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Chronic Bronchitis, Nature Healing Method for Bronchitis

Chronic Bronchitis, Nature Healing Method for Bronchitis
by hunk78 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:55 am

Chronic Bronchitis - Nature Healing Method for Bronchitis

Acute cases of bronchitis, the patient should fast on orange juice and water till the acute symptoms subside. The procedure is to take the juice of an orange in a glass of warm water every two hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thereafter, the patient should adopt an all-fruit diet for two or three days.


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The powder of these three ingredients have antipyretic qualities and are effective in dealing with fever accompanied by bronchitis. They also tone up the metabolism of the It is not necessary that only the learned can write about Bronchitis. As long as one ahs a flair for writing, and an interest for gaining information on Bronchitis, anyone can write about it.

Water Having a Temperature of 100 O F

The patient should remain immersed in the bath for about 20 minutes. In case of chronic bronchitis, this bath may be taken twice a week. Hot towels Having been given the assignment of writing an interesting presentation on Bronchitis Patient, this is what we came up with. Just hope you find it interesting too!

Shalabhasana, padmasana and shavasana. Simple pranayamas like kapalbhatti, anuloma-viloma, ujjai and bhramari are also highly beneficial. To learn more about the energy principle in healing, please read: We have taken the privilege of proclaiming this article to be a very informative and interesting article on Chronic Bronchitis. We now give you the liberty to proclaim it too. :D.


Raw onion juice, the first thing in the morning will be highly beneficial in such cases. A simple hot poultice of linseed should be applied over the front and back of the chest. It will This article on Bronchitis Patient was written with the intention of making it very memorable to its reader. Only then is an article considered to have reached it's objective.

For drinks, unsweetened lemon water or cold or hot plain water may betaken. The patient should avoid meats, sugar, tea, coffee, condiments, pickles, refined and processed foods, soft-drinks, candies, ice-cream and products made from sugar and white flour. We take pride in saying that this article on Bronchitis is like a jewel of our articles. This article has been accepted by the general public as a most informative article on Bronchitis.

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Another effective remedy for bronchitis is a mixture of dried ginger powder, pepper and long pepper taken in equal quantities three times a day. It may be licked with honey or infused with Quality is better than quantity. It is of no use writing numerous pages of nonsense for the reader. Instead, it is better to write a short, and informative article on specific subjects like Chronic Bronchitis. People tend to enjoy it more.

One of the most effective remedy for bronchitis is the use of turmeric powder. A teaspoonful of this powder should be administered with a glass of milk two or three times daily. It acts best We have used clear and concise words in this article on Chronic Bronchitis to avoid any misunderstandings and confusions that can be caused due to difficult words.

Neatly and carefully and should be often renewed, so that it does not hamper respiration. Turpentine may be rubbed over the chest with fomentation for the same object. We have omitted irrelevant information from this composition on Chronic Bronchitis Patient as we though that unnecessary information may make the reader bored of reading the composition.

Wrung out and applied over the upper chest are also helpful. After applying three hot towels in turn for two or three minutes each, one should always finish off with a cold towel. A cold pack It is always better to use simple English when writing descriptive articles, like this one on Bronchitis. It is the layman who may read such articles, and if he can't understand it, what is the point of writing it? :idea:

What is this Condition?

Pneumonia is an acute lung inflammation in which the lungs fill with a fibrous material, impairing gas exchange. With poor gas exchange, the blood has too much carbon dioxide and too little oxygen. :roll:

Get yearly flu shots and Pneumovax (pneumococcal vaccine) if you have asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, chronic heart disease, or sickle cell disease. We were actually wondering how to get about to writing about Bronchitis Emphysema. However once we started writing, the words just seemed to flow continuously! ;)

How is It Treated?

