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Bronchitis
09-29-2016, 04:04 PM
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Bronchitis - We Do Not Notice When We Hyperventilate!
Practical medical evidence indicates that people can breathe 2-4 times more air every minute and be unaware that their breathing is too heavy. This is exactly the case for patients with heart disease, asthma, bronchitis, chronic fatigue, panic attacks, sleeping problems and many other conditions. The physiological norm for breathing is about 4-6 liters per minute, while medical research found 10-20 liters for the sick people.
  • Usually, people notice that their breathing is heavy when they breathe more than 25 l/min at rest (or 4-6 times the norm!).
  • Such acute episodes of overbreathing are normal during stroke, and asthma, heart, and epilepsy attacks.
  • Having a penchant for Bronchitis Heart led us to write all that there has been written on Bronchitis Heart here.
  • Hope you too develop a penchant for Bronchitis Heart!

First, CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), the Gas We Exhale, is Crucial for Dilation of Blood Vessels
Check it yourself. Start to breathe very heavy in and out just for 1-2 minutes, and you can lose consciousness (faint or pass out) due to low blood supply for the brain. There is another simple test to see the effects of breathing on blood flow. When you get a small accidental bleeding cut, hold your breath and accumulate CO Your blood losses can increase 2-5 times! But in real life, pain and sight of blood make breathing heavier preventing large blood losses and providing valuable time for blood to coagulate. It is a mechanism useful for our survival likely based on natural selection. There has been an uncalculatable amount of information added in this composition on Asthma Bronchitis. Don't try counting it!

Quote:The most surprising effect of any form of hyperventilation is reduced body oxygenation and shorter stress-free breath holding time (index of oxygenation). Why? There are 2 related biochemical effects of over-breathing.

Why is this? Air is Weightless, and Breathing Muscles are Powerful
During rigorous physical exercise we can breathe up to 100-150 l/min. Some athletes can breathe up to 200 l/min. So it is easy to breathe "only" 10-15 l/min at rest (only 10% of our maximum capacity), throughout the day and night and not be aware of this rate of breathing. However, in health, we should breathe only about 3-4% of our maximum breathing rate. We would like you to leisurely go through this article on Bronchitis Heart to get the real impact of the article. Bronchitis Heart is a topic that has to be read clearly to be understood.
  • The second main cause of tissue hypoxia for hyperventilators relates to the Bohr effect, a physiological law discovered about a century ago.
  • This law explains how, why, and where our red blood cells release oxygen.
  • The release takes place in those tissues that have higher CO2 content.
  • Hence, those organs and muscles that produce more CO2 get more O2.
  • Try to imagine the picture: the blood arrives in certain tissues and releases more oxygen in the places with high CO2 concentrations.
  • But when we hyperventilate, low CO2 content in all tissues suppresses O2 release from hemoglobin cells and we suffer from hypoxia.
  • There is a lot of jargon connected with Bronchitis.
  • However, we have eliminated the difficult ones, and only used the ones understood by everyone.

There are 2 parts in his system: breathing exercises and common sense activities, which, as they found, influence breathing. For example, when we breathe through the mouth or sleep on the back at night, our oxygenation index can drop almost 2 times! In relation to other activities, Doctor Buteyko even suggested simple rules for better oxygenation: "Eat only when hungry and stop in time", "Go to sleep when really sleepy and get out of the bed in the morning", "Exercise with nasal breathing only", etc. Many other factors are useful for better oxygenation, as Russian doctors found, for example, raw diets, good posture, normal thermoregulation, relaxation and meditation techniques, forgiveness, moderation, hatha yoga postures, cold shower, etc. Don't be surprised if you find anything unusual here about Bronchitis. There has been some interesting and unusual things here worth reading.

Thousands of medical studies showed and proved other negative effects of overbreathing, such as, abnormal excitability of all nerve cells, bronchoconstriction, reduced activity of many immune cells, muscular spasms, and biochemical changes in rates and directions of many chemical reactions that require normal CO2 content. Sometimes, what we hear about Bronchitis Heart Disease can prove to be rather hilarious and illogical. This is why we have introduced this side of Bronchitis bacterial treatment to you.

Breathing problems are becoming more common as air becomes more polluted. Many alternative therapies, especially herbal medicine and homeopathy, can help in many of the more common conditions that affect the respiratory system.

