SHARON’S Straw

Breathe in like you’re smoking a joint. Hold, release through the straw or mouth. Use various sizes and lengths. Visualize a tense muscle while you breathe in. Hold it for as long as you can at full capacity. Count if you must. Increase as you are able. Zero in on that one muscle – allContinue reading “SHARON’S Straw”

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1- My Lungs Are Not Congested – Never were and still aren’t

But I’m short of breath. Just talking. During and after any activity too. I do activities in stages now. Cooking, washing dishes, cleaning, writing, computer work etc. – even dressing – is all done in stages. It’s like I felt when I had a toxic mold infection – the fatigue is overwhelming. It’s like afterContinue reading “1- My Lungs Are Not Congested – Never were and still aren’t”

Cutting tongue fat can improve sleep apnea – Futurity

  Tongue fat is a risk factor for sleep apnea and losing tongue fat reduces the severity apnea, researchers have discovered. Improvements in sleep apnea symptoms due to weight loss appear to be linked to fat reduction in the tongue, researchers have discovered. Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to measure the effect of weight lossContinue reading “Cutting tongue fat can improve sleep apnea – Futurity”

Breathing Exercises | American Lung Association

Breathing Exercises Out with the old, stale air and in with new fresh air. That’s the theme of the two most useful breathing exercises—pursed lip breathing and belly breathing—taught by pulmonary rehabilitation specialists to individuals with chronic lung diseases such as asthma and COPD.  Like aerobic exercise improves your heart function and strengthens your muscles, breathingContinue reading “Breathing Exercises | American Lung Association”