Effective Cures for Bronchitis

How To Win Your War Against Bronchitis

How To Win Your War Against Bronchitis

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Louseborne Relapsing Fever

Clinical features Louse-borne relapsing fever is an epidemic disease occurring in the same situations or even at the same time as epidemic typhus. The disease is very similar to tick-borne relapsing fever (see below), with periods of fever lasting for a few days and then recurring after 2-4 days, but the number of relapses is generally less. The onset of fever is sudden with headache, myalgia and vertigo. A transitory petechial rash can occur and other symptoms, such as bronchitis and hepato-splenomegaly, may develop.

Environmental Toxins as Stressors

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As we write this chapter in summer 2002, the events of September 11, 2001, have faded from most people's everyday thoughts. Yet individuals who worked on rescue efforts at Ground Zero in New York or who live in the area are still experiencing serious respiratory illnesses, including asthma and bronchitis caused by exposure to massive amounts of particulate matter and dust (Prezant et al., 2002). Those exposed are at higher risk for cancer because of contact with benzene, PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls, common industrial chemicals), and asbestos as the buildings collapsed and the debris settled (Ritter, 2002). Many experienced severe psychological trauma from witnessing the attack, or contending with its consequences. Such ongoing adverse impacts do not have the same dramatic appeal as hijacked planes flying into skyscrapers, and thus have not received much media attention. However, the number of casualties or illnesses resulting from environmental toxins far surpasses the few...

Tickborne Relapsing Fever

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Clinical features Fever develops with a recurring or relapsing pattern as the name of the disease indicates. The period of fever lasts for a few days and then recurs after 2-5 days, with up to ten or more relapses occurring in the untreated case. The onset of fever is sudden with headache, myalgia and vertigo a transient petechial rash can occur and a variety of other systems may be involved. There can be bronchitis, nerve palsies, hepato-splenomegaly and signs of renal damage.

Acute Respiratory Infections ARI

The acute respiratory infections (ARI) are the commonest causes of ill health in the world. WHO have estimated that there are 14-15 million deaths a year in children under 5 years of age and one-third of these are due to ARI, yet despite their importance, they are a poorly defined group of diseases. They include the common cold, influenza, pneumonia, bronchitis and a number of other infections. They can be separated by clinical criteria, but it is the differing response of the individual to the organism that determines the clinical severity and management. A mild infection from an upper respiratory tract infection in one person may develop in another to a life-threatening attack of pneumonia. It is, therefore, not only the organism that determines the disease, but also the patient's response to the organism. Clinical features ARIs are divided into upper and lower ARIs, the former producing a running nose, sneezing and headache, while the main symptoms of lower respiratory tract...

Energy and the environment

In addition to the chemical effects of ozone and smog formation, there is increasing interest in the health effects of particulate emissions, which are primarily a feature of coal combustion and diesel engine exhaust. The particles are formed through a complex process involving unburned hydrocarbons, sulfur dioxide, and NOx, primarily in fuel-rich flames such as those inherent in diesel engines and the pulverized coal combustion systems used in power stations. The particles formed have a wide size range, but the ones that have come under the most scrutiny for health reasons, and have been the subject of environmental legislation to limit their production, are those under 10 microns (1 micron 10 3 mm) in diameter. This so-called PM10 matter can enter deep into the lungs and there is growing scientific consensus that these can then cause serious heart and lung complaints, including asthma, bronchitis, and even lung cancer and premature death. Recently there has been increasing concern...

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Whereas CVD is an obstructive circulatory condition, COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the fourth leading cause of death and accounting for the loss of some 125 thousand lives, is the consequence of respiratory obstruction. It is a tenacious blockage of oxygen, often the result of emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and or asthma.

Health Effects Of Air Pollution

Most of the effects people experience from air pollution are short term irritation to the eyes, nose, and throat headaches nausea allergic reactions or upper respiratory infections, such as bronchitis and pneumonia. But short-term problems depend not only on the duration of exposure, but also on the concentration of exposure, as seen during the Big Smoke in London in 1952, when 4,000 people died after just a few days of high exposure. Most air-quality standards were developed for average exposures that rise and fall depending on emissions and on environmental conditions. However, the average air quality has continued to decline, causing many people to have more days of exposure to poor air over time.

Depicting and moralising Teessides air pollution

Yet as wider national and international concerns about environmental pollution have grown since the 1970s, Teesside's image as a place beset by abnormally severe air pollution has dogged it. Several disparate examples will illustrate the point. The first relates to the tobacco industry's own interest in Teesside's air pollution. For instance, in the 1950s the tobacco industry was not slow in spotting that Teesside offered a useful laboratory which might assist its efforts to deflect attention from the rising tide of evidence linking tobacco consumption with lung cancer and respiratory illness. Accordingly, research started in the 1950s, funded by the Tobacco Research Council, to examine 'environmental factors associated with lung cancer and bronchitis mortality' (Wicken and Buck 1964). A follow-up study continued this work through the 1960s (Dean and Lee 1977). The conclusions of these studies need not concern us here. The relevant point is that Teesside was seen to provide a suitable...

Health And Environmental Impacts

Bronchitis, pneumonia, decreased resistance to respiratory infections, and even premature death. More Americans die from health problems caused by air pollution than from homicides. Studies by the Harvard School of Public Health and the American Cancer Society identify coal power as a cause of early death. If renewable energy resources are used, it is possible to reduce air pollution and its associated health hazards for the future.

