Good breathing patterns are vital to good health, and especially helpful to people with asthma. Learning good breathing habits can have beneficial outcomes for those with asthma. It can help to reduce medication and stress levels, and to exercise more enjoyably.
- The mechanics of breathing
- When breathing goes wrong
- Sinusitis, hay fever (allergic rhinitis), post-nasal drip, nasal polyps, sneezing, ear infections and coughing
- Good breathing patterns, such as inspiratory muscle training with POWERbreathe
- Breathing and exercise
- Stretches and movement
- Medication and inhalers