Talk about what?
What is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)?
We have some information to help you.
I’ve been trying to get a hold of you for a while, so I’m glad you’re here. Did you know COPD flare-ups (also called exacerbations) may be a big deal?
If you have COPD, those days when you just don't feel right might not just be a cold. Like experiencing a cough, fatigue, or increased shortness of breath for more than a day. They may be signaling something more serious, like a COPD flare-up, so we need to do something about it.
Did you know COPD flare-ups may be serious business?
Yes, all the shortness of breath and coughing attacks could be hinting that something like a COPD flare-up is coming, so it’s important you Listen to Your Lungs. Take this quiz to hear more about what they’re saying.
FIND OUT HOW COPD FLARE-UPS COULD IMPACT YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE.
Stories like yours
I started listening when…
Sometimes it comes after a dramatic event. Sometimes it's as simple as missing a family party or delaying plans with friends. Regardless of the situation that made you start listening to your lungs, the important thing is that you started. Talking to your doctor and sharing your story with the community could help others know they’re not alone on this COPD journey, and it’s never too late to start listening.
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