CHSS Advice Line
No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
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Our Hospital to Home services are here to help you recover well at home and give you the support you need to live life to the full.
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Get free, confidential advice and support from our Advice Line nurses. No question is too big or too small.
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Managing a chest condition can come with changes to your lifestyle and often uncertainty about your future. At Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, we’re committed to helping you navigate the roads ahead.
Our guides below will help you learn more about your condition and the support available to you, helping you to live life to the full with a chest condition.
From COPD to asthma, chest conditions can affect people of all ages and backgrounds. Read our guides on common chest conditions to find out more about your condition and how to manage it, whether you’re living with bronchiectasis, IPF, Long Covid or another chest condition.
Common Chest Conditions
After being diagnosed with a chest condition, you may be feeling worried about how to cope or unsure of how to make changes to your lifestyle to improve your health. We’re here to help. Read more about the support available to you, how to manage your condition well at home and how to make small changes to your daily routine.
Living With a Chest Condition
We want to help you get back to doing the things you love and living life to the full. It’s really important to look after yourself well when you have a chest condition. Visit our Living Well section to find out more about everything from mental wellbeing and physical activity to stopping smoking and healthy eating.
Looking after yourself
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