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Conscious breathing to calm when an asthma attack is coming on

During an acute asthma attack, the small airways constrict to such an extent that normal breathing is significantly impaired. More conscious breathing can mitigate respiratory distress.

Abdominal breathing – relearn and use breathing exercises

Abdominal breathing, also called diaphragmatic breathing, is based on calmly breathing in and out. With deep abdominal breathing you use your entire lung volume.

Can you really drop your inhalation therapy altogether if you are on triple CFTR modulators? A cystic fibrosis patient shares her experience

Triple CFTR modulators are considered a milestone in the treatment of the hereditary disease cystic fibrosis. Many of those affected have asked if maybe they can drop the daily inhalation therapy. Anne tried it out.

The articles found on the PARI Blog are written by the PARI Blog editorial team. The editorial team consists of PARI employees as well as external guest authors and freelance editors, some of them suffering from severe respiratory diseases themselves.