The theory behind this is if smoking was a major contributor to the disease, then quitting should be a major player in the treatment and care. Smoking is a harmful habit on health and it affects the lungs, bones, and heart tissues the most. The lungs are the most at risk for disease than any other organs and when COPD sets in, consider stopping immediately. Millions of adults attempt to quit every single year and while it can be a challenge, your doctor can help guide your through effective ways to stop the habit so that you can naturally manage your symptoms.
6. Physical Activity
There is an abundance of evidence to suggest that exercise and plentiful exercise is beneficial and important for a healthy lifestyle. Once disease affects the body, physical activity becomes even more important, as this is a natural and holistic way to circulate the blood, feed the cells in the body valuable nutrients, and to help relieve stress and inflammation. Individuals with COPD can benefit from increased physical activity, whether it be an at home program or through pulmonary rehabilitation. It is recommended that every adult get at least 30 minutes of physical activity every day for health and avoid sitting for long periods of time. If you are new to exercise or need assistance getting started, you should consult with a doctor or physical therapist for more help.