If you have been coughing for a week or two or for a month, whether it is dry or with phlegm, then you need to pay attention towards the symptoms of that chronic coughing. A chronic cough with or without phlegm, headache, discomfort, and tightness in the chest, shortness of breath and even difficulty in sleeping could be the signs and symptoms of bronchitis. Every minuscule change in the body functions is worth to pay attention and ignorance could be fatal for you and even it may connive to the manifestation of something surely your body which you may regret to have later in the stage.
Bronchitis is a medical term used to describe the condition where the bronchial tube (A tube that transports the air from nose to the lungs of the human body) gets infected with virus, bacteria and other foreign particles that are mighty enough to irritate the airways. When you are getting infected with bronchitis, you may have to face problems related to breathing because it directly affects the tube that transports air through the lungs and you may have to face problems such as shortness of breath, difficulty in breathing and to name a few. In this condition, just because of the infection the bronchial tube gets inflamed narrowing the airways which could later bring a lot of trouble in breathing.
Bronchitis is of two types categorized on the basis of the short-term and long term. The acute bronchitis is a condition of bronchitis that usually affects the people for short-term and can improve on its own; in some rare cases, the medical treatment is needed. Acute bronchitis is the most common type of infection and the symptoms may last for a week or two depending on the severity of the condition and once it is being treated or cured on its own; it doesn’t cause any symptoms later on that means it is automatically being extirpated by your immunity system. Most of the cases of acute bronchitis are a viral infection that followed up with a cough and cold and keeps I mind that it is a contagious infection because it is caused by the virus and if the virus gets out of that infected person’s body may cause problems for you as well.
Chronic bronchitis, well it is a string of words that engenders fear among people because it is a condition that may run in your body for a prolonged period of time and can be the cause of hospitalization. It can be categorized in one of the most serious conditions because it can’t be cured. It is a condition where you may have to cough and may a secret cough for more than 3 months of the years and can last for at least two years continuously. This condition may also become a disease if it occurs with emphysema and may become chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Chronic bronchitis is caused by the virus or bacteria at its initial stage and later due to repeated irritation and coughing the lungs and airway tissues get to its worst condition and damaged which actually the cause of more deteriorated conditions. Although this is a condition that isn’t treatable in order to treat the symptoms of this infection your doctor may thoroughly examine your condition and accordingly prescribe the medication for you but is it sound good? Well, no because it is a condition that is chronic and the expense of the hospitals is something that not everyone can bear. So what’s next? Sit down and relax, and have a look at my suggestions. Well, it is very hard to bear the expense of the hospitals but in order to outweigh the treatment options provided by the hospitals you can go to the shelter of nature and should use home remedies that significantly improve the condition without too much of expenses.
Today we are going to talk about a home remedy which could prove to be an elixir in the symptoms of chronic bronchitis. Turmeric has long been used as the medicinal option and its history of can be traced way back in the past around thousands of years ago and from then to now it is continuously giving its services to the human being. Turmeric for bronchitis is something which can prove to be a panacea in order to treat the condition of bronchitis. Curcumin present in turmeric is probably the most potent constituent that can be employed for the betterment of bronchitis. Turmeric for bronchitis is known to have a history of treating the infections and diseases of respiratory systems and even digestive system’s disease can be treated by the turmeric. It may help in relieving the congestion present in the airways. Turmeric is also a potent anti-inflammatory agent which will help in reducing the inflammation of the airways which will help open up the narrowing airways. Therefore turmeric should be the top of the priority list when it comes to soothing the symptoms of chronic bronchitis.