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Keep active - activity, exercise and pulmonary rehabilitation

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Series : Lung health

Published : August 2017
Page Length : 27
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : British Lung Foundation

If a person has a lung condition, being active can help to improve their quality of life and help them to manage their condition. There are many different ways to be active. It is beneficial for someone to increase their everyday activities, join an exercise class, take part in a pulmonary rehabilitation course or take up sports such as yoga, dancing or tai chi. This booklet explains the benefits of being active and gives practical advice on how to get started. It also gives an overview of what to expect on a pulmonary rehabilitation course.


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