How to Continue Working With COPD
Russell Winwood
Russell Winwood
January 15, 2019
There are many things to consider when deciding whether you will keep working with COPD. If you decide you want to continue, consider making these changes.

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Anemia and COPD

What Are the Risks of Anemia and COPD?

Anemia and COPD are linked due to several causes. Lets take a look at why people with COPD are often anemic and what you can do to prevent complications.
by Patricia Bratianu on April 2, 2015
COPD and Anger

COPD and Anger

COPD and anger often go hand in hand, and how you deal with this anger and frustration can have a bearing on how your COPD journey will go.
by Russell Winwood on March 11, 2015
COPD and Dementia

COPD and Dementia: What Is the Link?

Research shows there is a connection between COPD and dementia, with COPD patients significantly more likely to develop cognitive impairments.
by Brenda Vanta on February 18, 2015
COPD and Weather

The Connection Between COPD and Weather

When seasons change or a front moves in, COPD patients are often the first to notice. Learn about the COPD and weather connection, and how to manage it.
by Angela Finlay on February 10, 2015
COPD and Incontinence

Are COPD and Incontinence Connected?

Could your COPD and incontinence be related? Nurse Patricia Bratianu discusses why the two conditions may be linked, and ways to improve incontinence.
by Patricia Bratianu on February 3, 2015
COPD and Lung Cancer

COPD and Lung Cancer Risk

Is there a link between COPD and lung cancer? Scientists studied whether COPD is an independent risk factor for lung cancer, regardless of smoking habits.
by Brenda Vanta on February 3, 2015
COPD and Depression

The Link Between COPD and Depression

COPD and depression often coexist, with the stress of a diagnosis often acting as a trigger. Fight back against COPD-related depression with these tips.
by Eric Patterson and Yvonne Banks on January 22, 2015
COPD and Sleep Apnea

How to Deal With COPD and Sleep Apnea

COPD and sleep apnea commonly occur together. Learn about the symptoms and treatments for sleep apnea, so you can get a more restful sleep.
by Yvonne Banks on December 17, 2014
COPD and Posture

Posture and Breathing

COPD and Posture: Did you know that poor posture can make it more difficult for you to breathe? Sitting up straight may help with your shortness of breath.
by Amy Manley on December 4, 2014
Acute Respiratory Failure

Acute Respiratory Failure

Reducing the amount of oxygen in both lungs and the blood while increasing the amount of carbon dioxide in your system limits your breathing capacity.
by Ms. LaWana on January 24, 2014