COPD mucus

April 9, 2022
Mucus production is higher in some COPD patients. This is owing to the fact that people with COPD have more goblet cells than people who do not. They may also have enlarging mucus glands in their airways. A chronic cough is the result of this overproduction. Living with COPD can cause your lungs to generate too much mucus, causing you to cough a lot. Some coughs are more successful than others at removing mucus from the lungs. Airways collapse and spasm as a result of explosive or uncontrolled COPD cough, trapping mucus.Protect your respiratory health with Salt Therapy for COPD at Saltworld.