Pneumonia is treated with antimicrobial drugs, which vary with the cause of the disease. Humidified oxygen therapy is given if the person has too little oxygen in the blood, and mechanical ventilation is used to treat respiratory failure. Other supportive measures include a high-calorie diet, adequate fluid intake, bed rest, and pain relievers to relieve chest pain. These supportive measures can increase the person's comfort, avoid complications, and speed recovery. To help remove secretions, the person may be taught to cough and perform deep-breathing exercises. It is with much interest that we got about to write on Bronchitis Emphysema. So we do hope that you too read this article with the same, if not more interest!

What Causes It?

Pneumonia can be caused by a virus, bacterium, fungus, protozoa, mycobacterium, mycoplasma, or rickettsia. Certain factors can predispose a person to bacterial and viral pneumonia-chronic illness and debilitation, cancer (especially lung cancer), abdominal or chest surgery, atelectasis (the collapse of air sacs in the lung), the flu, common colds or other viral respiratory infections, chronic respiratory disease (such a, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, bronchiectasis, or cystic fibrosis), smoking, malnutrition, alcoholism, sickle cell disease, tracheostomy, exposure to harmful gases, aspiration, and drugs that suppress the immune system.

On examination, the doctor may hear an abnormal breath sound called crackles and discover signs of pleural effusion, abnormal fluid buildup in the lungs. Effusion is responsible for fever, chest pain, shortness of breath, and a nonproductive cough. :D.

Complications of pneumonia include respiratory failure, pus accumulation in the lungs, and lung abscess. Some people develop a bacterial infection in the blood; if the infection spreads to other parts of the body, it can lead to inflammation of the brain and spinal cord membranes, inflammation of the heart's interior lining, and inflammation of the sac surrounding the heart. Do not judge a book by its cover; so don't just scan through this matter on Bronchitis. read it thoroughly to judge its value and importance.

People with normal lungs and adequate immune defenses usually recover fully. However, pneumonia is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. A rolling stone gathers no moss. So if I just go on writing, and you don't understand, then it is of no use of me writing about Bronchitis Emphysema! Whatever written should be understandable by the reader.

Classifying Pneumonia

Pneumonia can be classified by location or type, as well as cause . " Location: Bronchopneumonia involves the lungs and small airways of the respiratory tract. Lobular pneumonia involves part of a lobe of the lung. Lobar pneumonia involves an entire lobe .

Factors that predispose a person to aspiration pneumonia include old age, debilitation, nasogastric tube feedings, an impaired gag reflex, poor oral hygiene, and a decreased level of consciousness. :)

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Chronic Bronchitis



To prevent a recurrence of pneumonia, don't use antimicrobial drugs during minor viral infections, because this may lead to antibiotic-resistant bacteria in the upper airway. If you then develop pneumonia, you may need to take more toxic drugs to get rid of the orgamsms. It is rather interesting to note that people like reading about Asthma Chronic Bronchitis Emphysema if they are presented in an easy and clear way. The presentation of an article too is important for one to entice people to read it!

How is It Diagnosed?

The doctor suspects pneumonia if the person has typical symptoms and physical exam results, along with a chest X-ray showing pulmonary infiltrates (abnormal substances in the lungs), and sputum containing acute inflammatory cells. If the person has pleural effusions, the doctor withdraws some fluid from the chest to analyze for signs of infection. Occasionally, the doctor obtains a sample of respiratory airway secretions or inserts an instrument called a bronchoscope into the airway to obtain materials for smear and culture. The person's response to antibiotics also provides important dues to the presence of pneumonia.

Type: Primary pneumonia occurs when a person inhales or aspirates a disease-producing microorganism; it includes pneumococcal and viral pneumonia. Secondary pneumonia may occur in someone who's suffered lung damage from a noxious chemical or other insult, or it may be caused by the blood-borne spread of bacteria from a distant site. It is always better to have compositions with as little corrections in it as possible. This is why we have written this composition on Chronic Bronchitis with no corrections for the reader to be more interested in reading it.

