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Bronchitis Sneezing: Acute Bronchitis: All You Need to Know
« on: August 26, 2016, 06:21:58 pm »
Bronchitis Sneezing - Acute Bronchitis - All You Need to Know
The respiratory system is very sensitive and at risk of developing many diseases. Acute bronchitis is one of the problems you might have. The bronchial tubes get infected in acute bronchitis. This tubes carry the air into your lungs. When you get acute bronchitis, the infected airways also swell and mucus is build inside them. All these conditions in acute bronchitis make it very hard for you to breathe.

So now you know that acute bronchitis is caused by viruses, but how do we actually get bronchitis? Well, the viruses that are responsible with causing acute bronchitis are sprayed into air by cough. If anybody breathes those viruses, then he/ she can develop acute bronchitis. One can also get acute bronchitis if he/ she touches for example the hand of somebody that is asthma like bronchitis? and has coughed on that hand. When he coughed, the virus also spread on the hand and a simple touch can cause somebody to develop acute bronchitis. Acute Bronchitis are basically interesting parts of our day-to-day life. It is only that sometimes, we are not aware of this fact!

  • You smoke or work in places where you are exposed to fumes, you are more at risk of developing bronchitis.
  • In these cases you will also suffer from acute bronchitis longer than a person who does not smoke.
  • Bronchitis Bacteria came into being some time back.
  • However, would you believe that there are some people who still don't know what a Bronchitis Bacteria is?
There are Two Ways that One can Get Bronchitis, Because of Viruses or Bacteria
In almost all cases of acute bronchitis, viruses attack the bronchial tubes and cause infection. Your body automatically starts to fight back and more swelling occurs. When you suffer from acute bronchitis, there is also mucus produced. Your body usually needs a lot of time to fight the viruses and cure bronchitis. The hardest thing to cure in cases of acute bronchitis is the damage done to the bronchial tubes. :D.

  • Acute bronchitis is not a very hard disease on your body and many cases of acute bronchitis will pass on their own.
  • You should also get some rest and drink as much fluids as you can if you have acute bronchitis.
  • Water will keep the mucus thick and thus making your acute bronchitis case easier.
  • When acute is caused by viruses, antibiotics are not very helpful in reducing the bronchitis symptoms.
  • Developing a basis for this composition on Bronchitis Acute Bronchitis was a lengthy task.
  • It took lots of patience and hard work to develop.
The Second Way to Get Bronchitis is by Bacteria
However, acute bronchitis caused by fungus is very rare. This type of bronchitis is even more rare than we care to imagine. The most common cause of all in developing acute bronchitis is catching the same virus that also causes the cold.

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St John's Wort (Hypericum Perforatum) the Number One Anti-Depression Herb
Used in depression and anxiety, in many circumstances. Has a sedative and pain reducing effect, especially where nerves are involved. Can also be useful during some viral infections, such as cold sores, chicken pox and shingles, both internally and externally. Bronchitis are versatile as they are found in all parts and walks of life. It all depends on the way you take it.

An Herb May Look a Certain Way; Have a Certain Colour or Taste
This leads to the knowledge of what the herb can be used for. For example, ginseng can look like a man, it is found to be an all over tonic for men. Pennywort looks like an ear, and is excellent for soothing ear aches. Herbs with a yellow colouring, eg Dandelion, are perfect for the liver, as are bitter tasting herbs. There is a vast ocean of knowledge connected with Bronchitis. What is included here can be considered a fraction of this knowledge!

  • Raspberry Leaf (Rubus ideaus) Known as a pregnancy herb.
  • Raspberry leaf tea helps to tone and prepare the womb for labour and helps relieve heavy periods.
  • Also useful as a mouth gargle for sore throats, mouth ulcers, bleeding gums and inflammations
  • Garlic boosts our immune system, helps to keep the arteries clear and is good for any heart condition.
  • Ginger warms us, by improving the circulation, eases nausea and is great for those suffering with arthritic aches and pains.
  • Bronchitis play a prominent part in this composition.
  • It is with this prominence that we hope people get to know more about Bronchitis.
Herbal Teas are Really Popular
Whether you drink them just for the taste or for medicinal purposes, there is one or a combination of herbs that will suit everyone. There are many home remedies for bronchitis found today. However, we have stuck to the description of only one variety to prevent confusion!

