- The ingestion of toxic gases causes chronic bronchitis into our lungs over a long period.
- Smoking is one of the leading causes of chronic bronchitis.
- Chronic bronchitis occurs if we live in dust and smoke in a mill area for a long time.
Signs and Symptoms:
- Coughing occurs in the early stages of the patient.
- The patient has difficulty breathing and feels uncomfortable pressure in the chest.
- Chronic bronchitis is one of the symptoms of whooping cough: repeatedly coughing after waking up in the morning and shortness of breath. A little mucus comes out with the cough, and the patient is relieved a bit. At the beginning of the diseases, there is a dry cough. The cough does not come out very much.
- Being infected by germs increases the amount of phlegm and takes the form of thick pus.
- Then there may be a patient fever. The patient fever increases.
- The patient can make breathing difficult.
- At this time, the patient suffers from shortness of breath. The patient also causes shortness of breath while sitting while the disease gradually increases.
- For this reason, it can be wrong to think that asthma will cause by cough or bronchitis.
- The patient should avoid areas full of dust, smoke, gas, etc.
- Chronic bronchitis people should quit smoking altogether.
- Antibiotics should be given o prevent bacterial infections.
If the patient is more ill, then the patient should be sent to the hospital.
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