How To Win Your War Against Bronchitis [NOOK Book]

Overview

Bronchitis is a condition in which you can have an illness that is both infectious and one that is noninfectious. In most

cases, it is a virus that causes bronchitis ...
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How To Win Your War Against Bronchitis

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Overview

Bronchitis is a condition in which you can have an illness that is both infectious and one that is noninfectious. In most

cases, it is a virus that causes bronchitis to happen. This virus is generally the same type that causes a common cold

to happen in most people.

On the other hand, bronchitis can also be a condition that is caused by the pollutants in the air that you breathe

including from cigarette smoke. Smog and chemicals that are used to clean with are additional causes for bronchitis.

Another cause of bronchitis happens because of the acids that are normally found in your stomach backing up,

literally, up into your gastro esophageal track. This is sometimes called GERD, or gastro esophageal reflux disease.

Some people that work in conditions that are not favorable for good, clean breathing also develop bronchitis. This

type of bronchitis is known as an occupational bronchitis in which case the pollutants including dusts and/or fumes get

into the breathing airways and cause illness.

Usually, when the person stops working there, or improves the breathing circumstances, their bronchitis symptoms

also improve and often the irritation will stop.

The causes of chronic bronchitis are often a bit more drastic. If you have this condition, the walls of your bronchial

tubes have become thickened and they are inflamed to such a degree that it is considered nearly permanent. When

this happens, chronic bronchitis is evident.

Most with this condition must cough at least some time during each day to clear their throat. This is especially true of

those that have chronic bronchitis due to their smoking habits. If you have to cough at least one time every day for at

least three months of the year, you are considered to have chronic bronchitis.

Chronic bronchitis is often caused by smoking, but it's not the only time that you can get it. You can also get chronic

bronchitis from air pollution that is severe or toxic gasses that are in the area in which you work.

Those that suffer from chronic symptoms of bronchitis often develop asthma because of it. This is caused by the

long term inflammation of your air passageways. In any case, it is essential that you get help from your doctor in

dealing with your condition. Those that are suffering from.....
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013925922
  • Publisher: M&M Pubs
  • Publication date: 3/7/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 916 KB

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