How an Asthmatic Discovered the Benefits of Exercising

 

Introduction: Asthma is a Major Public Health Problem in the U.S.

Asthma is a respiratory disorder with recurring periods of wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and troubled breathing. It is also known as a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) because it can lead to blockage in the airways. Asthma is a leading cause of hospitalization among children and adults in the United States.

                                      photo credits:- Annie Spratt 

What is Exercise Therapy for Asthma?

Exercise therapy is an important component of asthma management. It helps to reduce asthmatic symptoms and to keep asthmatics healthy.

Exercise therapy for asthmatics is the use of physical exercise as a therapeutic treatment for asthma. It has benefits for both the body and mind. Exercise can help reduce asthma symptoms, improve your overall health, increase your fitness level, and decrease anxiety or depression rates.

Why Is It Important to Exercise with Asthma?

There are many benefits of exercise. There are also many benefits of exercise for people with asthma. It is important to get both rights so that you can reap the best possible benefits out of both. When you exercise, your lungs become stronger and better able to handle asthma symptoms, your lungs will take in more oxygen which will help you breathe better during exercise and after, and there is a sense of accomplishment that comes with completing an intense workout session.

Exercise helps with asthma by strengthening the muscles in your chest wall, helping you relax your airways while breathing, boosting lung capacity which encourages deep breaths, clearing up airways obstruction due to mucus or postnasal drip (secretions from the nose) which may cause wheezing or coughing episodes), and improving lung function by forcing air

Conclusion: How Exercise Changed My Life & What I Learned From My Personal Experience With Exercising While Living With Severe Asthma

I used to not be able to work out because my asthma would get worse when I exercised, but after learning about how exercise can improve your health and lower the risk of chronic illnesses, I found myself in the gym every day.

It was difficult for me to work out in the past because my asthma would get worse when I exercised, but after learning about how exercise can improve your health and lower the risk of chronic illnesses, I found myself in the gym every day.

But after hearing more about it from my doctor and fitness instructor, I realized that if you can control your breathing while exercising then there shouldn’t be any problems. Not only that but studies have shown that breath-holding helps to increase performance in certain sports like swimming and diving by increasing lung capacity.

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