Living with a lung condition
Life with a lung condition
Hot weather can affect people living with a lung condition. Here's how to plan ahead to stay well and keep cool.
Cold weather can worsen the symptoms of your lung condition and increase your risk of becoming unwell. Find out how to look after your lungs in cold weather.
Watch our short video guides about using your inhaler correctly. The right technique will ensure you’re getting the right dose, so you can better manage your symptoms.
Find out about the types of air pollution you might find in your home and how you can prevent them from worsening your lung condition.
If you have a lung condition, the best thing you can do for your lungs is to quit smoking. Find out about the different ways you can quit smoking.
We explain why mental health can be affected when you have a lung condition, the different mental health issues you might face and ways you can manage or treat them.
This information is for people with a long-term lung condition who are coming to the end of their life. It’s also for those who are close to them, including carers, family, and friends.
Everything you need to know when planning your holiday if you have a lung condition
Find out why eating well and staying a healthy weight is important if you live with a lung condition.
Find out about welfare benefits and other types of financial support for people living with a lung condition in the UK.
Find out how staying active can help you manage your lung condition. We also have information on how you can safely move more and tips on how to stay motivated.
Find out how singing and playing musical instruments can help your lungs when you have a lung condition.
Find out the support available if you're caring for someone with a lung condition
Find out how to stay safe and healthy during Ramadan if you're living with a lung condition
Find out how to get the support you need to make work life with a lung condition easier
We know from calls to our helpline that it can be hard to get a GP appointment sometimes. Here’s some advice for getting in touch with your GP.
The smoke and chemicals from fireworks and bonfires could affect your lung condition. Find out how to look after your lungs around fireworks.