Many of us have visited a sauna probably at a public facility of some type. You may have enjoyed one at a motel you stayed at, but not really realized the benefits you were receiving at the time. Steam saunas can be very good for your body. Originally, saunas came from Finland and because they were such a sterile environment, many women delivered their babies in a sauna room. The word sauna is referred to as a sweathouse or steam bath and in the Finnish background, this was a family affair. Everyone participated in this rejuvenating relaxing event. We will learn some of the benefits and importance of steam saunas in this article and you will be surprised at the outcome.

Sauna works by creating heat of some type upon rocks that are placed in the sauna. This normal type of heat would be known as dry, but if you add water to the heated rocks, you will create steam saunas. Steam saunas will still make you sweat which is one way for the body to release waste toxins that build up in the body, but the steam will also open up airways. Sweating alone will increase circulation and cause the blood vessels to open more, allowing more blood to flow throughout your body which can promote healing. With the added effect steam saunas create, you will not only increase circulation, but open up your sinuses and airways as well. Isn't it wonderful that we can now access information about anything, including Bronchitis form the Internet without the hassle of going through books and magazines for matter!

You suffer from bronchitis or have tonsil or throat problems, then more than likely steam saunas can help you. The steam that is created in the steam saunas, opens up the throat and airways that can become inflamed and closed off due to bronchitis or other type of virus infections. The steam will also open up pores found in the skin, and promote a further cleansing of the skin. You must remember that when you are in steam saunas, you shouldn't stay inside for long periods of time. The high temperatures in steam saunas can cause your heart rate to increase.


Addition to the usual medication, the treatment plan can also include herbal medicines. Herbs such as eucalyptus can be inhaled while a tea can be brewed from herbs such as mullein or verbascum thapsus, anise seed or Pimpinella anisum, and coltsfoot or Tussilago farfara.

Inhalation of certain irritants may lie at the root of chronic bronchitis. Some examples of irritants are cigarette smoke or air pollution or a mixture of both. The disease progresses slowly, and the most common groups diagnosed with chronic bronchitis comprise the elderly and the middle-aged.

Case of bacterial infection, an antibiotic should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. A person who neglects to take antibiotics is in danger of suffering a relapse. In addition, the bacteria could produce a variant that is immune to medication. Antibiotic medicines include clarithromycin, azithromycin, trimethoprim or sulfamethazole, and so on. Children below the age of eight are given amoxocillin instead of tetracyclin. Tetracyclin is suspected to cause discoloration of new teeth in young children. It is not necessary that only the learned can write about Bronchitis. As long as one ahs a flair for writing, and an interest for gaining information on Bronchitis, anyone can write about it.

Medicines for Chronic Bronchitis

Medicines for chronic bronchitis are different from those prescribed for acute bronchitis because it is a more complicated condition. Physicians carefully examine patients for other medical conditions before designing a treatment plan to control and manage the disease. Treatment also includes massive changes in lifestyle such as giving up smoking for good and moving to cleaner, non-polluted areas. Regular exercise also helps the patient deal with chronic bronchitis in a more effective manner. Having been given the assignment of writing an interesting presentation on Acute Bronchitis, this is what we came up with. Just hope you find it interesting too! :oops:

Number of medicines for bronchitis are available. Don't take any of them on your own. Consult your physician, who is the best person to help you design a good treatment plan. We have taken the privilege of proclaiming this article to be a very informative and interesting article on Acute Bronchitis Chronic Bronchitis. We now give you the liberty to proclaim it too.

The anti-inflammatory drugs that are commonly prescribed for chronic bronchitis are ipratropium, which reduces the production of mucus and coriticosteroids such as prednisone that can be received either intravenously or orally. Bronchodilators such as metaproterenol and albuterol help loosen the bronchial muscles and this, in turn, increases the flow of air in the air passages. Bronchodilators can be either inhaled through a nebulizer, which is a medical device used to transport medication to the respiratory tract, or taken orally. :evil:

Medicines for Acute Bronchitis

First and foremost, the medicines for acute bronchitis aim to get rid of the symptoms of the disease. People diagnosed with acute bronchitis need to drink plenty of water and fruit juices, stop smoking for good, take plenty of rest, relax as much as possible, and use humidifiers in their houses. The doctor prescribes medicines such as acetaminophen if the disease is accompanied by mild fever and pain. Sometimes, aspirin is also taken. However, pregnant women and children should not take aspirin because it is suspected to cause heavy bleeding in pregnant women and Reye's syndrome in children.

