Often Feel Stuffy With A History Of Bronchitis.?
, I was 23 years old, when I was a child I had bronchitis if I am not mistaken (my mother said), when I was in elementary school I had fallen when I jumped rope until I passed out, now when I was in junior high I had fallen again. From the school masses I have never felt strong to stand long (like a ceremony), if I stand for a long time the pain hurts a little congested and feels good when I sit down, and when I am in college until now after graduating I still often feel short of breath sort of stuffy so generally often appeared when I was exhausted, and my weight has also never increased from junior high until now, my height is approximately 155 and weight 40 but sometimes dropped to 39 sometimes increased to 41, but never more than that. And every month I must be a bit nervous and have a cold cough, but only for a short time (about 1 week) Are there any indications of my spots, or bronchitis recurrence or why do I guess? And what should I do? please enlighten me.Thank you 🙏
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If you view from the information you convey, it could be indeed, your complaints are caused by chronic inflammation of the digestive tract, both by chronic bronchitis or tuberculosis (lung spots).
Chronic bronchitis is a condition in which the air passages leading to the lungs become inflamed. The main cause is usually related to smoking. Passive exposure to cigarette smoke, air pollution, dust or other toxic gases in the environment, and infections can also contribute to this disease.
Meanwhile, tuberculosis (TB) occurs when Mycobacterium tuberculosis enters and infects the lungs. This condition is usually transmitted from sufferers to other people through splashes of airway mucus that comes out, for example when sufferers cough, sneeze, or also spit. People with poor immune system, for example infants, children, the elderly, and also people with HIV are far more at risk of contracting this disease.
Clinically, both chronic bronchitis and pulmonary TB can both cause tightness or other discomfort around the chest as you feel. Not only that, bronchitis and pulmonary TB can also cause coughs, colds, mild fevers that do not heal, excessive sweat production, weight gain is difficult, weakness, fatigue, decreased appetite, and many other complaints. These two conditions can often be distinguished through in-depth interviews, coupled with physical examinations and some supporting tests, for example x-rays, sputum testing, laboratories, and so on.
In addition to chronic bronchitis and pulmonary TB, it could also be that your complaints are currently due to other triggers, for example bronchial asthma, other respiratory infections, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), allergies, lung cancer, pneumothorax, pleural effusion, etc. .
You should not underestimate your complaints, given the events that have been around long enough. Check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that your condition can be handled properly and on target. Together with your doctor's treatment with natural treatments as follows:
Stay away from cigarettes, pollution, dust, and other respiratory tract allergens (for example pollen, animal hair)
Take care of the cleanliness of your neighborhood, change sprays and curtains, and clean furniture regularly
Use a mask when in a dirty or polluted environment
Eat regularly, multiply the consumption of fruits rich in vitamin C
Get enough rest
Always live a healthy and balanced lifestyle
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...