Causes of anemia
Long-term exposure to irritants like tobacco smoke, dust, fumes, or air pollution is typically what leads to chronic bronchitis. Lung cancer is significantly more likely to develop in people with chronic bronchitis.
The main sign of chronic bronchitis is a persistent cough that produces mucus, which is a sticky liquid. A dry or wet cough that produces mucus can occur. Among the additional signs of chronic bronchitis are:
- Breathing problems
- Chest ache
- Appetite loss
What are the treatments for Chronic Bronchitis?
Chronic bronchitis cannot be cured, but treatment can lessen symptoms and shield against complications. Chronic bronchitis is treated with:
- Giving up smoking
- Reducing contact with irritants
- Using drugs (such as bronchodilators and inhaled corticosteroids) to widen the airways and ease symptoms
- Getting the influenza and pneumonia vaccines
- Oxygen treatment
- Rehabilitation for lungs
- In severe cases, surgery
How can Chronic Bronchitis be prevented?
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