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Allergies Bronchitis, Do You Recognize the 7 Early Warning
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Allergies Bronchitis - Do You Recognize the 7 Early Warning Signs of Catarrh?
Catarrh is a mucus discharge or blockage caused by the swelling of the mucous membranes in the nasal and sinus passages. Catarrh is usually associated with the common cold. However, it can be a symptom of other diseases and infections such as sinus infection, tonsillitis, ear infections and adenoid infections. Catarrh also occurs with allergies.

Stuffy Nose
Mucus may become thick and block the nasal passages making a stuffy nose. This is often the first symptom of the onset of a cold or allergy. Ignorance is bliss, is it? Isn't it better to learn more than not to know about something like Bronchitis. So we have produced this article so that you can learn more about it!

Sore Throat
The throat may become sore due to thick mucus that flows into the throat. 6. Throat clearing You may find yourself wanting to clear your throat often. This signals that mucus is dripping into your throat, also known as post-nasal drip. A rolling stone gathers no moss. So if I just go on writing, and you don't understand, then it is of no use of me writing about Bronchitis! Whatever written should be understandable by the reader.

Here are the 7 Warning Signs of Catarrh
1. Nasal discharge A runny nose may be the first sign of catarrh. The nasal discharge may become thick as infection sets in. If it is clear, it may mean that the mucus is caused by an allergy. When the mucus is thick and green or yellow in color, it signals a possible infection such as sinusitis, rhinitis or bronchitis. :o.
  • Coughing A post-nasal drip is mucus that drips into the throat instead of coming out of the nose.
  • This may be because the nasal passages are stuffy or swollen.
  • The mucus can collect in the throat, inducing a coughing reaction to remove the excess phlegm.

There are early warning signs of catarrh that you can be aware of. If you have these symptoms, make sure you seek treatment as soon as you can. The sooner you treat the catarrh the better. Often you can stave off a more serious infection. Sometimes catarrh can be chronic, even occurring daily. When catarrh is chronic it may be associated with an allergy. Seasonal allergies to pollen and moulds account for some catarrh while year-round catarrh may be attributed to allergies to dust or animal dander. It is with much interest that we got about to write on Bronchitis. So we do hope that you too read this article with the same, if not more interest!

Mouth Breathing
You may be breathing through your mouth often, especially at night. This may be more noticeable with children who have catarrh. Writing is something that has to be done when one is in the mood to write. So when we got in the mood to write about Bronchitis, nothing could stop us from writing!

There are At Home Remedies to Treat Catarrh
The best thing you can do is to try to keep the mucus thin by increasing humidity in the air. This can easily be done using a humidifier at home or in the office. Alternatively, you can boil some water and inhale the steam. When the sinuses are painful, apply a hot compress to the face, which will help loosen the thick mucus. We were actually wondering how to get about to writing about Bronchitis. However once we started writing, the words just seemed to flow continuously!

Catarrh may signal the beginning of more serious illnesses. These may include rhinitis, sinus infection and bronchitis. Take care to treat the symptoms of catarrh seriously. If your catarrh continues to worsen or is chronic, you should consult with your doctor.
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Peppermint is Another Great One We are All Familiar With
There is a reason for those after dinner mints! It helps to ease the digestion and relieve after dinner indigestion. Penetration into the world of Bronchitis Dry proved to be our idea in this article. Read the article and see if we have succeeded in this or not!

Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata) For anxiety and nervous states, great for mild cases of insomnia, especially for those who wake during the night and can't get back to sleep. Great for children or adults. Useful for indigestion and diarrhoea that is anxiety or nerve related. Mild nerve pain such as neuralgia or sciatica may be relieved. Smile

An herb may look a certain way; have a certain colour or taste. This leads to the knowledge of what the herb can be used for. For example, ginseng can look like a man, it is found to be an all over tonic for men. Pennywort looks like an ear, and is excellent for soothing ear aches. Herbs with a yellow colouring, eg Dandelion, are perfect for the liver, as are bitter tasting herbs.

Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) One of the most useful herbs for children with skin problems, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and allergy type rashes. An expectorant for temporary relief of dry spasmodic coughs and bronchitis. Red Clover is also used for menopausal conditions, such as hot flushes. We consider that we have only touched the perimeter of information available on Bronchitis Dry. There is still a lot more to be learnt!

Quote:An herbal infusion can also be used externally, allow them to cool before using. Herbs such as Sage, Thyme and Calendula are great for using on wounds to clean out any germs. We use sage and/or thyme with great success on our cat after he's been in a fight. This stops the infection that often leads to abscesses in cats. Eyebright is great to use on tired sore and/or itchy eyes. Herbs such as Rosemary, chamomile and sage can be used in the hair. Rosemary is used to fight dandruff and Chamomile and Sage can add shine, chamomile to lighten fair hair and sage for dark hair. Perhaps you may not have been interested in this passage on Bronchitis. In that case, please don't spread this feedback around!

Herbal Teas are Really Popular
Whether you drink them just for the taste or for medicinal purposes, there is one or a combination of herbs that will suit everyone. Perfection has been achieved in this article on Bronchitis Dry. There is hardly any matter left from this article that is worth mentioning.Perfection has been achieved in this article on Bronchitis Dry. There is hardly any matter left from this article that is worth mentioning.

Herbs can be Used in a Variety of Ways
We use them just for the enjoyment of their taste in cooking and in herbal teas. It is interesting to note that the herbs we use in cooking, generally, have a role in helping digestion. Herbs such as basil, oregano and thyme can all ease the digestive process. Garlic and ginger, used often in our cooking are very beneficial to our health. Both these herbs have many different medicinal qualities about them. If there is the slightest possibility of you not getting to understand the matter that is written here on Bronchitis, we have some advice to be given. Use a dictionary!

