Pulmonary Respiratory Diseases
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Treatments for the pulmonary and respiratory diseases with the methods described here are explained with more details under the methods.
The most common diseases of the respiratory systems are: diseases of the upper respiratory tracts, such as the nose, pharynx, larynx, the trachea, diseases of the lungs and other conditions.
1. Diseases of the nose: inflammation of the epithelium of the nose (rhinitis), eczema of the nose, ulcer and nose bleedings.
-Rhinitis is demonstrated during the regular cold, viral infections, chronical inflammations, during existence of polyps, allergies and similar.
-Eczema is a consequence of the constant overstimulation of the nasal epithelium, inflammations of the same, as a consequence of diabetes, kidney diseases, and allergies.
-Nasal ulcer is a consequence of more difficult infections of the nasal epithelium with pain and redness, formation of ulcerations and spread of the same superiorly which sometimes can cause pain and redness of the eyelids.
-Nasal bleeding is a condition that appears because of the increase in the blood pressure, heart conditions, brain conditions, cirrhosis of the liver, thrombosis and similar.
2. Diseases of the pharynx and larynx- The most common diseases are laryngitis, pharyngitis. Typical characteristics of those conditions are strong pain, difficulty swallowing, talking and breathing, coughing and fever. Sometimes other infections, too cold or too hot food, carbonated drinks can inflame the throat.
3. Diseases of the trachea and bronchi- the most common conditions are inflammations of the trachea and bronchi (bronchitis) and bronchial asthma.
-Bronchitis is the inflammation is a condition of the epithelium and it manifest itself with difficulties breathing, coughing, the causes are most often presence of foreign objects, dust, allergens, chemical substances, poisonous and similar. It can be either acute or chronic.
-Acute bronchitis is inflammation of the respiratory tracts and often is followed by coughing, typhus and measles. The common sign is strong cough attacks, dry in the beginning and then is followed with a lot of mucus, the typical gurgling sound can be heard and inappropriate treatment can lead to:
-Chronical bronchitis its characteristics are long cough attacks especially in the morning and in the evening, chest pain, often followed by bacterial infections. The sputum is yellow green color. It is more procuring with the smokers.
-Bronchial asthma is a chronic immune disease of the respiratory tracts. Typical signs are paleness, difficulty breathing, apnea and suffocation, attacks and difficulties spitting out the mucus. The causes can be of different natures: dust, professional occupation with asbestos and poisons, smoking, consumption of some types of food and drinks, emotional problems, climate conditions, genetic predispositions, reduced ability and some other conditions.
4. Pulmonary diseases most often we are dealing with Pneumonia and Bronchopneumonia
-Pneumonia is an either acute or chronical inflammation of the alveoli, where the normal oxygen exchange in the alveoli is interrupted most often because of accumulation of damaging and poisonous materials.
-Bronchopneumonia is a condition where parts of the lungs are dysfunctional most often because of inflammations with sudden fever, cough, wheezing when breathing, and loss of appetite, increased pulse. This condition can cause other more serious conditions as well.
5. Other conditions: cold, flu, tumors, cancers.