Bronchitis refers to inflammation of windpipes inside the lungs. Bronchitis is observed in people of all ages and both the sexes.
- Bacterial infection
- Allergic tendencies of Respiratory Diseases- Chronic Smoking
- Family History
The common symptoms of the condition include cough with expectoration and difficulty in breathing. Over a time period cough becomes continuous and productive.
Sometime this inflammation of windpipes follows entry and infection caused by microorganisms and is termed as acute bronchitis.
If this inflammation is present over long time period, it is termed as chronic bronchitis.
Yet, in one another situation this irritation and inflammation is due to the exposure to various agents (like air pollution, pollens, smoke, perfumes, etc) and is termed as allergic bronchitis or asthmatic bronchitis. However the root cause of the condition includes genetic and heredity factors that make one prone to the condition.
- Avoid Smoking
- Stay away from common Allergens like Dust, Strong perfumes, paints etc.
With the above understanding it can be clearly perceived that chronic and allergic bronchitis are in fact constitutional disorders that find their local expression at the level of lungs. Hence it calls for an in-depth constitutional approach towards its management.
Homoeopathic medicines are prescribed on the basis of presenting complaints along with the physical, emotional and genetic make up that individualizes a person. This constitutional approach makes homoeopathic medicines work at root level thus taking care of heredity and genetic factors.
Homoeopathic medicines are very effective in managing acute expressions of bronchitis as well as play a vital role in preventing relapse of the condition It is very strongly recommended for all stages and variants of bronchitis.
- X-Ray Chest
- Blood Routine
- Sputum Culture