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COPD Home Exercise Routine: Part 2 | For over 70+

COPD Home Exercise Routine: Part 2 | For over 70+

Hey guys, it’s Mike from The Mayfair Clinic, we’re doing the second workout in the COPD exercise routine. If you haven’t seen the first one, I definitely check that out. We’ll put a link to that in the description below its a little bit more basic and just explains why we’re putting these routines together. But in a nutshell, one of our family members has COPD. And this is some of the routines that they’ve been given from the NHS,…

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Sit and Be Fit – COPD Breathing Exercises – Mary Ann Wilson, RN – Emphysema Bronchitis Asthma

Sit and Be Fit – COPD Breathing Exercises – Mary Ann Wilson, RN – Emphysema Bronchitis Asthma

Most of the muscles of the respiratory system are connected to the cervical and the lumbar spine, so spinal alignment will affect the quality of your breath. With good posture, sitting on top of those sit bones looking up the rib cage so that when your fingertips touch the hips and your thumbs the rib cage and it lengthens you’re in great shape. Touch your sternum. Give it a little lift. Pull your chin in. We’ll start with pursed-lipped breathing….

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Breathing Exercises for Relaxation or COPD – Ask Doctor Jo

Breathing Exercises for Relaxation or COPD – Ask Doctor Jo

(Holding breath). Hey everybody, it’s Doctor Jo! Today I’m going to show you some pulmonary breathing exercises for things such as COPD or just to increase your lung capacity if your a swimmer or if your a surfer, if you want to be able to hold your breath for longer. So let’s get started. So with the breathing exercises, you always wanna inhale through your nose and exhale through your mouth. With your mouth, you don’t want to make kissie…

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