COPD exacerbation

April 5, 2022
When the symptoms of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) worsen or "flare up," it's called an exacerbation. The most common cause of an exacerbation is a lung infection, while in some cases the cause is unknown. Tiredness or exhaustion, more shortness of breath than usual, more coughing, more wheezing than usual, feeling ill, feeling like you have a cold, mucous change, swelling legs or ankles, difficulties sleeping, and other symptoms are all signs of a COPD flare up or exacerbation.

COPD exacerbation should be understood such that coughing, wheezing, or shortness of breath that is more severe than normal.
Mucus changes in colour, thickness, or quantity.
For more than one day, you've been exhausted.
Legs or ankles that are swollen.
I'm having more difficulty sleeping than normal.
If you are on oxygen, you may feel the desire to increase your oxygen intake.Remain in a good physical state with Salt Therapy for COPD at SaltWorld.