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita): Well known for it's calming effects, it can be used to ease insomnia and anxiety. Also a calmative for digestive complaints. Developing a vision on Bronchitis Dry, we saw the need of providing some enlightenment in Bronchitis Dry for others to learn more about Bronchitis Dry.

  • Peppermint is another great one we are all familiar with.
  • There is a reason for those after dinner mints!
  • It helps to ease the digestion and relieve after dinner indigestion.
Herbs can be Used in a Variety of Ways
We use them just for the enjoyment of their taste in cooking and in herbal teas. It is interesting to note that the herbs we use in cooking, generally, have a role in helping digestion. Herbs such as basil, oregano and thyme can all ease the digestive process. Garlic and ginger, used often in our cooking are very beneficial to our health. Both these herbs have many different medicinal qualities about them.

An Herbal Infusion can Also be Used Externally, Allow Them to Cool Before Using
Herbs such as Sage, Thyme and Calendula are great for using on wounds to clean out any germs. We use sage and/or thyme with great success on our cat after he's been in a fight. This stops the infection that often leads to abscesses in cats. Eyebright is great to use on tired sore and/or itchy eyes. Herbs such as Rosemary, chamomile and sage can be used in the hair. Rosemary is used to fight dandruff and Chamomile and Sage can add shine, chamomile to lighten fair hair and sage for dark hair. Writing on Bronchitis proved to be a gamble to us. This is because there simply seemed to be nothing to write about in the beginning of writing. It was only in the process of writing did we get more and more to write on Bronchitis.

Peppermint (Mentha Piperita): a Relaxing and Refreshing Drink
Stimulates digestive juices, calms stomach and digestive tract. Relieves nausea and vomiting, great for morning sickness. Valuable in the treatment of fevers especially with a cold or flu. Can relieve headaches, painful periods and eases anxiety and tension.

Using Herbs
From the earliest of times, herbs have been used as medicines, flavourings, colourings. Herbal medicine has developed by intuition and experimentation. Following the doctrine of signatures, wise medicine women and men over the centuries, have been able to develop the knowledge we now have which allows us to use herbs safely. The doctrine of signatures is simple and is helped along with intuition.

Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra): A delicious tea which is a soothing digestive remedy, for the relief of colic, gastric ulcerations, inflammations and diarrhoea. Useful for bronchial problems, such as catarrh, bronchitis and dry, asthmatic like coughs.

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) For anxiety and nervous states, great for mild cases of insomnia, especially for those who wake during the night and can't get back to sleep. Great for children or adults. Useful for indigestion and diarrhoea that is anxiety or nerve related. Mild nerve pain such as neuralgia or sciatica may be relieved.

Making an Herbal Infusion (Tea) is Simple; Even in You Don't Have Teabags
To make herbal infusions or teas, place the desired amount of dried herb (usually 1-2 teaspoons) in a warmed teapot and cover with boiling water. Allow the tea to infuse for about 10 minutes. A tea infuser can be used in place of a teapot or bag, to make just a cup, or for the convenience of taking it with you when you are out. You may like to mix your herbs to make your own special brew. Developing a gradual interest in Bronchitis Dry was the basis for writing this article. On reading this, you will gradually get interested in Bronchitis Dry.

  • Modern medicine has followed the wisdom and knowledge of ancient ways and extracted the healing properties from herbs.
  • The use of herbs in our modern society is just as popular as it has always been.
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) One of the most useful herbs for children with skin problems, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and allergy type rashes. An expectorant for temporary relief of dry spasmodic coughs and bronchitis. Red Clover is also used for menopausal conditions, such as hot flushes. :o.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale): Best known for its use as a liver tonic, making it ideal for a variety of digestive complaints and skin problems. A complimentary herb for all liver cleansing diets and de-toxifying. So after reading what we have mentioned here on Bronchitis Dry, it is up to you to provide your verdict as to what exactly it is that you find fascinating here.

