Taking a proactive role in your COPD will lead to a brighter future; not only to make life more comfortable, but to protect your independent lifestyle.
Living with COPD
Small steps, reasonable expectations, and a healthy mindset are the keys to making New Year's resolutions for people with COPD.
Healthy foods can relieve COPD symptoms and boost your energy levels, help prevent respiratory infections, and thin secretions.
There are several ways to make it through the holidays with COPD comfortably; balancing work and rest and protecting against the season’s airway irritants.
Breathing exercises can help you cope with episodes of breathlessness. Practicing them outside of breathing distress is also useful for when you need them.
Keep an eye out for these early signs of depression so you can get treatment started and avoid emotional catastrophe.
Journaling for COPD is an activity well worth your time and effort. It is a great way to gain new information, understand your symptoms, and find relief.
COPD flare-ups are frightening and uncomfortable, but their effects stretch far beyond the attack itself. Here are some tips for how to manage them.
COPD is a disease based in the physical that spreads quickly to the mental. People with COPD are prone to developing higher levels of anxiety.
Fortunately, there are ways to relieve the discomfort of COPD headaches and sidestep complications if you improve your COPD management in a few ways.