It depends on the type of bronchitis. If it is acute bronchitis then it is contraindicated. If it is chronic, and considered a COPD, then it is indicated in helping relieve sore chest muscles and also improving lung function by encouraging sputum.
The main symptoms of chronic bronchitis include: Dyspnea (shortness of breath), Wheezing, Coughing and sputum production. Other symptoms can include: muscle aches, nasal congestion, fatigue, a sore throat and headaches.
Yellow sputum can be a indication of respiratory ailments like Asthma, pneumonia, bronchitis and the common cold.
Chronic bronchitis can be serious in any animal including humans.
chronic bronchitis and emphysema
Web MD is a great tool to look for information on chronic bronchitis. I would start at this website and look for symptoms and treatment of chronic bronchitis.
what is the treatment for chronic bronchitis
Defined clinically as a daily cough with production of sputum for 3 months, two years in a row. In chronic bronchitis, there is inflammation and swelling of the lining of the airways that lead to narrowing and obstruction of the airways. The inflammation stimulates production of mucous (sputum), which can cause further obstruction of the airways. Obstruction of the airways, especially with mucus, increases the likelihood of bacterial lung infections.
Chronic bronchitis is more common in people over 40 years old
No, COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is the name given to chronic emphysema or chronic bronchitis or a combination of both.
Radon is a cause of lung cancers, not for bronchitis.