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As well as the medical treatment of COPD there are lots of things you can do to manage your COPD and live an active life.
"With self management I have a better understanding of my condition and am now able to cope with it in a more positive way"
One of the most important things is to learn about what symptoms are ‘normal’ for you and how to recognise if things are getting worse.
Don’t ignore the warning signs - If you think you are having a flare-up, get help!
Prompt treatment can stop you becoming very unwell and needing hospital treatment.