Introduction  Bronchitis is a respiratory disease in which the mucous membrane in the lungs bronchial passages becomes inflamed and usually occurs in the setting of an upper respiratory illness and is observed more frequently in the winter months. It may be short-lived (acute) or chronic, meaning that it lasts a long time and often recurs and can have causes other than an infection.  Bronchitis can also occur when acids from your stomach consistently back up into your food pipe, a condition known as gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD. Both adults and children can get it. If you are a smoker and come down with the acute form, it will be much harder for you to recover. If you continue smoking, you are increasing your chances of developing the chronic form which is a serious long-term disorder that often requires regular medical treatment. If you suffer from chronic bronchitis, you are at risk for developing cardiovascular problems as well as more serious lung diseases and infections, and you should be monitored by a doctor.

Symptoms  Symptoms lasting up to 90 days are usually classified as acute; symptoms lasting longer, sometimes for months or years, are usually classified as chronic. Signs of Infectious bronchitis generally begins with the symptoms of a common cold: runny nose, sore throat, fatigue, chills, and back and muscle aches. The signs of either type of bronchitis include: Cough that produces mucus; if yellow-green in color, you are more likely to have a bacterial infection, Shortness of breath made worse by exertion or mild activity, Wheezing, Fatigue, Fever -- usually low and Chest discomfort. Additional symptoms include: Frequent respiratory infections (such as colds or the flu), Ankle, feet, and leg swelling, Blue-tinged lips due to low levels of oxygen. We have omitted irrelevant information from this composition on Bronchitis Doctor as we though that unnecessary information may make the reader bored of reading the composition.

Conclusion  Bronchitis is an inflammation of the air passages within the lungs and may be accompanied by signs and symptoms of an upper respiratory infection, including: Soreness and a feeling of constriction or burning in your chest, Sore throat, Congestion, Breathlessness, Wheezing, Slight fever and chills, Overall malaise. Inspiration can be considered to be one of the key ingredients to writing. Only if one is inspired, can one get to writing on any subject especially like Bronchitis Respiratory Disease.

Tobacco and infectious agents are major causes of chronic bronchitis and although found in all age groups, it is diagnosed most frequently in children younger than 5 years. In 1994, it was diagnosed in more than 11 of every 100 children younger than 5 years. Fewer than 5% of people with bronchitis go on to develop pneumonia. Most cases clear up on their own in a few days, especially if you rest, drink plenty of fluids, and keep the air in your home warm and moist. If you have repeated bouts of bronchitis, see your doctor. We take pride in saying that this article on Bronchitis Respiratory is like a jewel of our articles. This article has been accepted by the general public as a most informative article on Bronchitis Respiratory.

Treatment  Treatment depending on the symptoms and cause, may include: Antibiotics to treat acute bronchitis that appears to be caused by a bacterial infection or for people who have other lung diseases that put them at a greater risk of lung infections, Bronchodilators, which open up the bronchi, may be used on a short-term basis to open airways and reduce wheezing, Cool-mist humidifiers or steam vaporizers can be helpful for wheezing or shortness of breath. Early recognition and treatment, combined with smoking cessation, significantly improve the chance of a good outcome. With severe bronchitis, your fever may be as high as 101' to 102' F and may last for 3 to 5 days even with antibiotic treatment. However, if influenza is the suspected cause, treatment with an antiviral drug may be helpful. Having been given the assignment of writing an interesting presentation on Bronchitis Respiratory Disease, this is what we came up with. Just hope you find it interesting too!



Risk  Over time, harmful substances in tobacco smoke can permanently damage the airways, increasing the risk for emphysema, cancer, and other serious lung diseases. People at risk for acute bronchitis include: The elderly, infants, and young children, Smokers, People with heart or lung disease. Passive smoke exposure is a risk factor for chronic bronchitis and asthma in adults. Smoking (even for a brief time) and being around tobacco smoke, chemical fumes, and other air pollutants for long periods of time puts a person at risk for developing the disease. Overall, tobacco smoking accounts for as much as 90% of the risk. Secondhand smoke or environmental tobacco smoke increases the risk of respiratory infections, augments asthma symptoms, and causes a measurable reduction in pulmonary function. Malnutrition increases the risk of upper respiratory tract infections and subsequent acute bronchitis, especially in children and older people. You may be inquisitive as to where we got the matter for writing this article on Acute Bronchitis. Of course through our general knowledge, and the Internet!

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