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Listening, informing, & supporting
While there is no cure for bronchiectasis, there are lots of things that you can do to manage the condition and lead an active life.
One of the most important things is to learn is what symptoms are 'normal' for you. This helps you to recognise when you have a chest infection. By getting treatment quickly, you can often avoid having to go to hospital and prevent any further damage to your lungs.
You can reduce your risk of getting a chest infection by:
Other things you can do to help stay well include: