Risk factors include Tobacco smoke exposure: Long-term cigarette,i.e., more years of smoking and more packs of smoking puts one to greater risk of developing COPD. Pipe smokers, cigar or marijuana smokers are equally at risk as the people exposed to large amounts of passive smoking.
In developed countries, the main cause is smoking although many smokers with long smoking histories may develop reduced lung function or clinically apparent COPD. In developing countries, it develops by exposure to fumes from burning fuel for cooking and heating in poorly ventilated homes. Other irr
Signs and symptoms of COPD may include A chronic cough with or without sputum or mucus that may vary in color and composition, i.e., white, yellow, green, clear, thick watery, thin stringy etc., wheezing, frequent respiratory infections, lack of energy, shortness of breath, chest tightness, weight
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