Bronchitis
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Bronchitis is a condition in which there is a inflammation and swelling of bronchial tube muscle membrane

Bronchitis may be acute or chronic

A person with chronic bronchiolitis may have a cough that last for several weeks or even few months. For some people cough may flare up regularly especially during winter.

Symptoms:

They manifest as

  • Persistent Cough
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Accumulation of tough mucus / phlegm in airways – Difficult to expectorate / expel mucus.
  • Feeling of tightness in chest
  • Sore throat
  • Body aches
  • Headache
  • Low grade fever

Causes:

  • Viral / bacterial infection
  • Exposure to dust, fumes
  • Smoking
  • Genetic factors
  • People with previous history of asthma, allergies

Homoeopathic treatment

Conventional Treatment

Reduces tightness of chest Reduces tightness of chest
Decreases frequency and intensity of cough Decreases frequency and intensity of cough
Repairs the mucus membrane Repairs the mucus membrane
Clears the airway Clears the airway
Reduces the sensitivity to allergens Doesn’t reduce
Treats not only the symptoms but also removes the cause Treats only the affected area
Permanent cure Temporary relief
Specific remedy for each person selected on the basis of both physical and mental generals Common medicines prescribed to all persons
Natural/potentized medicines Synthetic/concentrated medicines
Nil side effects Chain of side effects

Treatment Prognosis:

The goal of treating acne is to

  • Frequency & intensity of cough reduces
  • Clears the airway and hence aids free respiration
  • Reduces the sensitivity to virus / bacteria / allergies which triggers bronchitis permanently

Diet and Lifestyle Changes:

  • Avoid exposure to dust, fumes, vapour
  • Wear masks regularly to avoid air pollution
  • Quit smoking
  • Improve physical activities
  • Practice breathing exercise / techniques
  • Wash hands frequently

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