Managing COPD in the Fall can be challenging. Cold weather, allergens, and flu season can worsen symptoms. It's important to know how to manage your health.
Several types of inhalers for COPD are on the market. The most common types of COPD inhalers include quick-relief, long-acting and corticosteroids.
Humidity and COPD are usually not a good combination. For people with COPD, high humidity levels usually make breathing worse.
What does the spring weather mean for your COPD? Here are five helpful ways to cope with COPD in the spring in order to get the most out of the season.
Understanding the different stages of COPD, especially end-stage COPD is important from symptoms to treatments to postponing the last stage.
There is some confusion between emphysema vs. COPD about whether they are the same thing, and the answer is not exactly.
Although COPD is currently not curable, it can be managed with multiple different medication options. See what the medications for COPD are here.
Using a peak flow meter for COPD is a critical part of your treatment. It helps by measuring lung function and how air flows from your lungs.