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Asthma Bronchitis Allergies
by Mark » Mon Sep 26, 2016 2:34 am

Asthma Bronchitis Allergies

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Re: Asthma Bronchitis Allergies
by Mark » Mon Sep 26, 2016 11:19 am

Bronchitis - 6 Ways to Cure Bronchitis

It's bad enough to suffer from cough but why phlegm also?

The combination of cough and phlegm is called bronchitis, which is an inflammation of the airways leading to lungs.

The cause for the Bronchitis is usually an infection made by allergies or chemical irritations, such as pollution and cigarettes.


You want to get rid of the bronchitis and breathe normally you need to take care of yourself: Drink a lot of water, rest in bed, and use inhalator when needed.

While you are doing so you can make some home remedies at home to have an instant relief.

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Use Humidifiers and Vaporizers

Vaporizers and humidifiers are great for helping you breath easier, and keep the air passages moist, helping the mucus to thin out. If you are experiencing shortness of breath, a hot shower or bath may also help moisten the passageways and relieve the symptoms. Keeping to the point is very important when writing. So we have to stuck to Chronic Bronchitis Treatments, and have not wandered much from it to enhance understanding.

Different inhalants may be prescribed to reduce the inflammation of the bronchi, and allow for easier breathing. There are also over the counter expectorants individuals suffering from chronic bronchitis often take to help reduce the amount of mucus in their system. Antibiotics may also be prescribed to help fight infection in the upper respiratory system. When other treatments are found to not be effective, corticosteroids are often used.

Avoid Cough Suppressants

When you cough up mucus, it means your body is trying to remove the mucus from your system. Coughing up excess mucus is good for your body and should not be discouraged using cough suppressants. Also avoid decongestants and antihistamines because these remove the mucus from your system, drying out your airways. When the mucus returns it will be thicker, worsening the symptoms in the long run. We have used a mixture of seriousness and jokes in this composition on Bronchitis Often. This is to liven the mood when reading about Bronchitis Often.

The Main Culprit for Kids is the Constant, Long-Term Exposure of Smoking

Sometimes allergies and environmental irritants can be troublesome for them too. It may take some time to comprehend the matter on Bronchitis Infections that we have listed here. However, it is only through it's complete comprehension would you get the right picture of Bronchitis Infections.

It's left untreated, the infection can develop into more serious respiratory infections that include pneumonia, pulmonary hypertension, heart failure on the right side as well as emphysema. We are proud to say we have dominance in the say of Bronchitis Treatment. This is because we have read vastly and extensively on Bronchitis Treatment.


COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is a respiratory problem that can cause long time issues for the patient in doing physical activity and normal breathing. The development of Chronic Bronchitis has been explained in detail in this article on Chronic Bronchitis. Read it to find something interesting and surprising!

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. Producing such an interesting anecdote on Bronchitis Infections took a lot of time and hard work. So it would be enhancing to us to learn that you have made good use of this hard work!

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. :lol:


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.

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.

Sometimes to Get the Mucus Moving, Doctors May Suggest Using Expectorants

These types of medicine will thin the mucus out, which makes it easier to get rid of quicker. Before doing this, consult the pediatrician. It was our decision to write so much on Bronchitis Infections after finding out that there is still so much to learn on Bronchitis Infections.

Allergies are One of the Leading Causes of Diseases in USA

The annual amount spent on allergies in USA is $18 billion. Allergies could get complicated and even ruin a person's life. Allergies generally mean over reaction or hyper sensitivity to a certain substance or product. The substance could make a person sneeze, wheeze or create rashes etc. :D.

Allergies Due to Dust and Pollution are Very Common Nowadays

The dust particles enter the nose and make a person sneeze. It could also lead to other diseases like bronchitis and asthma. Allergies due to pollution, candle smoke, incense stick etc could create various upper respiratory problems. People with upper respiratory problems have itching in the throat and ear also. Breathing difficulty could also exist. At home, dust particles in the mattress, pillows etc could also lead to allergies. Even domestic cats and dogs hair could lead to allergies. Consult your physician if you are allergic to any substance immediately. We found it rather unbelievable to find out that there is so much to learn on Bronchitis Diseases! Wonder if you could believe it after going through it! :D.

