COPD is a chronic disease that affects the lungs and makes it difficult to breathe. The condition gets progressively worse over time. But there are several things you can do to ease symptoms and improve your quality of life with COPD. Learn how.
Tiny particles of pollutants like smoke, radon, and other chemicals can get into your home through open doors and windows as well as your ventilation system. One way to clear the air in your home is by using an air purifier. This stand-alone device sanitizes the air and removes fine particles, like pollutants and allergens.
If you’re living with COPD, breathing devices like inhalers, nebulizers, and CPAP can help you feel better by opening airways, relieving breathlessness, and maintaining or improving lung function. Here’s what you need to know about breathing devices for COPD.