Global Warming And The Spread Of Diseases

Although winter bronchitis and pneumonia may be reduced by global warming , it is quite likely that hay fever and perhaps asthma could increase. A combination of increases in temperature with increasing levels of tropospheric ozone could have clinically important effects, particularly in patients with asthma and chronic obstructive airways disease. (Haines, 1990, 154)

Results for Cost per Kilogram of Pollutant

The impacts quantified by ExternE so far are global warming, health, damage to buildings and materials, and loss of agricultural production. Apart from global warming due to CO2, CH4, and N2O, more than 95 of the costs is due to health impacts, especially mortality. Morbidity (especially chronic bronchitis but also asthma, hospital admissions, etc.) account for almost 30 of the damage cost of PM, NOx, and SO2. The impacts evaluated and the key assumptions are listed in Table 4.2. The resulting damage costs in kg of pollutant are shown in Figure 4.5 for typical sources with stack heights above 50 m in Central Europe. As for variation with site and stack height, the following rules can be recommended for modifying factors

The Cost Of Air Pollution And Pollution Control

Scientists do know that air pollution is related to a number of respiratory diseases, including bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema, lung cancer, bronchial asthma, eye irritation, weakened immune system, and premature lung tissue aging. In addition, lead contamination causes neurological and kidney disease and can be responsible for impaired fetal and mental development. The American Lung Association estimates the annual health costs of exposure to the most serious air pollutants at 40 to 50 billion.

Production and Transportation Fossil Energies

Mining for coal and drilling for oil and natural gas have large environmental costs associated with them. Coal mining, which is a very dangerous occupation, is devastating to the land. Coal can be mined in two ways deep shaft mining and surface mining. Deep shaft mining is used in areas where coal seams are located 100 feet or greater below the surface. This type of mining requires that miners work underground in mine shafts and extract coal by hand. Deep mining is very dangerous to those who work in the mines. Mine shafts can collapse, trapping and killing laborers. Mine shaft explosions can also occur from volatile gas build-up and poor ventilation. Despite numerous safety regulations, this is still a frequent occurrence around the world. Indeed, in countries that lack adequate safeguards, a great number of miners are killed in this manner. China's coal industry is the most hazardous in the world, officially registering 6,000 deaths in 2004 (Watts 2005). In the same year, the United...


Congestive heart failure, chronic bronchitis, chronic cough in children, lower respiratory symptoms, cough in asthmatics) comes from chronic bronchitis due to particles (Abbey et al. 1995). In addition, there maybe significant direct health impacts of SO2, but for direct impacts of NOx, the evidence is less convincing.


Chromosome Patterns

Particles can be a major irritant to the human bronchial and pulmonary systems. The body has natural mechanisms to limit the penetration of these particles into its sensitive areas. The nose is an effective filter for particles of greater than about three pm, and blowing the nose expels these. Smaller particles can penetrate deeper into the bronchial passages where mucous layers and small hairs called cilia catch the particles, which can then be expelled by coughing. The smallest particles, however, may penetrate all the way into the lungs. Irritation of the lung and bronchial tissue by particles prompts the body to produce mucous in self-defense, which can exacerbate existing respiratory problems such as bronchitis and asthma. There is also concern that harmful pollutants in, or attached to, the particles may be absorbed into the body. Heavy metals and carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) from combustion can be introduced into the body in this way.

The Chinese Solution

Two herbs used to treat rheumatism and arthritis, the root of Aconitum kusnezoffei, and chuanwa, the root of Aconitum carmichaeli have caused poisoning and death, as they contain toxic alkyloids 40 . Similarly, the flowers of Datura ' used to treat asthma, chronic bronchitis, stomachaches, and toothaches, induce anticholinergic poisoning. Cigarettes containing Datura for asthma induce tachycardia (rapid heartbeat), dry mouth, dilated pupils, and an array of other symptoms. Datura and Rhododendri are known to contain the alkyloids hyoscyamine, atropine, and scopolamine, which have analgesic, sedative, and anticholinergic properties. Stephania and Magnolia, used in weight loss diets, have also produced nephritis. Licorice extracts contain gly-


The disease process attacks all epithelial surfaces, producing most of its complications in the respiratory tract. Pneumonia is the commonest complication, while lar-yngo-tracheo-bronchitis is serious, with a high mortality. Acute respiratory infections (see Section 13.1) are one of the leading causes of childhood ill health and the sequelae of measles are responsible for a large component of this problem. If the acute pneumonia does not kill, the damage done makes the child more susceptible to further attacks of respiratory infection when the measles has long gone.

Cleaning House

Commercial cleaners are relatively inexpensive and they work well, so you may not feel that making your own cleaning products is a good use of time. But you may have other reasons to do it yourself. Store-bought cleaners may have strong and unpleasant ingredients or added scents, or you may be concerned about allergic and asthmatic reactions to them. People with bronchitis or sinusitis may be especially sensitive.

Human Health

Acid rain has several direct and indirect effects on human health. Particulates are extremely small pollutant particles that can threaten human health. Particulates related to acid rain include fine particles of SO5 and nitrates. These particles can travel long distances and, when inhaled, penetrate deep into the lungs. Acid rain and the pollutants that cause it can lead to the development of bronchitis and asthma in children. Acid rain is also believed to be responsible for increasing health risks to those over the age of sixty-five those with asthma, chronic bronchitis, and emphysema pregnant women and those with histories of heart disease.