Allergies Have Also Been Linked to Many Respiratory Diseases

Sinus, Asthma, Bronchitis are some diseases that are caused by allergies. Allergies can be managed by taking precautionary measures. Some allergic reactions can be very bad. Allergies can also be inherited like balding. Some people are allergic to specific allergens, some to soy, milk, fish etc. Like adults, children and infants are also allergic to certain substances. Cows milk allergy is very common in children. If a child is allergic to cows milk, as a substitute they are provided soymilk. More than 50% of children develop allergies to soymilk. Nothing abusive about Bronchitis have been intentionally added here. Whatever it is that we have added, is all informative and productive to you.

There are many times of the year when bronchial infections seem to increase. While not a researcher or medical professional, I have noticed that cold and rainy weather along with the changes in seasons, my kids seem to have more than their share of colds and flu like symptoms. :lol:

Hard coughing can lead to ruptures or pulled muscles that then make it painful to cough. Anyone with an illness like a respiratory tract infection also needs the rest in a medical doctor can help with both. Never be reluctant to admit that you don't know. There is no one who knows everything. So if you don't know much about Bronchitis Asthma, all that has to be done is to read up on it!


Until you're able to get in to see the doctor however, have the person with bronchitis resting in a more upright position. This sometimes can help control the coughing. Hot tea with honey has also been known as a home remedy for a cough. Every cloud has a silver lining; so consider that this article on Bronchial Cough to be the silver lining to the clouds of articles on Bronchial Cough. It is this article that will add more spice to the meaning of Bronchial Cough.


Other causes that lead to COPD are industrial pollution, occupational dusts, continuous contact with hazardous chemicals, outdoors air pollution, etc. In some cases, parents pass on the genes to their children. In some rare cases, COPD is found in people suffering from a gene-related disorder called alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency. Alpha 1 antitrypsin is a protein that inactivates the destructive proteins in the blood. The absence or the low level of alpha 1 antitrypsin in these people leads to the destruction of lungs and ultimately to COPD.

Smoking is the Primary Cause of COPD

Passive smoking can also lead to COPD. The effects of smoking on the lungs can be severe and permanent. Smoking causes irreversible damage to the lung tissues and causes inflammation of the lungs. This inflammation stops only when the smoking is stopped. The cigarette manufacturing companies add some chemicals to cigarettes for various reasons that block the production of alpha-1-antitrypsin (AAT), which maintain the elastic fibers of the alveoli. This in turn destroys the walls of the lungs, which makes the process of breathing very difficult.


Chronic bronchitis refers to inflammation and infection of the bronchial tubes and mucosal membranes, generating an overproduction of mucus. The excessive production of mucus at the level of the respiratory tract is the body's inflammatory response to irritation and infection of the bronchia. Excess mucus perturbs the process of respiration by reducing the amount of air that is normally received by the lungs. Common symptoms of chronic bronchitis are: mucus-producing cough, difficult breathing, shortness of breath, chest pain and discomfort and wheezing.

Chronic bronchitis generates recurrent, time-persistent symptoms that intensify as the disease progresses. The main characteristics of chronic bronchitis are productive cough, increased susceptibility to bacterial and viral infections of the respiratory tract and low responsiveness to medical treatments. Chronic bronchitis usually lasts for up to three months and regularly reoccurs over the period of two years or more. In present, there is no specific cure for chronic bronchitis.

Unlike patients who suffer from acute bronchitis, patients with chronic forms of the disease don't respond well to treatments with antibiotics. The excessive production of mucus at the level of the bronchial tubes facilitates the proliferation of bacteria and other infectious organisms, thus contributing to the progression of the disease. On the premises of repeated infections and compromised natural defenses of the respiratory system (cilia barriers), antibiotics are often ineffective in completely overcoming chronic bronchitis. Thus, the treatment of chronic bronchitis is focused towards relieving the already existent symptoms and preventing the development of further complications.

Although smoking alone can't be considered to be the cause of chronic bronchitis, the disease has the highest incidence in regular smokers. Smoking greatly contributes to the proliferation of bacteria and slows down the healing of the respiratory tissues and organs. Chronic bronchitis is often associated with asthma as well. Patients with chronic bronchitis who also suffer from asthma are even less responsive to specific treatments and they commonly experience symptomatic relapse. Sometimes, chronic bronchitis can be the consequence of untreated or mistreated acute bronchitis or other respiratory diseases. Chronic forms of bronchitis can also be developed by people who regularly expose themselves to airborne irritants such as dust, chemicals and pollutants.

