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The American Lung Association’s COPD Fact Sheet is an excellent resource for everything related to COPD, and should be a reference for people who currently have COPD, could potentially be at risk, or who know someone who could potentially be at risk. Here are symptoms, facts, and treatments that are must-know:
The most common symptoms you should look for are:
Although these symptoms are the most common, it is not guaranteed that every patient will have every one of them. So if you are experiencing any problems you should see your pulmonary doctor to make an accurate diagnosis.
COPD is a progressive disease, meaning it will eventually get worse, but if the right precautions are taken a patient can actually slow down the decline of lung function. There are several treatments for COPD that will help in your everyday life:
COPD is manageable but has no cure at this time, so it is important to talk with your Pulmonary Doctor to get the correct treatment. To get more information and facts on this lung disease please visit: http://www.lung.org/lung-disease/copd/resources/facts-figures/COPD-Fact-Sheet.html.