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A doctor at Queen’s hospital has demonstrated a breathing technique to help coronavirus patients with respiratory symptoms. Dr Sarfaraz Munshi initially recorded the video for his friends and family, but it went viral after being posted YouTube, reaching more than 3M views. The technique involves taking five deep breaths in, holding your breath each time for five seconds.
Allergist Jonathan Bayuk, MD, ACAAI member, discusses the importance of deep breathing and getting up and moving if you have a respiratory infection like COVID-19.
We know that it can be hard to find the time and space to think about your own wellbeing during these challenging times. But it is important. If you're caring for someone else, please, take some time to care for you too. To help you do that, we asked an expert to give us simple, quick exercises that you can do anywhere.
Demonstrated live by Dr. Arvind Kumar, Founder Trustee, Lung Care Foundation, and Chairman, Institute of Chest Surgery, Medanta Hospital, Gurgaon.
Learn Self-Proning - a simple way to rest that can increase the oxygen saturation in your blood by 10% in 5 minutes. Used for treatment of COVID-19 in Intensive Care Units, this restorative yoga posture can also be done at home. We include advice from ICU Nurse and PYI Breath Coaching Course Instructor Elizabeth Gottschalk. Instruction here by Dana Slamp, C-IAYT, Founder of PYI.
What is prone position? Does it help in improving oxygen level?
Prone Positioning for the COVID-19 Patient By Dr.Arvind (Medanta)
This magnificent Hindu temple is the serene abode of Shree Radha Krishna where you imbibe the nectar of love for God, celebrate festivals with the Indian community in Dallas, practice meditation and yoga, enrich your children’s lives with Vedic culture, or simply relax and enjoy the spiritual environment with your family.
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Federal tax ID:26-3490578.
1450 N. Watters Road, Allen, TX 75013 (Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex)
Phone: (469) 795-9130
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