Patient Advisory Group
“I have managed to face my illness by being aware of the problem, with the prescribed medication and doing a proper and scheduled medical follow-up.”
“My advice to those who are in my situation is: make friends with your illness, without letting it win the game. You have to be optimistic, follow the advice of doctors and physiotherapists, take care of food and exercise with achievable goals. It will improve your health and your self-esteem. “
“I have learned that I can achieve my goals with perseverance, time and patience. My advice is to always follow the medical guidelines and exercise daily following the advice of a physiotherapist. Never self medicate !: with health you do not play. To breathe is to live “.
“The most serious is the lack of visibility of these pathologies. Therefore, I would advise all patients to disclose their situation, not to be ashamed. The world will be more livable for us when we have the visibility of any other group of patients. “
Health Care Professionals
“I know how relatives of respiratory patients feel: anguish, worry, guilt … People who suffer from these conditions or those who attend them, would tell them that they must learn to accept the limitations of the disease, but without losing the Hope to lead a normal life. “
“The HappyAir platform is an effective way to monitor the adherence to the treatment of your patients and their evolution.”