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Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of COPD.
Empowering patients and caregivers to take control of COPD.

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“Photography gives me something that uses my brain as well as my creativity. I need that. Just like we lose physical ability if we don't exercise our bodies, we lose mental ability if we don't use our brains.” https://copd.net/?p=9311

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How do you manage the challenges of rain and humidity with COPD? https://copd.net/?p=8960

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Stress is a part of life. But chronic illnesses like COPD can make managing daily stress even harder. Here are some strategies that can help! https://copd.net/?p=1019

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The heat of summer can be a struggle with COPD, but at least the sun brings Vitamin D! Learn more about the role of vitamin D in COPD: https://copd.net/?p=2606

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To Our Caregivers: This disease is so very hard and everything you do makes it easier for us...There will be tough days ahead. Your load will be heavier. So thank you, again, for all you do for us. https://copd.net/?p=7358

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“A spacer is a hollow device that attaches to the mouthpiece of a metered dose inhaler (MDI), such as an albuterol inhaler.” Learn more from our experts: https://copd.net/?p=7781

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For those of us with COPD, acceptance is key, though not always easy. Derek shares his advice: https://copd.net/?p=3536

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One unexpected aspect of COPD management is skin tears. Whether you’ve experienced this or not, it’s important to learn the signs and how to manage: https://copd.net/?p=2141
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Gardening - Club Stores - Salvage Grocery - It has taken me a couple of years to organize a good routine that fits us. When you live on a limited income like I do, saving money in every way I can is imperative. https://copd.net/?p=9206

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"The first time most people hear the term “end-stage” it sends them into a panic because they think it means they are at death’s door. Nothing could be further from the truth! I have had end-stage COPD for 17 years!” https://copd.net/?p=1667
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