Is there really no therapy that can improve lung function in COPD sufferers in the long term?
Are more and more drugs and oxygen the only option for COPD therapy? Can the already limited performance of COPD patients really not be improved?
Looking at COPD from new angles leads to innovative therapy methods and therapy results: This COPD Compendium presents facts on cause and effect that are simple, understandable and comprehensible. Improving lung function is possible!
In this compendium, COPD sufferers learn which conditions must be created so that repair and regeneration processes can take place in the area of the lung cells.
An important finding in COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is: The classic COPD drugs have a stimulating effect on 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 nervous system, which is responsible for repair processes, regeneration and energy build-up. This makes the body’s own repair mechanisms almost impossible!