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Emphysema Bronchitis, Quit Smoking Side Effects, Part 3

This final installment of the side effects of quitting smoking, I want to cover some of the more positive things that you can experience from quitting smoking. There may be many unpleasant side effects that you experience from nicotine withdrawal but there are also many positive reasons why you should be putting a lot of effort into quitting smoking. Smile

Smokers often think that lung cancer is the cancer to be afraid of and whilst this is true, many other forms of cancer are more likely in people who smoke than people who do not smoke. There is a vast ocean of knowledge connected with Bronchitis. What is included here can be considered a fraction of this knowledge! Rolling Eyes

Quit Smoking Side Effect #9: Reduced Cancer Risk

Tobacco smoke contains tar that is a collection of thousands of chemicals, some benign but many of them are carcinogenic. One of the most carcinogenic chemicals found in tobacco smoke is benzene. There are strict laws in the US ans across Europe regarding its handling and who can handle it because it is so carcinogenic. When you stop smoking, you stop putting benzene and the other chemicals directly into your body. This has an immediate effect on reducing your cancer risks. Laughing

Quit Smoking Side Effect #8: Heart Risks Down

The moment you stop smoking is the moment you stop stressing your body with the stimulant effects of nicotine. Nicotine elevates adrenalin levels, suppressing insulin, raising heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure. All of these things are stress responses and stopping them happening so often means you reduce the stress on your body which is a good thing. There are many varieties of Bronchitis found today. However, we have stuck to the description of only one variety to prevent confusion!

The Other, More Terrifying COPD Ailment is Emphysema

Emphysema is a disease where the elasticity of the lungs is lost through the damage done by tar and hot smoke to the lung tissue over years of smoking. The lungs effectively stop working and rather than being flexible like balloons, become stagnant like plastic bags. People with emphysema effectively suffocate to death over a period of a few years. It is not a very nice disease so stopping any further progress of lung deterioration has got to be a good thing. Emphysema Bronchitis are versatile as they are found in all parts and walks of life. It all depends on the way you take it Rolling Eyes

Stokes are often fatal but is you survive a stroke, it will leave you suffering the inability to walk or being unable to speak, unable to feed, clothe or wash yourself, partially paralysed, incontinent or worse. In bad cases, sufferers end up with more than one of these symptoms. Reducing the risk of turning your family into nurses for you is another great benefit to quitting smoking. Idea


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  • Quit Smoking Side Effects #11: Reduced risk of stroke Many smokers do not think about stroke as a major threat to them.
  • Most smokers have some idea of cancer, heart disease and emphysema and bronchitis but strokes don't figure on their radar.



Is very difficult to understand the differences between bronchitis and pneumonia. Both are diseases of the lower respiratory system and have an equally adverse effect on pulmonary air passages. Proper knowledge about the difference between pneumonia and bronchitis facilitates correct diagnosis, a factor that is of utmost importance in the effective management and treatment of respiratory disorders.



  • Regional and occupational pneumonia: For example, exposure to chemicals or cattle can cause this condition.
  • What is Bronchitis?
  • Bronchitis is a disorder characterized by inflammation of the bronchi or air passages that transport air from the trachea to the lungs.
  • Inflammation of the bronchi leads to the accumulation of mucus, which causes the blocking of the bronchial cells.
  • The body then takes refuge in the cough mechanism to get rid of the accumulated mucus.
  • Unfortunately, cough, while it gets rid of excess mucus, also makes the air passages more susceptible to infection.
  • Moreover, if the infection continues, the tissues of the bronchi might get damaged. Smile
  • Is possible to draw up any number of treatment plans for acute bronchitis.
  • Follow your doctor's advice, avoid irritants, and adopt healthy patterns of lifestyle.



Types of Pneumonia

There are different types of pneumonia. Atypical Pneumonia: Bacteria are responsible for these types of pnuemonia, including walking pneumonia. A person suffering from this variety could have a dry cough. It is a mild variety, and the patient need not be admitted to the hospital. It is not necessary that only the learned can write about Types Bronchitis. As long as one ahs a flair for writing, and an interest for gaining information on Types Bronchitis, anyone can write about it.



  • Opportunistic pneumonia: As long as your immune system is in good condition, you don't have to worry about contracting this disease.
  • However, people with weak immune systems should take special care not to get infected.
  • We have taken the privilege of proclaiming this article to be a very informative and interesting article on Bronchitis Pneumonia.
  • We now give you the liberty to proclaim it too.



Types of Bronchitis

Basically, there are two types of bronchitis--acute and chronic bronchitis. Acute bronchitis is a short-term condition accompanied by a bad flu or a cold. It can keep you in a miserable condition for around two weeks. In certain cases, viral bronchitis can last for 8-12 weeks. Shocked

Causes, symptoms, and treatment of Bronchitis Around ninety percent of the people contract acute bronchitis due to viral infection. Many cases are also caused due to bacterial infection. If you contract acute bronchitis many times, you might contract chronic bronchitis sooner or later. Infection need not always be the cause for acute bronchitis. If you live in a dirty, polluted area or if you a heavy smoker, you stand a greater risk of contracting chronic bronchitis.

