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Side Effects of Bronchitis
06-12-2016, 05:59 AM
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Side Effects of Bronchitis - Bronchitis - What It is and How to Treat It
What Is Bronchitis? Bronchitis is an inflammation of the large bronchial tubes, the main airway of the lungs. There are two types of bronchitis: Acute and Chronic. Chronic bronchitis occurs as a result of the lungs being constantly irritated and inflammed. Cigarette smokers generally end up developing chronic bronchitis, a serious disease of the bronchial tubes that lead to excessive mucus production and chronic cough. Because their airways are already damaged, treatment differs for people with chronic bronchitis. These people will need to see their provider right away. Wink

Changes in air temperature (going from a warm house to the outside), cigarette smoke, chemical odors etc. can often trigger a coughing spasm. That is why if you smoke, please try to stop during your illness (in fact, now might be the time to stop for good!).Wear a muffler to protect your nose and mouth when you go outside into the cold. It is always better to use simple English when writing descriptive articles, like this one on Chronic Bronchitis. It is the layman who may read such articles, and if he can't understand it, what is the point of writing it?
  • Acute bronchitis (short term bronchitis) is caused by the same viruses that cause the common cold or the flu.
  • This article deals with the symptoms and treatment of acute bronchitis.
  • Keeping to the point is very important when writing.
  • So we have to stuck to Bronchitis Caused, and have not wandered much from it to enhance understanding.

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What are the Chief Symptoms of Acute Bronchitis?
Cough shortness of breath chest tightness or wheezing Bronchitis usually starts as a cold with symptoms such as sore throat, runny nose, or sinus infection which then settles in the chest. The large airway becomes inflammed and produces excessive mucus (can be yellow or brown), cough and shortness of breath.

You should start to feel better in 7 to 10 days, but your cough may linger for up to 3 weeks. If your cough has shown no improvement by then, you will need to see your provider. We have used clear and concise words in this article on Bronchitis Acute to avoid any misunderstandings and confusions that can be caused due to difficult words.

Fever Greater Than 101
Rapid heart rate rapid breathing In addition, listening to your lungs with a stethoscope will let your provider know if your lungs are likely to be infected. We have used a mixture of seriousness and jokes in this composition on Acute Bronchitis Cough. This is to liven the mood when reading about Acute Bronchitis Cough.

What can be Done to Help Me Feel Better?
Since antibiotics are useless in killing viruses, the key is to manage your symptoms. Expectorants to help you bring up phlegm, ibuprofen or acetaminophen, and sometimes an inhaler will help reduce your symptoms. Keep in mind though that your cough will probably be the last thing to clear up. To err is human, to forgive is divine. So we would indeed deem you to be divine if you forgive us for any misunderstandings that may arise in this article on Bronchitis.

This Cough can Last 3 Weeks
Bronchitis is sometimes referred to as a "chest cold". In 90% to 95% of cases, it is caused by a VIRUS. Antibiotics kill BACTERIAL infections, not VIRAL infections. That is why antibiotics are generally not prescribed.
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Side Effects of Bronchitis - delbertf - 06-12-2016 05:59 AM
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