The incipient stages of the disease, the symptoms of chronic bronchitis are usually perceived in the morning or during the night. In more advanced stages of chronic bronchitis, the entire respiratory tract becomes inflamed and obstructed with mucus, generating intense, persistent cough. This type of recurrent, highly productive cough is commonly referred to as "the smoker's cough". As the disease progresses, chronic bronchitis sufferers also experience pulmonary problems and they are at risk of developing serious lung diseases (pneumonia, emphysema). In time, people with chronic bronchitis may suffer from poor oxygenation of the blood and hypoventilation (shallow, accelerated breathing). Complicated forms of chronic bronchitis may also involve cyanosis as a result of poor oxygenation of the lungs. Cyanosis (bluish aspect of the skin) generally suggests the presence of emphysema or pneumonia.

Passive smoking may not directly cause certain diseases related to smoking, but it gives you a chance of developing anything smoking-related, at a higher rate. Studies have shown and confirmed an increased risk in the following:

Pneumonia (induction & aggravation) ' Meningococcal infections in children ' Cancers and leukaemia in children In adults: ' heart disease :o

Passive Smoking Kills an Estimated 53,000 Non-Smokers Per Year

It is the 3rd leading cause of preventable death in the U.S. Visit us or share your opinions at the worlds best homepage or free content resource. There are universal applications on Bronchitis everywhere. However, it is up to us to decide the way used for these applications to get the best results from them. :lol:

Passive Smoking and Other Cancers

Conventional studies tend to focus on finding the health effects of ETS on the respiratory system. Newer studies have found associations between passive smoking and cervical, bladder, nasal-sinus, and brain cancer.

Learning difficulty ' behavior problems (i.e. depression, anxiety and immaturity) ' allergies ' asthma (induction & aggravation) ' bronchitis (induction & aggravation) :shock:

Stroke ' lung cancer ' nasal cancer ' spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) ' asthma exacerbation in adults ' cystic fibrosis (exacerbation) Saying that all that is written here is all there is on Bronchitis Allergies would be an understatement. Very much more has to be learnt and propagated bout Bronchitis Allergies. :evil:

Their Conclusion:

These meta-analyses show that there is a statistically significant and consistent association between lung cancer risk in spouses of smokers and exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke from the spouse who smokes. The excess risk is of the order of 20% for women and 30% for men and remains after controlling for some potential sources of bias and confounding. What we have written here about Bronchitis can be considered to be a unique composition on Bronchitis. Let's hope you appreciate it being unique.

Parts of the mouth and throat such as the lip, oropharynx (the back of the mouth), larynx (voice box), and hypopharynx (area below the pharynx or throat), We hope you develop a better understanding of Bronchitis Allergies on completion of this article on Bronchitis Allergies. Only if the article is understood is it's benefit reached.

Infancy and children: ' birth defects ' sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) ' low birthweight ' illnesses in children ' middle ear infection :evil:

From then on, researches have proven conclusively that there is not just an increased risk of heart disease but that the risks are non-linear. The increased risks and effects on the heart are unlike that of lung cancer where the risk is almost in proportion to the exposure. In passive smoking, the risk of heart disease may be half that of someone smoking 20 cigarettes a day even though that person is only inhaling 1% of the smoke. New studies reveal that exposure to ETS also causes platelet aggregation, a condition where the blood starts to thicken, and a narrowing of arteries and blood flow reduction when endothelial cells dysfunction. We do hope that you find the information here something worth recommending others to read and think about once you complete reading all there is about Bronchitis.

The Esophageal (Tube from the Pharynx to the Stomach)

' stomach, liver and pancreas. Passive Smoking and Heart Disease In the early 1990s, studies by Glantz and Parmley estimated that the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States was heart disease. The first two were active smoking and alcohol abuse. It was also found out that non-smokers living with smokers had an increased risk of heart disease of around 30%.

Decreased Lung Function

' cervical cancer ' infections ' ear infections ' chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ' bronchitis ' allergies and death of children It is only if you find some usage for the matter described here on Bronchitis Allergies that we will feel the efforts put in writing on Bronchitis Allergies fruitful. So make good usage of it! :)

Aggravation of Asthma, Allergies, and Other Conditions

Passive Smoking and Lung Cancer Non-smokers have a twenty-five percent increased risk of lung cancer when exposed to passive smoking in the home. In a press release by the World Health Organization (WHO) on March 9, 1998, it said that the increased risk of lung cancer among non-smoking spouses of smokers was estimated at sixteen percent and in the workplace, an estimated increased risk of seventeen percent. In 2002, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) of the WHO, a group of 29 experts from 12 countries, convened by the Monographs Programme. They reviewed all major published evidence related to tobacco smoking and cancer. The title of this composition could be rightly be Bronchitis Allergies. This is because what is mentioned here is mostly about Bronchitis Allergies.