Much Supplemental O2?

Supplemental oxygen is often prescribed for patients suffering from the later stages of lung disease, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Supplemental oxygen is prescribed when lung function is diminished to the point where additional oxygen is...