The respiratory system, being one of the primary targets of the COVID-19 virus, often bears the brunt of its aftermath. Long COVID, characterized by persistent symptoms long after acute infection, frequently involves continued respiratory discomfort. Breathing exercises play a crucial role in recovery, and among them, deep breathing and diaphragmatic breathing are often recommended. This article will compare these two techniques in the context of Long COVID recovery.
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