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You can teach yourself paced breathing — for instance, from a smartphone app or Web-based program — or you can seek the help of an expert.
These controlled exercises teach you to focus on your breath and your body as you perform specific movements.
You also have unique anger triggers, based on what you were taught to expect from yourself, others and the world around you.
Physical and occupational therapists can teach you stretching, positioning and exercise activities that may help maintain range of motion and prevent shortening or tightening of the muscles (contracture).
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Teach your children to cover their mouths when they cough or sneeze.
Therapists can also teach you to avoid movements that put stress on your hip joint.
Teach children to stop, drop and roll.
Your doctor or nurse will teach you how to prepare the medicine and how to use the pump for the infusion.
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