4 smart moves for a climber with COPD

June 02, 2015 4 smart moves for a climber with COPD

I have been a climber since I was in my mid-30s. When I’m on rock or ice, I am in a very relaxed state. I’m balanced and flowing. I have no pain and my breathing is easy.

A novice climber wouldn’t experience this, of course, but after 30 years, I can easily get there. Recently, I discovered I need one more element to feel at ease: my climbing partner and I must completely trust each other. I learned this the hard way on a climb last year in Zion National Park. – See more at: http://www.healthcentral.com/copd/c/573131/176192/rock-climbing-copd/?ic=edit#sthash.6ox9U8JU.dpuf

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  • Pamela Wayans
    Posted at 22:43h, 16 May Reply

    I have had ASTHMA my whole life but about 7 years ago my asthma got so bad and was diagnosed of EMPHYSEMA/COPD which was most likely due to the asthma. I was on double antibiotics and steroids, still didn’t feel any better. My lungs were constantly wheezing in all four chambers, i already used Advair, Spiriva, and Albuterol in my nebulizer, they just didn’t do much. April 2016 my sister in-law told us about Rich Herbs Foundation where she ordered herbs that effectively treated her arthritis. We ordered their COPD herbal treatment after reading alot of positive reviews, i am happy to report this COPD herbal treatment reversed my lungs condition. My quality of life has greatly improved and every one of my symptoms including difficulty breathing and wheezing are gone. Their official web page is ww w. richherbsfoundation. c om. I will be 52 soon and have never been healthier!

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