Dyspnoea and the brain.
Chronic dyspnoea is a devastating symptom that debilitates millions of people worldwide. It causes a large burden on both patient and carer, and significant costs to society and health services. Treatment options are limited. Much effort has been directed at optimising lung function and improving exercise capacity, however, the brain mechanisms underlying dyspnoea perception have received less attention. In this review, we focus on cognitive and affective aspects of dyspnoea and discuss how n...Expand abstract
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