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COPD and Exercise must go hand in hand.

We all know how important Exercise is to us having COPD. If you are not doing any then now is the time to think about doing it. Dont just sit there and think that I Have This Illness So What. Wrong attitude as quite alot of us will agree.
I myself try to stay as fit as I can. I try to walk as much as I can no more going to shops just up the street were i live in the car. It may take me a while to get there and back but it gives me some of the exercise that I need.
I also try and go to the swimming baths twice a week.
I am presently awaiting to go back to Pulmonary Rehabilitation. Our Physio team were not happy for me participating because I have severe Blood pressure problems. ( now beeing checked for possibly having PAH).
So for those off us not doing any form of exercise I will put it to you to get off your butts and do some it is important that we do.
Do not give into your COPD.

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    1. Hi claude and thanks for your post. There is no question that a 'fit bit' type watch (there are many clones out there, now!) will help you to track your walking. I see these in use all the time. In fact, I have one myself and have been using it for almost 2 years. Is this how you plan on tracking your activity? Please check back and let us know how you're doing.
      All the best,
      Leon (site moderator)

      1. would a fit bit help in keeping track of walking?

        1. Hi easy and thanks for your post. It sounds like your condition has fluctuated during your first year, based on the details you shared (above). Are you currently (and for the past year) under a physician's care? With proper assessment, treatment and a prescribed medication regimen, I would hope the physician can bring you to a point that is a little more consistent than what you've described. You may want to discuss this at length with your prescribing physician. Please do check back and let us know how you're doing.
          All the best,
          Leon (site moderator)

          1. Dear Leon, I received a notice that twice what I wrote was published. I'm sorry, my computer had something wrong, the compiler did not work perfectly.

            Thank you for your reply. The doctor who started the treatment is no longer, my new doctor needs to go back in September. But my temper is very messy, I'm constantly anxious, panicked. Doctors do not usually say much, and I feel they only experiment. I'll tell you the rest. Sincerely, I wish you a good breath!

          2. Hi easy and thanks for your prompt reply. Please, do not fret about the duplicate postings. We just wanted to make certain you were aware of it - sometimes people take a while to get used to the website. Clearly, this isn't the case for you since you explained about your computer mishap. As is said - 'no worries!' at all!!

            We appreciate what you've said about the two doctors you have been dealing with. If you have lost confidence in them, you may want to seek out a more compassionate physician - one who can manage you completely, including the temper and anxiety you expressed concerns over.
            We are here to assist in any way that we can.
            Wishing you well,
            Leon (site moderator)

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