Links to the Videos

  1. Living with COPD
  2. How your Lungs Work
  3. Excercise and COPD
  4. Respiratory Excercises
  5. Pursed Lip Breathing
  6. Diaphragmatic Breathing
  7. What is Spirometry?
  8. COPD: How and What to Eat
  9. Nutrient Dense Foods
  10. Manage acute SOB
  11. Sitting to Standing
  12. Energy Conservation
  13. Managing Breathlessness
  14. Make your own Lung Flute
  15. Exome Sequencing Project

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This film is about living an active, positive life with the handicap of severe COPD / emphysema and the need to use supplemental oxygen. It is also about living fully with any condition at any age. Even though you have the physical problem, you are still free to choose your attitude about it. Breathe easy...

How your lungs work from the LungFoundation of Australia





Dr. Roger Goldstein explains why exercise is so important for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) on behalf of the Canadian Lung Association.



Respiratory Muscle-Strengthening Excercises



Learn how to use the pursed lip breathing technique - from Fraser Health
Here is a link to the booklet they reference - Living Well with COPD



Diaphragmatic Breathing



What is Spirometry? From the Canadian Lung Association



COPD: How and What to Eat



Choosing Nutrient Dense Foods from NIH National Institute on aging



Managing an acute episode of SOB (Shortness of Breath)



Sittiing to Standing



Managing Your Fatigue and Energy Conservation from LungFoundation Australia



Managing Your Breathlessness from LungFoundation Australia



Make your own Lung Flute



Exome Sequencing Project - hope for the future