A New Year's Resolution can be a powerful aide to helping you live well with COPD. Here are some we think would be perfect for you to choose from.
1. Learn about your disease. Both COPD and Asthma are complex diseases that researchers are learning more and more about every day. It's a good idea purchase a book so you can become a pseudo expert on your disease. Or, at the very least, continue to hang out at sites like this, as we do our best to keep you updated with the latest wisdom. This is also important because there are a lot of new respiratory medicines in the pipeline, and you'll want to be aware of them when they come out. Who knows, the next discovery might lead to a cure for our disease.
2. Walk more frequently. I recently wrote a post about titled, "9 Ways Exercise Improves Asthma Control." You should go ahead and read that article (and then come back here), because the same is true for COPD. The more you exercise, the stronger your heart and lungs become, and the more