Consult a qualified practitioner/therapist for: Acupressure Coughing spasms in the upper back can be relieved by pressure on the point between the shoulder blade and spine, at heart level.

Consult a Qualified Practitioner/Therapist for:
Homeopathy Remedies will be prescribed for the individual case but may include the following: Aconite 6c for fever, tight chest, tickly cough, and thirst might be recommended; Kali bich. 6c when there is loose white sputum, a rattling cough, and irritability; Phosphorus 6c for voice loss, burning throat, cough, and thirst; Pulsatilla for dry Every cloud has a silver lining; so consider that this article on Wheezing Bronchitis to be the silver lining to the clouds of articles on Wheezing Bronchitis. It is this article that will add more spice to the meaning of Wheezing Bronchitis. Smile

For a Spasmodic Painful Cough
Magnesia phos. for a loose, rattling cough with watery phlegm 'Calcarea, alternating with Ferrum phos. Aromatherapy Massage chest and back with essential oils-eucalyptus, sandalwood, frankincense, and myrrh are recommended. Add essential oils to hot water and inhale to help expel phyegm. For a dry, hard cough, try cypress, hyssop, bergamot, or cammomile oil used as steam inhalations. Did you ever believe that there was so much to learn about Chronic Bronchitis? Neither did we! Once we got to write this article, it seemed to be endless.

Cough At Night When Lying Down, Lack of Thirst, and Loose Green Sputum in the Morning
Traditional Chinese Medicine This treatment aims to improve lung energy with remedies such as plantain seed, balloon flower root, honeysuckle flowers, or gardenia fruit. We worked as diligently as an owl in producing this composition on Bronchitis. So only if you do read it, and appreciate its contents will we feel our efforts haven't gone in vain.
  • Herbal Medicine A cupful of elecampane infusion, three times daily, can be helpful in clearing mucus and easing a bronchial cough.
  • And taking garlic capsules every night in winter and herbal teas cold twice daily may help prevent a recurrence of acute bronchitis.
  • Variety is the spice of life.
  • So we have added as much variety as possible to this matter on Bronchitis Wheezing to make it's reading relevant, and interesting!

Acupuncture An imbalance in the flow of energy to the lungs can be treated by inserting needles into the Lung meridian on the arms, or into the meridian of another organ with a related rhythm. Wink

Coughs Coughing is the body's natural way of clearing irritation and congestion from the lungs and airways. A dry cough is reacting to an irritant, a productive cough helps to expel congested phlegm. A common cold or influenza is usually accompanied by a cough. But coughs can be a sign of other respiratory problems (a hoarse cough may indicate laryngitis in an adult and croup or whooping cough in a child), or more serious breathing disorders (see Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Emphysema, and Asthma). Go ahead and read this article on Symptoms Bronchitis. We would also appreciate it if you could give us an analysis on it for us to make any needed changes to it.

For a Hard, Dry Cough With Fever
Ferrum phos. for a cough with thick, white phlegm - Kali mur. for a cough with yellow phlegm that is worse at night - Kali sulf. There is sure to be a grin on your face once you get to read this article on Bronchial Cough. This is because you are sure to realize that all this matter is so obvious, you wonder how come you never got to know about it!

Treatment Herbal Medicine Make infusions of the following: for most coughs white horehound is effective for a hard cough use mullein for an irritating cough in adults use wild lettuce, and in children wild cherry bark (a mild sedative) The more readers we get to this writing on Chronic Bronchitis, the more encouragement we get to produce similar, interesting articles for you to read. So read on and pass it to your friends.
  • Symptoms of bronchitis include a persistent cough producing phlegm, breathlessness, chest pains, fever, and headache.
  • Treatment Aromatherapy Take deep inhalations of eucalyptus and sweet thyme.
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Bronchitis/wheezing Bronchitis is an inflammation of the airways that connect the windpipe to the lungs (bronchi). Acute bronchitis lasts up to two weeks and is caused by a variety of viruses and bacteria. It can be dangerous in the elderly and those with heart disease. Chronic bronchitis treatments serious and can last for months, getting progressively worse. It is usually caused by breathing polluted air or smoking. Coal miners and construction workers, for example, are particularly susceptible. Never be reluctant to admit that you don't know. There is no one who knows everything. So if you don't know much about Wheezing Bronchitis, all that has to be done is to read up on it!
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