Shortness Of Breath With Bronchitis Riwayar?
I have a history of bronchitis already 2 days of shortness of breath every morning afternoon and also difficult to sleep but no sore throat or fever, can bronchitis completely recover? And also are these symptoms of corona?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bronchitis is an inflammatory condition in one of the airways called the bronchi. When air enters through the nose, the air will flow into the throat, then the channel will divide into the left and right lungs. The channel that leads directly to the lungs is called the bronchus. When inflammation occurs in this area, it is said to have bronchitis.
Bronchitis is divided in terms of time affected, acute and chronic. When this condition has just happened, it is called acute and if it has long happened, it is called chronic. If you have long and often experience these complaints, then you can be said to have chronic bronchitis, and this is indeed much more difficult to cure than acute bronchitis. So regarding your question, whether bronchitis can be completely cured or not, if it is acute, it should be able to. But if it's chronic, it's often not. Although difficult to cure, chronic bronchitis can usually be controlled properly and not to the point of harm.
Then regarding corona, among the symptoms of corona is cough, fever and tightness. In your case, with shortness of breath, let alone the condition of the world being hit by a corona outbreak, that possibility could exist. Our advice, if this condition is very disturbing to you, you better check your complaint to the lung doctor to clarify the possibility through a series of historical excavations, physical examination and support such as X-rays. Thus, the tendency can be known and the handling can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, limit activities outside the home, routine hand washing, avoid dust, pollution, animal hair and anything that triggers the feeling of tightness, consumption of multivitamins and supplements to increase endurance and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.