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Lyu, Park, Park, Lee, Jung, and Park: Application of Taesikbub and Lung-doyinbub in ⌈Dong-Ui-Bo-Gam⌉ as a Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise

Abstract

Objectives

The study is aimed to utilize Taesikbub and Lung-doyinbub described in ⌈Dong-Ui-Bo-Gam⌉ as a Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise.

Methods

We preliminary researched pulmonary rehabilitation exercise using domestic and international databases and old literatures of Korean Medicine. Then made a draft of Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise based on ⌈Dong-Ui-Bo-Gam⌉. After organizing expert group for verifying the draft of the exercise, we developed the final Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise.

Results

The Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise is composed of 5 actions including breathing method, flexibility exercise, percussion and hitting teeth. This exercise is recommended twice a day for at least 5 days per week under the supervision of specialist. It is expected to improve physical activity, dyspnea, health-related quality of life (HRQoL) as well as psychiatric symptoms by breathing deep and slow and exercising the thorax and upper limb muscles.

Conclusion

Taesikbub, Lung-doyinbub in ⌈Dong-Ui-Bo-Gam⌉ may be suggested as a better pulmonary rehabilitation exercise for patients of chronic lung disease.

Fig. 1
Flowchart of developing Korean traditional pulmonary rehabilitation exercise
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Fig. 2
Number of articles for each breathing methods. PB=pursed-lip breathing, DB=diaphragmatic breathing, YB=yoga breathing
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Fig. 3
Number of articles for each type of exercises
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Fig. 4
Procedure of Korean traditional pulmonary rehabilitation exercise
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Fig. 5
Flexibility exercise and percussion. (a-1) flexibility exercise: bending the spine round, (a-2) flexibility exercise: stretching the chest, (b) percussion
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Table 1
Characteristics of Breathing Methods for Pulmonary Rehabilitation
breathing methods Characteristics
Pursed-lip breathing Inhale through the nose with the mouth closed and exhale through tightly pressed (pursed) lips with a ratio of 1:2
Diaphragmatic breathing Breathing done by contracting the diaphragm.
Pranayama breathing (Yoga breathing) Inhale slowly through their nose to fill from the bottom to top of their lungs, then exhale in the same order from bottom to top.
Table 2
Procedure of Korean Traditional Pulmonary Rehabilitation Exercise
Section Contents
1 Sit down comfortably and breath in with your nose slowly into your belly. Then, hold breath as much as possible as counting the number in your mind and slowly breathe out little by little into your mouth. Repeat the above method three times, and practice to increase the time gradually.
2 Sit still with your hands on both sides of the ground and squatting down your body with bending the spine round, then spreading your back, stretching your chest and lift your head. Repeat five times.
3 Hold your fist, bend your arms back and tap the left and right sides of your spine. Repeat 15 times.
4 After breathing for a while, close your eyes, hit your teeth several times, and if saliva persists in your mouth, swallow three times.
5 Sit down comfortably and breath in with your nose slowly into your belly. Then, hold breath as much as possible as counting the number in your mind and slowly breathe out little by little into your mouth. Repeat the above method three times, and practice to increase the time gradually.

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