Salbutamol Dose To Quickly Disappear Shortness Of Breath?
My first mlm of strep throat and cough with phlegm could not sleep. The second night of strep throat healed but shortness of breath all day and cough with phlegm, can not sleep too. I went to the doctor because I needed a special doctor’s letter for work. May take sabutamol 2mg daily 3 times. How come shortness of breath does not heal? Usually I consume sabutamol 4mg 1x and the tightness disappears right away. Tomorrow I have to work but can’t sleep at all because of the cough and tightness
Thank you for the question.
Sore throat, cough with phlegm, shortness of breath, to disturb sleep may indicate that your airway is inflamed, such as asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, or rhinosinusitis. This inflammation is likely to trigger a lot, ranging from infections, allergies, gastric acid reflux, aspiration of foreign bodies, and so on. To overcome this condition, ideally it is first ascertained what is the cause and how severe. Therefore, you need to see yourself directly to a doctor or internist.
Salbutamol is a bronchhodilator that can minimize shortness of breath because of its ability to relax the smooth muscles in the respiratory tract, thus making the air flow smoother. The dosage and method of administration of this drug may differ depending on the indications for administration, your age and posture, as well as your general health condition. Your complaints that have not improved after taking the drug do not always indicate that the dose of the drug is lacking.
You should not arbitrarily change the dosage of the drug without consulting a doctor first. In order for your complaint to be dealt with further, it is more appropriate for you to check yourself back at the doctor or internist to adjust the treatment. It may be that later the doctor will also recommend that you undergo blood tests, x-rays, or other supporting tests if needed.
You should also try the following initial handling so that your complaint improves:
Avoid substances that are prone to trigger allergies or irritations in the airways, such as cold, dust, wind, pollen, animal dander, smoke, pollution, etc. Don't consume cold, greasy, and sweet foods and drinks. Eat regularly, small portions but often, but do not get too close to bedtime Not always screaming or talking excessively Position your head and chest higher when sleeping More rest Make your mind calmer, not anxious or afraid of excessive Limit first exhausting physical activity Hopefully it helps yes ..