Acute Bronchitis

Acute bronchitis is common during the winter and does not last for a long time. A viral or a bacterial infection or both usually follows this condition. This disorder does not require any special treatment. It clears within a couple of weeks; however, the cough may persist for a longer time. There is a danger of acute bronchitis leading to pneumonia.

Chronic Bronchitis

Chronic bronchitis is characterized by inflammation of the respiratory tract. A common symptom is a persistent, productive cough that is accompanied by lots of phlegm. Unlike acute bronchitis, chronic bronchitis is a long-term disorder, and its symptoms are visible for three months to two years. This article on Bronchitis Acute Bronchitis was written with the intention of making it very memorable to its reader. Only then is an article considered to have reached it's objective.

Elderly people, young children, and babies are the common victims of acute bronchitis. The immune systems of infants and young children are still in the growing phase, and this makes them susceptible to the disease while the immune systems of old people are weakened with age. Smokers and people who already have a lung or heart ailment stand the risk of contracting actue bronchitis. People living in polluted areas also commonly suffer from acute bronchitis. We take pride in saying that this article on Chronic Bronchitis is like a jewel of our articles. This article has been accepted by the general public as a most informative article on Chronic Bronchitis.

Re: Chronic Bronchitis, Nature Healing Method for Bronchitis
by hunk78 » Sat Sep 24, 2016 10:57 am

Bronchitis Breathing - Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis and Chronic Bronchitis

Respiratory illnesses have significant effects on the lives of millions of people. When there is a respiratory illness where in the bronchial tubes of the lungs are irritated and swollen accompanied with pain it can be identified as bronchitis. It can be acute, when it is a short term illness and easily treatable. On the other hand, chronic bronchitis is difficult to treat and may cause damage to the respiratory tract.

Back and Muscle Pain

Soreness of bones in the back and muscle. Wheezing - a sound that can be heard when a person with acute bronchitis is breathing. It may occur because of the inflammation of the airways. This may leave you short of breath. Opportunity knocks once. So when we got the opportunity to write on Bronchitis Breathing, we did not let the opportunity slip from our hands, and got down to writing on Bronchitis Breathing.

Malaise - feeling of discomfort when there is acute bronchitis. Back and muscle pain - soreness of bones in the back and muscle. Chronic bronchitis is another type of bronchitis, where the airways in lungs have too much phlegm causing violent coughing. Chronic bronchitis is not necessarily caused by infection and is generally part of a syndrome called chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; it is defined clinically as a persistent cough that produces sputum (phlegm) and mucus, for at least three months in two consecutive years. Coordinating matter regarding to Bronchitis Acute took a lot of time. However, with the progress of time, we not only gathered more matter, we also learnt more about Bronchitis Acute.


An ordinary cold and cough should not be taken for granted; treating it the right way to prevent it from developing into a more serious condition like bronchitis is important.


Symptoms of bronchitis may resemble symptoms of other respiratory problems which is why it is important to consult your doctor to differentiate it from other conditions and to determine if the bronchitis is acute or chronic. The doctor will assess and conduct physical examinations to evaluate the condition. Furthermore, the doctors may recommend laboratory tests to be able to distinguish the condition.

Sore Throat

Throat pain and itch. Repeated headache - a condition where the pain is commonly felt in the head, neck and back. Slight fever - in acute bronchitis there is an abnormal elevation of bodily temperature. This article will help you since it is a comprehensive study on Chronic Bronchitis :oops:


There are two types of bronchitis infections: acute and chronic. Followed by viruses, acute infections usually bother the nasal passages, sinuses, and throat and then going to the larger tubes. Sometimes bacteria cause the infection. Even if you are a stranger in the world of Bronchitis, once you are through with this article, you will no longer have to consider yourself to be a stranger in it! :)

What are the Symptoms?

