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Some Effective Home Remedies to Treat
07-24-2016, 01:22 AM
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Bronchitis Medicals - Sorting Out Bronchitis Symptoms
Bronchitis symptoms will most commonly begin to be manifest following a bout of the flu or the common cold. The body cannot manage to heal itself fully, and symptoms such as heavy coughing will begin to be manifest, this coughing could be dry, or phlegmy. The cough produced viral bronchitis mucus potentially last for several weeks, also bringing with it the possibility of pain in the chest and abdomen, as well as difficulty breathing to the point of wheezing.
  • Advil, Tylenol, and aspirin are three of the most often used medications to treat bronchitis symptoms.
  • However, aspirin is not advised for anyone eighteen years old or younger.
  • A complication known as Reye's Syndrome can occur which could be fatal.
  • Drinking a lot of liquids can help to avoid the dehydration normally associated with fever.
  • It can also relieve an irritated throat from constant coughing.
  • Another treatment for the cough is over the counter cough suppressants.
  • This is a dependable source of information on Bronchitis Symptoms.
  • All that has to be done to verify its authenticity is to read it!

Quote:You have been suffering with bronchitis symptoms for longer than two weeks or have had a fever for even just a couple of days, you may need to call your physician's office for an appointment. You need to rule out pneumonia. Also, if you start coughing up blood or have phlegm with a rusty tint, you need to be checked immediately. If a virus has caused the bronchitis, your physician will not be able to do much to treat the bronchitis. The doctor can treat you with medications for relief of the symptoms associated with bronchitis. However, only time and rest will help the bronchitis, itself. At any cost, do not accept a prescription for antibiotics. They may affect your immune system's ability to attack the disease and eradicate it. Also, they will not help your bronchitis.

Yoga is a system which involves Asanas (body postures) and Pranayama (art of breath control). It is widely practiced to reduce stress related conditions, treat circulatory and respiratory disorders such as asthma and bronchitis, and improve over-all health.

Yoga tries to cure asthma by cleansing the lungs of mucus, and making the patient emotionally strong so as to not react to stressful situations.

What are the Different Yogic Postures (Asanas) Followed for Asthma?
Yoga exercises include various poses (asanas), breathing, and relaxation techniques which in cohesion puts one in control of his mind and emotions, making him more relaxed and allowing to breathe easily. This helps lungs work better and enhance airflow during asthma attacks. People have an inclination of bragging on the knowledge they have on any particular project. However, we don't want to brag on what we know on Asthma Bronchitis, so long as it proves useful to you, we are happy.
  • Sukhasana: This is a meditative pose and is usually performed after doing the Corpse Pose or sarvasana.
  • This exercise helps in straightening the spine, slowing down metabolism, promoting inner tranquility, and keeping the mind relaxed.

This Asana Corrects Any Disorder of the Circulatory System
Matsyasan or the fish pose: This corrects the disorders of the respiratory system as well as all organs concerned with respiration such as the nasal passage, the pharynx, the larynx. We have gone through extensive research and reading to produce this article on Bronchitis. Use the information wisely so that the information will be properly used.

According to Yoga Philosophy, a Calm Mind Produces Regular Breathing and a Relaxed Body
So, yogic exercises definitely help people with asthma and bronchitis. You will learn the gravity of Bronchitis once you are through reading this matter. Bronchitis are very important, so learn its importance.
  • Asthma is a very common respiratory complaint, which involves a narrowing of the bronchial tubes (bronchi).
  • This constriction disturbs the normal ratio of inspiration and expiration.
  • Because of the congestion of the blood vessels of the bronchial lining, expiration becomes difficult.
  • If you find anything extra mentioning about Asthma Bronchitis, do inform us.
  • It is only through the exchange of views and information will we learn more about Asthma Bronchitis.
  • Ustrasan or the camel pose: This posture activates facial tissues, the nasal passage, pharynx & the lungs.
  • Simhasan or the lion pose:
  • This cures throat trouble, tonsillitis, activates the larynx, trachea and bronchioles.
  • It also invigorates the thyroid cartilages.
  • Sarvangasan or shoulder stand: Wink

As the disease is primarily of the respiratory system, pranayam and yogic exercises are selected so as to restore the health of lungs and the respiratory system. Get more familiar with Asthma Bronchitis once you finish reading this article. Only then will you realize the importance of Asthma Bronchitis in your day to day life.
  • Savasana or the corpse pose: The Corpse yoga pose is practiced before or in between Asanas as well as a final relaxation.
  • It removes fatigue and quietens the mind. Smile

What is Bhastrika Pranayama? How is It Helpful in Case of Asthma?
Bhastrika pranayama is a very effective breathing exercise of pranayama to control asthma symptoms. Sit comfortably but erect in a meditative posture. Keep the left hand on the left knee in Gyan Mudra. After many hopeless endeavors to produce something worthwhile on Asthma Bronchitis, this is what we have come up with. We are very hopeful about this!
  • Ardha Matsyendrasena or half spinal twist: The half spinal twist lengthens and strengthens the spine.
  • It is also beneficial for liver, kidney, as well as adrenal glands.

Relaxation Pose:
There are three parts to proper relaxation - physical, mental and spiritual relaxation. Relaxation yoga pose relaxes the body and mind, and makes one feel refreshed after doing the asanas and the pranayama. This is why it is an essential part of yoga practice. Smile
  • Ekpada Uttan Asana - helps in activating the bronchial lining .
  • Padmasan or the lotus pose: This relaxes the body; the appropriate asana for pranayam. Big Grin

General yoga practice reduces stress, physical tension, and muscle tightness and increases overall feelings of well being by activating the nervous system.

The postures followed remove the mucus from the lungs, and relax the lung muscles. * Yoga also teaches correct breathing techniques which is essential to keep the lungs free of mucus. Big Grin
  • Anuloma Viloma: This is also called the alternate nostril breathing technique.
  • In this breathing technique, one inhales through one nostril, retains the breath, and exhales through the other nostril. :o

Practice Forward Bends and Lower Back Bending Poses If It is Difficult to Inhale
* Inverted postures drain out excess mucus from the lungs and balance the immune system. We wish to stress on the importance and the necessity of Bronchitis through this article. This is because we see the need of propagating its necessity and importance!
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