Pursed lip breathing is a breathing exercise for the lungs, usually done in an attempt to slow one's breathing. The slow exhale combined with the shape of your lips allows your airways to remain open longer, reducing the amount of work needed to breathe. This technique is easy to do on your own and can help improve your lung function over time.
Here’s how to do the pursed-lip breathing lung exercise: Inhale for 2 seconds through your nose and allow the breath to go deep within your body, filling your entire chest and abdomen with air. Hold your breath for 1-2 seconds. Purse your lips as if you’re about to blow a kiss. Slowly exhale for 4-6 seconds (or longer) through your mouth. Repeat.
Hold your breath for 10 to 15 seconds before exhaling slowly. Do this exercise three times a day to improve lung capacity. Place your hands on your waist and bend on each side alternately. Bring your hands overhead. Bring the left hand back to your left waist and bend towards your left to feel the stretch on your right side.
During exercise, two of the important organs of the body come into action: the heart and the lungs. The lungs bring oxygen into the body, to provide energy, and remove carbon dioxide, the waste product created when you produce energy. The heart pumps the oxygen to the muscles that are doing the exercise. When you exercise and your muscles work.
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