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Plants to treat chronic bronchitis

Chronic bronchitis showed abnormalities in the bronchus that are chronic (long-standing) and is caused by various factors, including factors that are outside of the bronchus and bronchus itself. Chronic bronchitis is a condition associated with excessive mucus production trakheobronkhial, causing a cough that occurs for at least three months in a year for more than two consecutive years.

Chronic bronchitis is not a chronic form of acute bronchitis. So treatment is also different from acute bronchitis. However, over time, can be found in the acute period of chronic bronchitis. This shows the bacteria attacks the bronchial wall abnormalities. Secondary infection by bacteria can cause more damage so it will make things worse.

The causes of chronic bronchitis:

  • Environmental stimuli (eg, smoking)
According to the Report of the WHO Expert Committee on Smoking Control, smoking is a major cause of bronchitis. In pathological cigarette-related bronchial mucous gland hyperplasia.
  • Infection
Exacerbation of presumed bronchitis most often preceded by a viral infection which then leads to secondary bacterial infection. Bacteria isolated most is Hemophilus influenza and Streptococcus pneumonie.
  • Pollution
Pollution is not so great influence as a causative factor, but when added to a higher risk of smoking. Substances - chemicals can also cause bronchitis are agents - reducing agents such as O2, substance - oxidizing substances such as N2O, hydrocarbons, aldehydes, ozone.
  • Socio-economic factors
Death in bronchitis turns more on the lower socioeconomic groups, may be due to environmental and economic factors are more ugly.

Pathophysiology of chronic bronchitis:

Your doctor will diagnose chronic bronchitis if the patient has a cough or sputum production experience for more than three months in a year or at least two consecutive years.
The attack of bronchitis is caused because the body is exposed to infectious and non-infectious agents (especially cigarettes). Irritants (substances that cause irritation) will cause an inflammatory response that will cause vasodilatation, congestion, mucosal edema, and bronkopasme. Unlike emphysema, bronchitis affects more small airways and alveoli than. In an bronchitis, airflow still allows no obstacles.

Patients with chronic bronchitis will experience:

  • Increasing the size and number of mucus glands in the bronchus thus increasing mucus production.
  • More viscous mucus
  • Siliari malfunction that can reduce mucus clearance mechanism.

There are some herbs that can be used to treat chronic bronchitis, among others:

60 grams of the roots of the Sensitive Plant - Mimosa pudica Linn boiled with 600 cc of water until the remaining 200 cc, divided for two drinks. drinking on a regular basis for 10 days.
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