COPD Breathing Aid Developed

COPD Breathing Aid Developed

Researchers out of the University of Cincinnati have developed an innovative breathing device to improve the lives of individuals suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). In addition to helping to improve the symptoms of “breathlessness and quality of life for people with COPD,” the device “also offers benefits for people dealing with stress and anxiety and those practicing mindfulness, meditation or yoga.” The study found that “72% of the participants had a significant impact in reducing their shortness of breath and improving their quality of life.” 


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