Respiratory Diseases

bronchitis

asthma

allergic-rhinitis

tonsillitis

sinusitis

deviated-nasal-septum

Introduction

Enlarged Adenoids – It Is the name given to a lump of lymphoid tissue that sits between the tonsils, higher up in the back of the mouth. Adenoids trap germs that enter the body through the nose. This tissue cannot be seen without special instruments or x-rays since it is hidden behind the roof of the mouth. It is located right behind the nose, and if it is large enough, it can block air from flowing through the nose.

Sore throat – Discomfort, pain, or scratchiness in the throat are common symptoms of a sore throat. It often makes it painful to swallow. Like colds, the vast majority of sore throats are caused by viral infections. This means most sore throats will NOT respond to antibiotics. Many people have a mild sore throat at the beginning of every cold. When the nose or sinuses become infected, drainage can run down the back of the throat and irritate it, especially at night. Or, the throat itself can be infected.

Tonsillitis – The tonsils are lymph nodes in the back of the mouth and top of the throat. They normally help to filter out bacteria and other microorganisms to prevent infection in the body. They may become so overwhelmed by a bacterial or viral infection that they swell and become inflamed, causing tonsillitis. The infection may also be present in the throat and surrounding areas, causing pharyngitis. Tonsillitis is extremely common, particularly in children.

Pneumonia – A functional disorder of lungs due to exposure to cold that causes inflammation of lungs by attracting micro-organisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi, or parasites, and resultantly the alveoli become filled with fluids causing breathing difficulty.

Asthma – An idiosyncratic reaction of a biological assay that causes swelling of respiratory passages and results in breathing difficulty.

Croup – An idiosyncratic health condition resulting in swelling of the upper respiratory canal, mostly around vocal cords and causing “barking cough.” It is common in children and may also arise due to a reflex from digestive disorders. 

Bronchiolitis – Swelling and inflammation of Bronchioles of the lungs could be from several causes, like exposure to acidic gasses or an allergy, causes difficulty in breathing, and may further aggravate to bronchopneumonia where multiple places in lungs get consolidated. Insecticide sprays have a role to play, especially note that when mosquitoes are more in a season, there are more cases of bronchiolitis than malaria in cities.

COPD:- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, also known as ‘smoker’s lungs,’ is the destruction of lungs due to prolonged exposure to fumes or smoke, or caused by chronic bronchitis with a history of long-term cough and mucus.

Role of Homeopathy In Treating Respiratory Disorders:- The homeopaths can carry out very effective remedial treatments for the above-mentioned and other respiratory disorders after taking a brief medical history of the patients.

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