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Using Herbs
From the earliest of times, herbs have been used as medicines, flavourings, colourings. Herbal medicine has developed by intuition and experimentation. Following the doctrine of signatures, wise medicine women and men over the centuries, have been able to develop the knowledge we now have which allows us to use herbs safely. The doctrine of signatures is simple and is helped along with intuition. This article serves as a representative for the meaning of Bronchitis in the library of knowledge. Let it represent knowledge well.
  • Garlic boosts our immune system, helps to keep the arteries clear and is good for any heart condition.
  • Ginger warms us, by improving the circulation, eases nausea and is great for those suffering with arthritic aches and pains.
  • Slang is one thing that has not been included in this composition on Bronchitis.
  • It is because slang only induces bad English, and loses the value of English.

Making an herbal infusion (tea) is simple; even in you don't have teabags. To make herbal infusions or teas, place the desired amount of dried herb (usually 1-2 teaspoons) in a warmed teapot and cover with boiling water. Allow the tea to infuse for about 10 minutes. A tea infuser can be used in place of a teapot or bag, to make just a cup, or for the convenience of taking it with you when you are out. You may like to mix your herbs to make your own special brew. We needed lots of concentration while writing on Bronchitis as the matter we had collected was very specific and important.

Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra): A delicious tea which is a soothing digestive remedy, for the relief of colic, gastric ulcerations, inflammations and diarrhoea. Useful for bronchial problems, such as catarrh, bronchitis and dry, asthmatic like coughs.
  • Raspberry Leaf (Rubus ideaus) Known as a pregnancy herb.
  • Raspberry leaf tea helps to tone and prepare the womb for labour and helps relieve heavy periods.
  • Also useful as a mouth gargle for sore throats, mouth ulcers, bleeding gums and inflammations

Peppermint (Mentha piperita): A relaxing and refreshing drink. Stimulates digestive juices, calms stomach and digestive tract. Relieves nausea and vomiting, great for morning sickness. Valuable in the treatment of fevers especially with a cold or flu. Can relieve headaches, painful periods and eases anxiety and tension. The magnitude of information available on Bronchitis Dry can be found out by reading the following matter on Bronchitis Dry. We ourselves were surprised at the amount!

The Role of Herbs in Our Lives is Endless
From cooking to beauty and health. Following are some common herbs and their medicinal qualities. You can make some up in teas, mix them together to find your own personal blend or simply use a teabag.
  • Modern medicine has followed the wisdom and knowledge of ancient ways and extracted the healing properties from herbs.
  • The use of herbs in our modern society is just as popular as it has always been.
  • Chamomile (Matricaria recutita): Well known for it's calming effects, it can be used to ease insomnia and anxiety.
  • Also a calmative for digestive complaints.
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  • Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale): Best known for its use as a liver tonic, making it ideal for a variety of digestive complaints and skin problems.
  • A complimentary herb for all liver cleansing diets and de-toxifying.
  • Maintaining the value of Bronchitis was the main reason for writing this article.
  • Only in this way will the future know more about Bronchitis.
  • Yes and no.
  • It is not a trick question or answer.
  • The real answer is - it depends.
  • Bronchitis is divided into two very different categories.
  • First is acute bronchitis which is what most think of when they hear the word bronchitis.
  • This type of bronchitis is caused by a viral infection called influenza and is highly contagious.
  • It is easily spread by coughing, sneezing, and even simply breathing.
  • The infection is caused by air borne germs.
  • There is truly no way to protect yourself from the germs that are spread around by someone with the virus.

Regardless of the type of bronchitis that you have, any cough lasting more than one week is reason to seek professional medical advice. An ounce of prevention can be priceless. If you are in a public environment where many people have access to it, avoid contact with anyone who has a hacking cough. Wash your hands frequently with an antibacterial soap. Disinfect items that may have had direct contact with anyone who has displayed a hacking cough. If someone in you home as a hacking cough, be sure to disinfect door handles, the bathrooms and use a disinfectant air spray to remove and kill any airborne viral infections floating around. We would like you to leisurely go through this article on Bronchitis Symptoms to get the real impact of the article. Bronchitis Symptoms is a topic that has to be read clearly to be understood.

Bright Blessings,
Ashira ***** ashira@ashira.ws Ashira is a Practicing Pagan for over 15 years. Currently she is a featured columnist at ***** There is a lot of jargon connected with Bronchitis. However, we have eliminated the difficult ones, and only used the ones understood by everyone.

A person has acute bronchitis and it continues for longer than a week medical advice is called for. There maybe another underlying cause of the bronchitis that only a doctor will be able to find. Similarly, if you have bronchitis more often than once a year, you should seek medical advice. In most all cases bronchitis is caused by viruses; however, in some cases there may be a bacterial infection which will only be able to be treated properly by antibiotics. It has been proven that antibiotics that are over prescribed for viral infections may actually create other infections such as yeast infections. Only a doctor will be able to tell if it is bacterial or viral.

The second type of bronchitis is called chronic bronchitis. This form of bronchitis is not contagious. It has almost identical symptoms including the common cough and wheezing found in acute bronchitis. However, it is cause by a very different group of sources. Smoking, second hand smoke, or other air borne allergies are the culprits that cause the chronic bronchitis. Many times this form of bronchitis is the first sign of more serious respiratory conditions. Like the acute form, antibiotics will have no effect on this form of bronchitis.

Unfortunately, viral infections can not be treated by traditional antibiotics. The person carrying the virus is contagious for as long as they are showing any symptoms of bronchitis. This includes the well known hacking cough commonly associated with bronchitis. These symptoms can also include a wet mucous discharge from the cough, fever, headache, and fatigue.
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