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15:56 EDT 20th October 2017 | BioPortfolio

Original Source: Pursed Lip Breathing in Interstitial Lung Disease

This randomized, cross-over study aims at describing the effect of pursed lip breathing on exercise-induced dyspnea and exercise capacity in patients with interstitial lung disease.

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Airway and Breathing

Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea (AP-ne-ah) is a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing or shallow breaths while you sleep. Breathing pauses can last from a few seconds to minutes. They often ...


Verona’s lead drug, RPL554, is a dual phosphodiesterase (PDE) 3 and 4 inhibitor being developed as a novel treatment for chronic obstructive airways disease as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmon...

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Medical News Today: Box breathing for anxiety: Techniques and tips

Box breathing is a relaxation technique to help relieve anxiety. In this article, we look at how it works, and how to perform box breathing properly.

Spontaneous Breathing Trials and Occam’s Razor

Different ventilator modes used for a spontaneous breathing trial affected a patient’s work of breathing (WOB) variously and differed regarding WOB measured after extubation. The clinical relevance ...

Medical News Today: Mouth breathing: Symptoms, complications, and treatment

What causes mouth breathing? When should a healthcare professional be consulted and what might the diagnosis be? How is mouth breathing treated?

Medical News Today: Heavy breathing: Ten causes and treatments

Heavy breathing can have a range of possible causes. In this article, learn about heavy breathing, why it happens, and how it can be treated.

Medical News Today: What is Kussmaul breathing?

Learn about Kussmaul breathing and what causes it. What are the symptoms of Kussmaul breathing, how is it diagnosed and how is it treated?

Nighttime breathing problems tied to cognitive decline

(Reuters Health) - People who experience certain breathing problems at night may be more likely to develop cognitive impairment than individuals without any difficulties breathing while they sleep, a ...

Searching for the brain cells that control our breathing

We take roughly 20,000 breaths a day, mostly without thinking, but exactly how our breathing is controlled is a puzzle that has perplexed thinkers from Aristotle to Galen to modern physiologists.

Breathing Disorders During Sleep Tied to Cognitive Issues (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Sleep-disordered breathing may be modifiable risk factor

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Predictors of sleep disordered breathing in children: the PANIC study.

We studied longitudinally the associations of craniofacial morphology, mouth breathing, orthodontic treatment, and body fat content with the risk of having and developing sleep disordered breathing (S...

Age specific fast breathing in under-five diarrheal children in an urban hospital: Acidosis or pneumonia?

Children with diarrhea often present with fast breathing due to metabolic acidosis from dehydration. On the other hand, age specific fast breathing is the cornerstone for the diagnosis of pneumonia fo...

Breathing dissipative solitons in optical microresonators.

Dissipative solitons are self-localised structures resulting from the double balance of dispersion by nonlinearity and dissipation by a driving force arising in numerous systems. In Kerr-nonlinear op...

The Impact of Deep Muscle Training on the Quality of Posture and Breathing.

Postural control and breathing are mechanically and neuromuscularly interdependent. Both systems- of spinal stability and respiration- involve the diaphragm, transversus abdominis, intercostal muscles...

Breathing changes accompanying balance improvement during biofeedback.

The aim of this study was to determine whether respiration would be altered during visual biofeedback condition while standing on a foam surface. Fifty young, healthy subjects (24 men, 26 women) were ...

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