5 Tips for Traveling With Pulmonary Fibrosis


Having pulmonary fibrosis has an impact on many aspects of life. A person may not be able to walk, climb stairs, or may just tire easily. However, one can still enjoy life and its simple pleasures, such as going on vacation.

Traveling requires a lot more planning with pulmonary fibrosis. Here are some tips that can help, according to Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis and Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland:

1. If you have low oxygen levels, flying might cause some discomfort. If this is the case, consult with your doctor. You may need further tests to find out if flying could pose a problem.

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