The lung holds a significant role in our bodies according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles. It not only oxygenates the blood through respiration but also assists in the movement of blood away from the heart and the return of blood from the lower extremities through pressure dynamics. The lung is closely connected to the immune system, as well as the kidney and adrenal gland, which support the process of inspiration. From a TCM perspective, the act of breathing is essential for all mammalian life and holds great significance. In TCM, the heart is another organ greatly influenced by lung function. These two organs are in constant interaction, akin to a dance. When patients present with lung disorders, it is important to support the heart in some way or assess its condition if lung function has been compromised. This is logical since the heart is the next organ downstream from the lung. All the oxygenated blood from the lung is directed to the heart to be pumped throughout the entire body. Thus, to strengthen the heart, it is necessary to foster healthy lung function as well. A highly effective approach to enhance lung function is to engage in rhythmic breathing exercises that surpass what is known as tidal volume—the amount of air moved into the lungs during quiet or normal breathing. Our lungs possess reserve air beyond this normal capacity. To begin training your breath, take a moment to sit and take a deep breath all the way in until you cannot take in any more air, then exhale forcefully to expel the air. Congratulations, you have initiated your breathing training! For more comprehensive guidance, refer to the videos on this website, which can provide proper training techniques. Wishing you good health and well-being.