Asthma Bronchitis

Asthma bronchitis is a type of respiratory illness; it causes inflammation in the bronchi and passageways that regulate airflow into the lungs. In this condition, the tubes start to swell and create extra mucus. It might lead to chronic cough, shortness of breathing, wheezing, and other respiratory disorders. Asthma and bronchitis both are inflammatory airway situations where the lining of the respiratory passage gets blocked and increases the irritations.

For many people, asthma is a minor issue. It can be a critical one if you neglect the signs and symptoms at an early stage. Specifically, elders have the possibility of getting this illness. It happens because of the viral infection in the upper respiratory organ of the body. Bronchitis is not entirely curable as it changes with time depending on the health conditions. The risk of acute bronchitis may increase if you smoke or are exposed to air pollution.

Symptoms

The symptoms of Asthma bronchitis may vary among every individual. As it's a combination of two diseases, you might have experienced the following signs:

  • Breathing problems
  • Chest pain and tightness
  • Non Productive dry cough
  • Wheezing
  • Production of excess mucus

Some serious signs that might trigger a life-threatening situation

  • Changes in consciousness level and dizziness
  • Bluish coloration of the fingernails or lips
  • Difficulty in breathing and choking issues
Causes of Asthma Bronchitis

Asthma bronchitis is the co-occurrence of two diseases- acute bronchitis and asthma. There are many reasons for having this illness that may trigger the risk factors.

  • Tobacco smoke and air pollution
  • Various allergens like dust, pollen, mold, animal dander, and foods
  • Certain types of medicines
  • Viral infections
  • Excessive physical activities or exercise
  • Climatic changes
  • Chemicals (sulphur dioxide, ammonia, and hydrochloric acid)
  • Respiratory infections
  • Existing lung illness
How 7DMC Can Help?

With proper medication from the early stage, you can reduce the complexities of asthma-related issues and congestion of airway passage. Taking prevention also helps you in controlling the severity of uncertain asthma attacks. For short-term bronchitis, you may not need any antibiotics or heavy-dose medicines. You can control it by operating these simple guidelines by our experts:

  • Dedicatedly follow an action plan for asthma designed by our physicians. Starting from doctor consultation and treatments, maintain this routine.
  • You may take vaccines for viral infections or influenza. It might reduce the infection rate.
  • Monitor your pulse rate and oxygen level. Check whether you are having breathing issues.
  • Avoid smoking and safeguard yourself from air pollution problems. Identify the risk triggering factors like pollens, dust, allergic substances, etc.
  • If you have serious issues, you might use an inhaler for quick relief. Consult your doctor to adjust your medical treatment as per the need.

We at 7DMC provide practical solutions to asthma bronchitis and frequent viral infection issues. We do a chest scan or X-ray to figure out the evidence and condition of the disease. Then we proceed further with all the medications as per the requirement. So, you can reduce the risk of complications by maintaining a scheduled treatment plan as per our health care experts.