People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a chronic inflammatory lung disease that results in obstructed airflow from the lungs, are more likely to develop heart disease, lung cancer, and a host of other conditions. Symptoms of COPD include breathing difficulties, coughing up mucus (sputum), wheezing, and mucus production.

The two most prevalent conditions that cause COPD are emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from the lungs’ air sacs (alveoli).

Emphysema is a condition where the alveoli at the end of the lungs’ tiniest air passages, or bronchioles, are destroyed due to harmful exposure to cigarette smoke and other irritating gases and particulate matter.

The majority of COPD sufferers can achieve good symptom control, a high quality of life, and a lower risk of developing other associated conditions with proper management.

In developed nations, smoking is the primary cause of COPD, whereas in developing nations, the disease is frequently brought on by exposure to the fumes produced when fuel is burned for cooking and heating in inadequately ventilated homes.

Although many smokers with long smoking histories may develop reduced lung function, only about 20 to 30 percent of chronic smokers may develop clinically apparent COPD, and some smokers may develop less common lung conditions that are initially misdiagnosed as COPD before a more thorough evaluation is carried out.

SymptomsFor chronic bronchitis, the primary symptom is a daily cough and mucus (sputum) production for at least three months a year for two consecutive years. For COPD, the symptoms frequently don’t show up until significant lung damage has occurred, and they typically get worse over time, especially if smoking exposure continues.

Other COPD symptoms and signs may include:

Breathing problems, especially when exercising

· Wheezing

· Chest tightness

Because of too much mucus in your lungs, you must first thing in the morning clear your throat.

A persistent cough that can occasionally produce sputum that is clear, white, yellow, or greenish.

Cyanosis, a condition in which the lips or nail beds are blue

· Frequent respiratory infections

  • Lack of energy
  • (Later) Unintentional weight loss
  • Leg, foot, or ankle swelling

Exacerbations, also known as symptom worsening episodes, are common in COPD sufferers and last for at least a few days. These episodes are referred to as exacerbations and are marked by prolonged worsening of the symptoms.


Effective and side-effect-free management of COPD is possible with carefully chosen homoeopathic treatments.

By stimulating the respiratory centers, Aspidosperma, one of the best treatments for COPD, removes temporary obstructions to the oxidation of blood. Lack of breath when exerting oneself is another guiding symptom.

ANTIMONIUM TART 30The best treatment for COPD is antimonium tart, which helps with rapid, short-breathing and difficult breathing in older people with emphysema who also cough and gasp frequently.

BRYONIA ALBA 30-Another great remedy is bryonia alba, which is recommended when the patient frequently feels the need to take deep breaths and expand their lungs, when they have a dry, barking cough that is worse at night, when they breathe quickly and laboriously, and when they experience chest pain.

COCA 30– Coca is recommended for COPD patients who have dyspnea, hoarseness, or loss of voice, as well as lack of breath or shortness of breath. Coca is particularly helpful for alcoholics and aging athletes.

**NAPHTHALINE 30-**Naphthaline is used to treat emphysema in elderly people with asthma who also have dyspnea and sighing respiration.

SENEGA 30Senega is another potent treatment for increased breathing, excessive dyspnea, and sharp, contracting chest pains. Persistent cough is another symptom.

LOBELIA QAsthma preceded by prickling all over, hyperventilation, panting, feeling like you’re going to suffocate, fear of dying, tightness in the chest, and worsening with movement are all symptoms of COPD for which lobelia is prescribed.

The symptoms of COPD with emphysema include excessive dyspnea, a cough that secretes a lot of mucus, and a condition that resembles asthma. **ANTIMONIUM ARS 30-**Antimonium ars is a great treatment for COPD with emphysema.

CHININIUM ARS 30– Where asthma-like attacks occur on a recurring basis, chininium ars is prescribed.

STRYCHNINUM 30– Sharp chest muscle contraction pains, increased breathing, excessive dyspnea, and a persistent cough

CURARE 6Shortness of breath, a dry cough that doesn’t last long, and very distressing dyspnea are other symptoms of the drug Curare, which is prescribed when there is a threat that breathing will stop as you fall asleep.

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