10. Loss of Appetite.
Your organs in your body play a symbiotic role in which one organ helps the functioning of another organ and so on. So when one organ is not properly functioning, this could cause issues in another organ. For example, it is common for the stomach to be affected by the lungs, especially in the case of COPD. When the lungs have a reduced oxygen capacity, it could cause your stomach and diaphragm to have increased pressure, which could cause discomfort. Consider talking with your doctor if your appetite continues to be non-existent and be sure to report when and how often you feel the urge to eat.