Asthma is a disease caused in the airway of human body which makes breathing difficult. The inflammation of the air passages result decreases the flow of oxygen to the lungs whereby the patient coughs continuously, may experience wheezing and inability to breathe normally. It begins in childhood. Early diagnosis can help treatment. It depends on case to case basis and classified according to the
symptoms. It has been reported that there has been more than 5 lakh deaths throughout the world due to Asthma. Inadequate treatment limits the patients to be active and can affect the patient’s performance at work and home.
Among the prominent causes, genetics is one of the main causes. Person suffering from bronchiolitis lung infection during childhood are also prone to asthma. It can also develop at work wherein the person is exposed to such conditions, drugs or chemicals.
The popular symptoms of asthma are continuous coughing, wheezing and breathlessness. Even fatigue and rapid breathing can also be considered as symptoms of asthma. Most of the patients develops allergies that could make them sneeze, cough, itch and wheeze. Also patients with asthma may not experience the symptoms unless they exposed to airborne irritants or an atmosphere they are allergic to.
In some cases, Homoeopathy treatment has a history of curing asthma along with its root cause. In the case of a disease like asthma remedy has to be correct for better recovery as if the remedy is not apt, it would only give relief for a short duration. Since, in homoeopathy treatment the patient as such would be considered in totality, cure is much than the so called other conventional treatment.
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes which connects the windpipe(trachea) to the lung tissue. In the case of bronchitis, the bronchi (air passages ) secretes excess mucus causing nagging cough. Diagnosis and proper medication to be done or it may even lead to pneumonia.
Bronchitis may be acute or chronic:
Acute bronchitis: It is a common ailment which may last for a couple of weeks. Acute bronchitis is a short term illness that often followed by a cold or viral infection.
Chronic bronchitis is a long term illness and can be result of environmental factors or extended illness. It has a tendency to keep coming back or doesn’t go away at all. Cigarette smoking is the most common cause of chronic bronchitis.
Generally it is caused due to the same virus or bacteria, that causes cold or flu. It could happen when the immune systems in the body are weak. Smoking is also considered to be one of the causes. At times even the working environment instigates.
Nagging cough with lot of mucus, chest congestion are some of the common symptoms in the case of Bronchitis. There may also be raised temperature.
Based on the patient’s health, body and the kind of Bronchitis, homoeopathy treatment is carried out. It is considered the best in case of children who are more prone to such fast acquiring diseases. With no side effects and curing the root cause, the results are considered best as compared to other medicines.