A retired global technology executive and former Ironman Triathlete at 62 years old, Lee Fogle contracted Covid in The first wave in January 2020. After the resulting two bouts of pneumonia he found himself unable to walk upstairs or do normal activities. He was diagnosed by CTSCAN with end-stage Pulmonary Fibrosis, less than 30% remaining lung function. He was given a life expectancy of 1-3 years unless he could get a lung transplant.
As a lifelong biohacker, Lee refused to accept this reduced life expectancy, and although he was unable to walk more than 20 steps without assistance, and required 6 L of supplemental oxygen 24 hours a day he began the process of battling back against the disease. He did exhaustive research and began a gradual, but steadily increasing program of pulmonary rehabilitation and exercise, combined with meditation, nutrition, proper sleep, breath training, and natural supplements. Today he has resumed normal activities of swimming, biking, running, playing pickle, ball and golf, and he’s living, a full and active life.
He has written a book, A Matter of Life and Breath (available on Amazon) which chronicles, his dramatic health decline and ultimately recovery. He shares the 7 Steps to Recovery in his book. Today he serves as an ambassador to the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, and volunteers his time in hospice and memory care facilities as a Reiki practitioner.
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