The condition is due to viral infection, polluted conditions, or heavy smoking, it is of no use taking antibiotics because they can do nothing to eliminate irritants or viruses. Antibiotics are useful only in case of bacterial infection. Shocked

Gram negative bacteria causes certain cases of community-acquired pneumonia. It also attacks people suffering from chronic lung disorders and children suffering from cystic fibrosis. Having been given the assignment of writing an interesting presentation on Bronchitis, this is what we came up with. Just hope you find it interesting too! Surprised.



  • Aspiration Pneumonia: In this condition, bacteria are present in the oral cavity.
  • If the bacteria remain in the oral cavity, they are harmless.
  • However, if they penetrate the lungs, perhaps due to a weakening of the gag reflex, they could cause pneumonia.



Several factors are responsible for pneumonia; however, the major causes of this condition are bacteria. - Streptococcus pneumoniae causes community-acquired pneumonia in around 20-60 percent adults and 13-30 percent children. Laughing

Group A or streptococcus pyogenes is also responsible for pneumonia. - Staphylococcus aureus causes pneumonia in about 10-15 percent of hospitalized people. A fragile immune system and pre-existing viral influenza go hand in hand with this variety of pneumonia. This article on Types Bronchitis was written with the intention of making it very memorable to its reader. Only then is an article considered to have reached it's objective.

What is Pneumonia?

Pneumonia is a severe infection of the lungs in which pus and other fluids fill the alveoli and prevent the free flow of air into the lungs. Due to this, the body does not get sufficient oxygen, and the cells are unable to function normally. Headache, excessive sweating, fatigue, and lack of appetite are some of the symptoms of pneumonia. The condition, if not treated with care, can cause death.



  • Chronic bronchitis is a long-term condition that can last anywhere from three weeks to two years.
  • It always comes with a danger of relapse.
  • In severe cases of chronic bronchitis, the bronchi get dilated, and this makes the patient more vulnerable to all types of infection.
  • Due to its life-threatening nature, it should be taken seriously, and proper medical care should be taken to keep it in check.



First, the Cause:

Acute bronchitis may become chronic if it is not properly treated and relieved. When a cold is allowed to continue, the infection may extend down into the lungs and become chronic. Occasionally, if it is not cured, it may encourage the development of tuberculosis or some other serious chronic lung disease. Evil or Very Mad



  • Echinacea: Strengthen the immune system and to help the body promote the overall health of the upper respiratory tract.
  • Also relieves sore throat. Very Happy
  • The Symptoms: Almost continual coughing; coughing up quantities of mucus and phlegm; shortness of breath and wheezing.
  • These symptoms may become very severe and disabling.




Some forms of stomach trouble may be a cause of bronchitis and even pneumonia. This is particularly true of those persons who bring up acid and other stomach contents into the mouth while asleep, and then aspirate it into their lungs.


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It's a good remedy for many health problems. It could almost be called a "cure-all." It's good for colds, influenza, asthma, coughs. It soothes nerves, help liver and kidneys, and helps most all stomach problems.

The Natural Treatment:

If the person is a smoker the most important thing is to stop smoking (read the nicotine addiction guide). Eat alkaline foods. Fruit juices of all kinds, especially pineapple, lemon, orange, and grape fruit are best, as they help to loosen and cut the phlegm.



  • Everyone should keep herbs on hand for colds and influenza and not let them develop into chronic bronchial trouble.
  • Medicinal Herbs Sage: Used for bronchitis and al kinds of lung trouble and throat sicknesses.
  • Writing this composition on Bronchitis Remedies was a significant contribution of ours in the world of literature.
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The First Thing to Know is What is Bronchitis

When the airways become swollen or irritated, you have acute bronchitis. This condition, bronchitis almost always causes coughing and a few other respiratory problems. People mostly refer to bronchitis as a chest cold. This condition is most frequent in the winter time. Because this season is mostly known for colds or for the flue, this is the reason why acute bronchitis is common in the winter. Bronchitis first start when at first you have had an upper respiratory problem. Children are more at risk of developing acute bronchitis than adults are. The illness, either flu or the cold starts to spread from the nose and your throat to the airways, thus causing bronchitis. Acute bronchitis is not a very serious illness, unlike chronic bronchitis. The maximum period that one can have acute bronchitis is about two weeks and the minimum is as less as five days. However, short the period of time that you can have bronchitis, coughing, which is the trade mark for.

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Your child is also more at risk of developing acute bronchitis, if she/ he also suffers from other medical problems. The main problems that one can have and thus increase the risk of bronchitis are allergies, asthma, heart problems and recurring problems with tonsils. Children who are born early, premature babies also have an increased risk of developing acute bronchitis. vaccinations against germs may be a helpful way to decrease the risk of developing acute bronchitis, especially in children. Be also very careful not to smoke around the child. Writing this composition on Chronic Bronchitis was a significant contribution of ours in the world of literature. Make this contribution worthwhile by using it. Rolling Eyes

Bronchitis can Last Even After the Illness Has Been Cured

The main reason that one develops acute bronchitis is because of an infection. Almost all infections that then lead to acute bronchitis are caused by a virus. Acute bronchitis can also be caused by bacteria or a fungus, but these are very rare cases of bronchitis infection. Furthermore, you can also develop acute bronchitis if you are exposed daily to chemicals that get into your body through air. Smoke, dust or vapors can also cause acute bronchitis. If you live in an area that is polluted, the risk of developing acute bronchitis is higher and you are also more at risk of recurrence of bronchitis. There is also another problem if the child or person lives around people that smoke, his/ her chances of developing acute bronchitis are much higher.

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