COPD fatigue

April 7, 2022
COPD patients have difficulty getting oxygen into their lungs and releasing carbon dioxide. Both a lack of oxygen and a buildup of carbon dioxide can make a person feel fatigued and depleted of energy. COPD lung disease causes the air sacs to lose their tone and become floppy due to damage to the airways. People with obstructive airway disease frequently experience weariness. COPD limits the amount of air that gets into your lungs, making breathing unpleasant and laborious. It also reduces the amount of oxygen delivered to your entire body. Your body will become fatigued and exhausted if it does not receive adequate oxygen.Cleanse your body and mind with Salt Therapy for COPD at Saltworld.