People like you, talking about their experiences of lung health.
Reading the stories of people who have faced the same challenges as you could be comforting, moving or inspiring.
Our advice is to trust your instincts – you know if your child isn’t right
Claire and Shaun’s twins, Isaac and Evie, got bronchiolitis (a viral chest infection) when they were just three weeks old. In this blog and video, they share their story and their advice for other parents.
How I found exercise that works for me and my COPD: My Royal Parks Half Marathon
Mark, 28, lives with COPD. This month, he ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon for the first time. In this blog, he shares how he found exercise that works for him, why he decided to fundraise for the BLF and how you can too.
My mum has COPD and she is the family’s wonder woman!
Since her COPD diagnosis Holly’s mum Rita has been an inspiration to her family, with her upbeat attitude and her determination to push herself to stay as active as possible. Rita’s COPD diagnosis came in 2007 after she was rushed to hospital with breathing difficulties. Here, Holly shares her mum’s story.
How I stayed positive after being diagnosed with a lung condition at a young age
Sofia tells us her story about being diagnosed with an interstitial lung disease in her 20’s. She also shares what it’s like living with a lung condition and what she wishes others knew about her condition.
Climbing Snowdon: My Love for life gets stronger every day!
Sue has just completed 3 climbs of Snowdon, covering 6 paths, and raising an amazing £600 for the BLF as well! Sue tells us why she took on this amazing challenge.
How Breathe Easy singing groups have helped me to look after my lungs during the pandemic
Anthea has lived with Bronchiectasis for most of her life. She shares her story and describes how she has learnt to love her lungs throughout the pandemic by participating in virtual singing sessions with her Breathe Easy group.
How Melanie is loving her lungs
Melanie is 53 and proud mum to two boys, aged 24 and 22. This Love your Lungs Week she tells us how she has been loving her lungs through the pandemic.
I'm afraid air pollution has left my daughter fighting for breath
Leah Ward lives in Birmingham with her four children, including Lucy, 6, who has asthma. She explains why Birmingham’s Clean Air Zone must go further to protect little lungs across the West Midlands.
Tell your story
Do you have a story to tell? It could be about your lung condition, a friend or relative you know who lives with one, or how caring for them impacts your life. We'd love to hear what you've got to say.