SOURCE: Do More With Oxygen
CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - Jan 16, 2013) - Understanding Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and its symptoms can be confusing for those recently diagnosed with the disease and their loved ones. That's why the online community Do More With Oxygen created "COPD 101," a free comprehensive guide to understanding the ins and outs of COPD.
To download a free copy of "COPD 101," visit www.domorewithoxygen.com/copd-101.
Do More With Oxygen (www.DoMoreWithOxygen.com) provides those who have been diagnosed with COPD and their caregivers with educational and practical information for living with respiratory ailments. The site helps visitors understand the benefits of portable oxygen solutions and how they can provide those with COPD the mobility and independence they need to get moving more often -- resulting in healthier, more independent lifestyles.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease is an umbrella term that covers lung diseases with one thing in common -- breathing problems that get worse over time. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis both fall under the COPD umbrella.
"COPD 101" details the basics of the disease, addresses common misconceptions about COPD -- including the idea that breathing problems are a normal part of aging -- and discusses treatment options for both emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The guide is intended as an informative piece only and should not be used in place of a physician's advice.
In the download, you'll discover:
- Common COPD Symptoms
- Causes of Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis
- How To Reduce Your Risk of COPD
- Steps To Live a Happy and Healthy Life with COPD
About Do More With Oxygen
DoMoreWithOxygen.com is an online community that offers educational and problem-solving information for people diagnosed with respiratory ailments like Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and those who care for them. Topics covered include portable oxygen solutions, exercising with oxygen, health and nutrition tips, guidelines for traveling with oxygen, oxygen safety and many more. To learn more, visit www.DoMoreWithOxygen.com.