7 COPD Warning Signs You’re Ignoring Right Now

You notice changes in your mucus

It’s important to know that when you’re producing lots of mucus it comes from your lungs, not your sinuses and this could be a major sign of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Dr. Make says. You probably know that your lungs need mucus for keeping your airways moist, but any noticeable change in your mucus could be a COPD sign.

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