Chest factsheets & booklets
We provide the following health information booklets and factsheets on living with various chest illnesses. If you would like to use the 'read out loud' option for PDFs then you will need to save a copy onto your computer. You can then open the document using Adobe Reader and chose 'read out loud' option from the 'view' menu.
- Stop Smoking (PDF)
- Holiday Information (PDF)
- Travel and motor insurance (PDF)
- Air Travel (PDF)
- Coping With Tiredness (PDF)
- How To Make The Most Of A Visit To Your Doctor (PDF)
- Living With Stress And Anxiety (PDF)
- Healthy Eating (PDF)
- Just Move! (PDF)
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation FAQs (PDF)
- Understanding Your Oxygen Assessment (PDF)
- How To Manage Your Breathlessness (PDF)
- Understanding Your Home Oxygen Therapy (PDF)
- Coping With Low Mood / Depression (PDF)
- Losing Weight (PDF)
- Financial Support (PDF)
- 10 Common Questions About COPD (PDF)
How to order
You can use our online order form or the form at the bottom of this page.
- Booklets and Factsheets are available free of charge in Scotland. If you require more than 100 of either please contact the Health Information Department.
- Outwith Scotland a charge of £1 per booklet and 50p per factsheet will apply. Individual prices are shown for other items.
- Please allow 28 days for delivery.
- Large print and other needs may be available on request.
- Call the CHSS Health Information Team on 0131 225 6963
- Email us at: email@example.com
About our health information resources
- All our health information resources are based on the best available evidence.
- The content has undergone peer, patient and expert review.
- CHSS takes no responsibility for the consequences of error, loss or damage suffered by users of any information published on these pages and the downloaded literature.
- The information is presented in a clear, easy to understand format, together with comprehensive lists of useful contacts and services.
- The information does not replace the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional. If you have concerns or queries about any aspect of your health, please seek advice from a properly qualified health worker.