Bronchitis is a Common Lung Disease Causing Dyspnea, Cough

Bronchitis is one of the most common types of lung disease, but many people dismiss it as a bad flu, "smoker's cough," or the result of a bad cold. Bronchitis, however, is a potentially serious disease that can prove fatal in its chronic form.

Bronchitis is a lung disease that affects the bronchial tubes: the airways used to transport air in and out of the lungs. In response to inflammation, excess amounts of mucus, or phlegm, are produced. The mucus obstructs the airways, making it difficult to breath. Mucus may become infected with bacteria, which can lead to other types of lung disease, such as pneumonia.

Influenza Virus (FLU)     

Influenza or flu is an acute respiratory infection capable of sweeping through entire communities in a very short while. Flu season begins in November or December and may last until April or May. Primarily affecting children 5 to14 years of age, schools are infamous for being an accelerator of the transmission of the flu.

Although the word "flu" is often applied to almost anything that makes us feel unwell, influenza should not be mistaken for the common cold or other airborne viruses. The flu differs significantly from the common cold (refer to Common Cold protocol) in both the rapid onset of the illness and in the potentially of the life threatening complications that can develop, especially in the elderly. 


Sinuses are hollow air spaces in the human body. When people say, "I'm having a sinus attack," they usually are referring to symptoms in one or more of four pairs of cavities, or sinuses, known as paranasal sinuses . These cavities, located within the skull or bones of the head surrounding the nose, include the

  • Frontal sinuses over the eyes in the brow area

  • Maxillary sinuses inside each cheekbone

  • Ethmoid sinuses just behind the bridge of the nose and between the eyes

  • Sphenoid sinuses behind the ethmoids in the upper region of the nose and behind the eyes

Each sinus has an opening into the nose for the free exchange of air and mucus, and each is joined with the nasal passages by a continuous mucous membrane lining. Therefore, anything that causes a swelling in the nose an infection, an allergic reaction, or another type of immune reaction. also can affect the sinuses. Air trapped within a blocked sinus, along with pus or other secretions, may cause pressure on the sinus wall. The result is the sometimes intense pain of a sinus attack. Similarly, when air is prevented from entering a paranasal sinus by a swollen membrane at the opening, a vacuum can be created that also causes pain.


People with asthma suffer from a condition that makes it hard for them to breathe. Asthma differs from emphysema in that asthma is described as a reversible obstruction, that is a temporary blockage of the bronchial airways. The obstruction is caused by constriction of the muscles that surround the airways, inflammation and swelling of the airways lining, and an increase in the mucus production which blocks the passage of air.

Allergy is the primary cause of asthma. Chronic exposure to dust mite allergen can cause rhinitis, eczema and the bronchial hyper-reactivity characteristic of asthma. Asthma is a chronic disease and its treatment requires four components: patient education, environmental control, comprehensive pharmacologic therapy, and objective measures to assess severity and monitor course of therapy.


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