Is there really no therapy that can provide lasting improvement to lung function in COPD patients?
COPD Compendium insight: are more and more drugs and oxygen the only option for COPD therapy? Is there no way to enhance the fitness and capacity of COPD patients?
Approaching COPD from new angles has led to innovative therapy methods and therapy results. This COPD Compendium makes the facts surrounding cause and effect understandable and accessible. Yes, it is possible to improve lung function!
In this compendium, COPD sufferers learn what they need to do to allow repair and regeneration processes to take place in the lung cells.
One important insight concerning COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is this: Traditional COPD drugs stimulate the sympathetic nervous system and thus create even more stress in the body. At the same time, these drugs (beta-sympathomimetics, anticholinergics, cortisone) inhibit the parasympathetic, which is responsible for repair processes, regeneration and energy production. This makes it almost impossible for the body’s own repair mechanisms to work!