Practices make perfect and exercise in the right way makes things stronger. According to Lung.org, when we are physically active, hears and lungs work harder to supply the oxygen that muscles demand. Exercise makes muscles stronger and it also makes lungs stronger.
Taking exercises doesn’t mean a formal program. Walking, running, or jumping rope help lungs work out to function efficiently. A few moderate activities include walking briskly, recreational bicycling, gardening, and vigorous housecleaning are also beneficial. When you have time and intention to workout, try muscle-strengthening activities, which help tone breathing muscles.
Your body also can be trained to breathe more deeply and more effectively. Try simple breathing exercises including Pursed Lip Breathing or Belly Breathing. To practice pursed lip breathing, simply breathe in through your nose and breathe out at least twice as long through your mouth, with pursed lips.
With belly breathing, start by breathing in through your nose and fills up your belly with air. Breathe out through your mouth at least two to three times as long as you inhale. Be sure to relax your neck and shoulders as you retrain your diaphragm to take on the work of helping to fill and empty your lungs.