Handling For Choking?
Is Exercise important? R nIf someone chokes and is still breathing whether if left (not removed) will be dangerous? R nIf someone has a history of strep throat and after recovering part of the bone connected to the valve sometimes goes up and is difficult to swallow whether normal or not? r nWhat if someone is attacked by TB can from the diet? r nIf someone is eating his concentration suddenly breaks and dangerous? r nIf someone who is eating instantaneously inhales the air and deliberately the food goes into throat how to prevent it?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Without further debate, exercise is important. By exercising, we avoid ourselves from having excess weight, fat accumulation, which conditions can be the origin of the emergence of various diseases ranging from heart disease, high blood pressure, cholesterol and so forth. In addition, by exercising regularly, we also maintain our body shape which will also make us more confident, stay fit and more refreshed overall. There are too many benefits from exercise if one at a time is explained, which is clear if you want to exercise, do not force yourself, do it routinely and start from the movements that you control the most first.
For the next question, choking is the mechanism of the respiratory tract to avoid food, drinks, or other objects that are not supposed to be in the respiratory tract, to get out of the respiratory tract. Depending on the cause, some causes of choking must be removed immediately and some not. For example if what is choked is a coin, then usually certain actions are needed to remove it. Meanwhile, if only a small portion of food, the body's defense mechanism is usually enough to expel itself by coughing. If not removed, the adverse effects can be reduced lung size, respiratory problems, and infections.
Then regarding the history of strep throat, usually strep throat has nothing to do with any of the conditions you mentioned. People who experience inflammation of the throat, usually experience redness in the throat due to bacterial or viral infections, experience difficulty or pain in swallowing, but when it heals, there is no continuation of the disease as you mentioned. If you experience it, then you should check yourself to the doctor for a direct examination in case there are other conditions that actually occur.
Then for tuberculosis or tuberculosis. This is a disease caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis and can attack various tissues in the body even though the most often is the lungs. Transmission of this disease is by air and is more common in those who have a low immune system, children or the elderly, people with HIV / AIDS, living in slums, and often in contact with TB sufferers. Food has no role in the transmission of this disease.
When eating, there is a division of coordination between the food channel and respiratory tract. That's why it's best when eating, someone doesn't talk. Because it can occur when swallowing, it is the respiratory tract that opens and a choking process occurs. Even so, that does not mean also eating must be accompanied by total full concentration. It's enough not to occupy the brain with a variety of other things especially talking so as to prevent or minimize the possibility of choking. If you have choked or the food has entered the throat, then the person will cough, and if it does not come out too, can be helped by other people patting the upper back to help the release of food. This method is also called the backblow maneuver. If that doesn't work, then another maneuver can be tried, namely Heimlich maneuver and chest thrust. For more convenience, see the image below.
So, hopefully answering your question.