For children, preventive measures need to be taught earlier. Kids need to know to cover their mouths when they sneeze or cough. They also need to continuously wash their hands. Kids also need a flu vaccine to help them fight any type of breathing problems. If the parents or grandparents can stop smoking, this would be beneficial for the children too.

Chronic bronchitis is produced by an overabundance of mucus that causes a productive cough. Until the infection is cleared, it progresses into a constant inflammation that can hinder the stream of air. It can also cause serious damage of the tract. Bronchitis is the substance of this composition. Without Bronchitis, there would not have been much to write and think about over here!

Rales (these are abnormal sounds that are found in the lungs by the doctor.) There are several tests that can be used to diagnose children's respiratory problems. They include: x-rays, pulse oxymetry, pulmonary lung functions, arterial blood gas and sputum. In addition to what we had mentioned in the previous paragraph, much more has to be said about Chronic Bronchitis. If space permits, we will state everything about it. :idea:

Antibiotics will only be prescribed for bacteria related bronchitis. Like adults, children need to take the medicine as directed to avoid recurrences. Children under age 8 will be given Amoxicillin instead of other types of medicines. We wish to stress on the importance and the necessity of Chronic Bronchitis through this article. This is because we see the need of propagating its necessity and importance! :oops:

When it seems there is no infections, doctors will treat the child for a common cold. This means staying in bed, drink lots of fluid. Using a humidifier can help the child get over the cold much quicker. If the child experiences dry cough, it would be necessary to use a cough suppressant for their own comfort. Aspirin is a no-no for children because of the danger of Reye's syndrome. Tylenol or Motrin should be the only two medicines parents should use. This is a systematic presentation on the uses and history of Bronchitis Treatment. Use it to understand more about Bronchitis Treatment and it's functioning.

Both types of infections have similar symptoms: * Tires easily * Wheezing * Difficulty breathing worsened by physical exertion * Mucus filled cough (if there is any blood in the mucus, then consult in the child's physician.

As for chronic problems, treatment depends on how far into the disease you are. Children need a healthy environment and supervised exercise. Some medications can be used to relieve the stress on the bronchial tubes thus allowing air to flow through. Get more familiar with Chronic Bronchitis once you finish reading this article. Only then will you realize the importance of Chronic Bronchitis in your day to day life.

COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) bronchitis: the respiratory problem that can cause long time issues for the patient in doing physical activity and normal breathing. Once you are through reading what is written here on Chronic Bronchitis, have you considered recollecting what has been written and writing them down? This way, you are bound to have a better understanding on Chronic Bronchitis.

Bronchitis is an Inflammation of the Bronchi

Bronchitis usually caused by infection but sometimes caused by irritation from a gas or particle. It occurs when your trachea (windpipe) and the large and small bronchi (airways) in your lungs become inflamed. There are two main types of bronchitis: acute and chronic. Acute bronchitis, usually caused by viruses or bacteria and may last several days or weeks. Acute bronchitis is characterized by cough and sputum (phlegm) production and symptoms related to the obstruction of the airways by the inflamed airways and the phlegm, such as shortness of breath and wheezing.

Bronchitis and Prevention Tips

1. Do not smoke. 2. Minimize exposure to air pollutants. 3. Use a humidifier or steam in the bathroom. Revision is very important when writing or speaking about a topic. We had a lot of drafting to do to come to this final product on Acute Bronchitis.

Older adults, infants and young children also have greater vulnerability to infection. Stomach acids that persistently back up into your esophagus may cause a chronic cough. To treat acute bronchitis that appears to be caused by a bacterial infection, or as a precaution, antibiotics may be given. Take aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol) if you have a fever. One of the best ways to keep from getting bronchitis is to wash your hands often to get rid of any viruses. Avoid exposure to paint or exhaust fumes, dust, and people with colds. Get help to quit smoking.Use a humidifier or steam in the bathroom.

