Bronchitis is a disease of the lower respiratory tract, most often caused by viruses. As a result of a viral infection, the cilium epithelium lining the respiratory tracts becomes damaged. This increases the risk of a bacterial superinfection, the development of the condition and may lead to complications. »
Acute and chronic bronchitis are serious diseases of the lower respiratory tract, requiring proper treatment. They mainly differ in the duration of the symptoms, partially in the treatment method but the prevention of these diseases is very similar.
If you want to effectively protect yourself against bronchitis, you should: »
stop smoking, also try to avoid passive smoking– smoking increases the risk of bronchitis,
effectively treat the symptoms of even a regular common cold – a seemingly harmless infection of the upper respiratory tract (cough, rhinitis, sore throat), when not fully treated may result in bronchitis,
avoid contact with smoke, dust,
if possible, avoid staying among large groups of people in seasons of increased incidence,
wash your hands regularly,
make sure you get enough sleep, a balanced diet and do regular exercise outdoors – to strengthen the body’s resistance.
Rhinitis is one of the first symptoms of an infection of the upper respiratory tract. Rhinitis, in the course of the common cold can change – it is sometimes watery or thick and yellow or green in colour. Do you know what is the most common course of rhinitis during a typical common cold?
As a result of a viral infection, the permeability of fine blood vessels of the nasal mucous membrane decreases. »
When you catch rhinitis it is usually a sign that your body has a viral infection of the upper respiratory tract. It is extremely important to treat rhinitis quickly and effectively. As a result, the infection will not develop and you will quickly recover. »
When you catch the common cold in autumn, you suffer from rhinitis and you cannot breathe freely. Besides medications from a pharmacy, you can also use proven home remedies which will help you fight this unpleasant trouble.. »
It is easy to get a cold during pregnancy, especially during an unpleasant autumn or winter. Rhinitis is often the first symptom of the common cold. You should not underestimate it, especially during pregnancy, because if left untreated it can lead to the development of other illnesses – sinusitis and even acute infections of the lower respiratory tract. »
Rhinitis, namely the common cold, is a frequent symptom of an infection of the upper respiratory tract. It is caused by an inflammatory condition of the nasal mucous membrane attacked by viruses. As a result of the infection, the nasal mucous membrane swells, reducing the permeability of fine blood vessels. »
Rhinitis is very frequently a symptom of an infection of the upper respiratory tract. It may also mean an allergy, namely the body’s hypersensitivity reaction to an allergic factor (the allergen). Rhinitis accompanying an allergy is most often persistent and watery. »
If you suffer from rhinitis, the cause is usually a banal viral infection of the upper respiratory tract which can happen to anyone in the autumn-winter period. However, when you have no other symptoms of the common cold apart from rhinitis (sore throat, cough, increased body temperature), ensure you know how to differentiate between allergic rhinitis and viral rhinitis before you administer the proper medication.
Allergic rhinitis is a hypersensitivity reaction to an allergenic factor (the allergen). »
It might seem that rhinitis is a harmless complaint which you can treat on your own using over the counter medications. However, before you use the proper medication for rhinitis you should learn what types of rhinitis there are in order to treat it quickly and effectively. Viral rhinitis, purulent rhinitis, sinus rhinitis, allergic rhinitis, chronic rhinitis are the most common types of rhinitis. »