Breathlessness due asthma | Exercise to prevent asthma attacks | Side
effects or impact of using a ventilator .
I was put on ventilator for my breathlessness due asthma now I wish
what are the exercises I can carry out to improve my respiratory
muscle and also to prevent further such
attacks plus also what are the side effects or impact of using ventilator.
54 years with no bad habits like smoking, drinking and pure vegetarian.
side effects, such as a drop in blood pressure or an abnormal heartbeat,
muscles and burst eardrums are also common effects.
to the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Group, low blood pressure affects
20 percent of patients on a ventilator.
are affected by weakened muscles or heartbeat abnormalities, while
one in seven experience a burst eardrum.
patients may develop an infection or pneumonia after being placed
on a ventilator.
that involve short, intermittent periods of exertion such as volleyball,
gymnastics, baseball and wrestling are generally well tolerated by
people with symptoms of asthma.
that involve long periods of exertion, such as soccer, distance running,
basketball, and field hockey, may be less well tolerated.
less well tolerated are cold weather sports such as ice hockey, cross-country
skiing, and ice-skating. However, many people with asthma are able
to fully participate in these activities.
which is a strong endurance sport, is generally well tolerated by
many people with asthma because it is usually performed in a warm,
moist air environment. It is also an excellent activity for maintaining
beneficial activities for people with asthma include both outdoor
and indoor biking, aerobics, walking, or running on a treadmill.
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