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Infographic: 8 Good Things To Do for Your Lungs

As we grow older, it can be harder for our lungs to do their job. Older adults are more susceptible to respiratory infections, including COVID-19, pneumonia and the flu. They’re also at higher risk of other lung conditions, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and lung cancer. Make lung health a topic of discussion at your next doctor appointment!

Here is a visual reminder of ways we can protect our lung health.


Infographic: 8 Good Things To Do for Your Lungs

Lifestyle steps to keep us breathing easy.

Our lungs are amazing organs that work hard to bring oxygen into our bodies. Here are ways you can help keep them healthy.

  1. Get your recommended vaccines.
  2. Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
  3. Drink plenty of water and other fluids.
  4. Don’t smoke, and avoid secondhand smoke.
  5. Stick to your exercise program.
  6. Avoid outdoor air pollution.
  7. Improve indoor air quality.
  8. Have regular medical checkups.

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