Newly Diagnosed with COPD?

Living with COPD

Living with COPD

Talk with your doctor about how you can breathe better, help slow the progression of your COPD, lower the chances of getting sick with breathing problems, and improve your ability to take part in your usual—or new—activities.

Talk with your doctor about how you can breathe better, help slow the progression of your COPD, lower the chances of getting sick with breathing problems, and improve your ability to take part in your usual—or new—activities.

After you have been diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), chances are, there will be changes in your everyday life. These changes may be small, or they may have a big impact.

Talk with your doctor about how you can breathe better, help slow the progression of your COPD, lower the chances of getting sick with breathing problems, and improve your ability to take part in your usual—or new—activities.

Thousands of individuals with COPD are active members of this community. By calling the C.O.P.D. Information Line at 1-866-316-COPD (2673), you and/or a caregiver can connect with the community, and talk to others who are living well with many of the same challenges you face.

While you’re here, look over these topics to learn tips on how to live better with your COPD.


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