Drinking Fluids is Very Useful for Fever

Take aspirin or acetaminophen (Tylenol) if you have a fever. Meta-analysis antibiotics may reduce symptoms by one-half day After reading what was written here, don't you get the impression that you had actually heard about these points sometime back. Think back and think deeply about Bronchitis Symptoms.

Pneumonia can have symptoms like acute bronchitis. Symptoms of pneumonia can include a high fever, shaking chills, and shortness of breath. Bronchitis caused by Adenoviridae may cause systemic and gastroentestinal symptoms. Chronic bronchitis is a long-term condition. Chronic bronchitis "is characterized by hypersecretion of mucus accompanied by a chronic productive cough. People have a cough that produces excessive mucus. Chronic bronchitis keeps coming back and can last a long time, especially in people who smoke. Low resistance may result from another acute illness, such as a cold. ;)

  • To know whether bronchitis is contagious or not, you need to know something about the types, causes, and symptoms of the disorder.
  • What is Chronic Bronchitis?



Chronic bronchitis, there is inflammation of the mucosal membranes of the bronchial tubes due to infection, a condition that leads to an excess in the production of mucus. This extra mucus disrupts the normal breathing processes by blocking the air passages and preventing the entry of sufficient quantity of air into the lungs. Bronchitis Not Contagious are versatile as they are found in all parts and walks of life. It all depends on the way you take it :D.

Symptoms of Chronic Bronchitis

The symptoms of chronic bronchitis includes difficulty in breathing, breathlessness, wheezing, pain in the chest, productive cough, and discomfort. The typical chronic bronchitis cough, intense and persistent, is also known as "smoker's cough." These symptoms are persistent and intensify as the disease progresses. During the initial stages of bronchitis, patients notice its symptoms either in the evening or in the morning. :oops:


People suffering from chronic bronchitis are more susceptible to all sorts of infection and do not respond easily to medication. The condition does not respond to antibiotics as well as acute bronchitis does. This is because the excess mucus produced by the bronchial tubes is an excellent ground for the rapid multiplication of bacteria and other infection-causing organisms. Bronchitis Not Contagious play a prominent part in this composition. It is with this prominence that we hope people get to know more about Bronchitis Not Contagious. :oops:


Factors such as industrial pollution are also responsible for chronic bronchitis. Most patients of chronic bronchitis are coal miners, metal molders, and grain handler. Many of them work in the midst of dust. Atmospheres high in sulfur dioxide can also aggravate the symptoms of chronic bronchitis.

Causes of Bronchitis

Smoking is not the only major cause of chronic bronchitis although the ailment is commonly seen among regular smokers. Smoking in itself does not cause the disease; but it facilitates the multiplication of bacteria and thereby slows the healing process in the respiratory tissues. Continuous exposure to pollutants such as hazardous chemicals, smoke, or dust is responsible for chronic bronchitis. :idea:

How Contagious is Bronchitis?

Certain types of bronchitis such as asthmatic bronchitis is not contagious because virus or bacteria have no role to play here. This condition is contagious only when bacteria or virus are transferred from person to person by direct or indirect contact. When an infected person coughs or sneezes, fluid from his or her nose or mouth can spread to others around him or her.

Bronchitis can also spread when common vessels and drinking glasses are shared or when handkerchiefs or tissues used by an infected person are touched.

Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis in Kids

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Difficulties of Treating Chronic Bronchitis

Medical science has still not found appropriate medicines to cure this condition. It focuses on relieving the symptoms of this condition in order to prevent it from proceeding to more complicated stages. The disease can last for three months a year for two consecutive years, and there can always be a relapse. ;)

The Person Has Been Suffering from the Condition

For more than ten days, there is no danger of the condition being contagious; this is the aftermath of bronchitis. There are many varieties of Bronchitis Acute found today. However, we have stuck to the description of only one variety to prevent confusion!