Smoking does not lead to women, but men do COPD disease, know what is the disease and its symptoms
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* COPD is a chronic inflammatory lung disease
* Which inhibits the flow of air from the lungs
* Symptoms have difficulty in breathing, cough etc.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic inflammatory lung disease, which inhibits the flow of air from the lungs. Symptoms include difficulty in breathing, production of cough, sputum, and wheezing. This is due to prolonged exposure to gases or particles, which are mostly cigarette smoke. People with COPD have the risk of developing pneumonia, heart disease, lung cancer, and many other conditions. Amphicemia and chronic bronchitis are two types of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and both are usually due to smoking. Due to toxic substances in the smoke, lung tissues are damaged and lose their ability to transfer oxygen from blood to the bloodstream.
Symptoms of COPD:-
COPD symptoms do not often appear until there is complete lung damage. Although they usually get spoiled over time, especially if smoking continues. The main symptoms of chronic bronchitis include the production of a daily cough and mucus, it occurs for two consecutive years or at least three months.
Other symptoms and symptoms of COPD may include:-
* Shortness of breath, especially during physical activity
* Excess mucus in your lungs
* An old cough that can produce sputum, which can be clear, white, yellow or green.
* Lip or nail polish (cyanosis)
Repeated respiratory infection
* Lack of power
* Weight loss (in later stages)
* Ankle, foot or swelling in the feet
COPD often occurs in people who are exposed to smoke from fuels that are fueled for cooking and heating in poorly ventilated homes. Only 20 to 30 percent of people who have been smoking for a long time can clearly develop COPD. However, smoking in people with a long history of smoking causes obstruction of lung function.
Which people may have COPD disease:-
* Those who are exposed to smokers may have this problem.
* People who are suffering from asthma and smoke.
* People who live near chemical and smoke-related factories.
* People living in the furnace, chimney or smoke-burning things.
* This disease can be seen more at the age of 40 years. Men are more likely to have it in men than women.