Got asthma or COPD? Don't let that stop you from exercising


By AGENCY

Pulmonary exercises are, among other things, about maintaining strength and flexibility in your chest. — dpa

People with asthma, cystic fibrosis, lung cancer and pulmonary disease are often wary of exercise, thinking it might only make things worse.

But physical activity is exactly what you need, provided you follow a few rules.

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