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What kind of air do we breathe?

For the functioning of the body, food, water and air are needed first of all. Without food, we can live for some, less without water. Always need air! Taking advantage of time, we choose food very carefully. Culinary recipes have existed for more than one thousand years and are constantly being improved. See how many articles are about food...

How does an allergy sufferer survive spring?

Spring is the time of love, summer cottages, barbecue, romantic walks and good mood. Look at everyone, everyone is joyful and fun: couples in love coo on every corner, girls put on short skirts and high heels, grannies on benches sit in the yard and share gossip last with each other.  And only the spring sun is...

Histamine in the pathogenesis of bronchial asthma. Eczema for bronchial asthma

In the pathogenetic mechanism of allergic asthma, histamine is an independent, as it were, decisive factor involved in the occurrence of an allergic (asthmatic) phenomenon. He takes part in causing pathological bronchiospasm and increased mucus secretion in asthma. It is necessary to take into account the fact that histamine is formed physiologically for physiological processes...

Student invented a unique inhaler

A twenty-two-year-old English student has invented a unique inhaler for people with bronchial asthma. It is so small that it can even fit in a wallet or breast pocket of a shirt. The inhaler developed by Adam Bates of Oxfordshire (moderate asthma patient) has a thickness of only 6 mm. Moreover, it holds from 50 to 100 doses...

How to diagnose asthma?

When we see a person with heavy breathing, shortness of breath, or with a cough with wheezing, we first of all think about whether this person is contagious . Less often, we look at him sympathetically and understand that, possibly, he has bronchial asthma – a chronic respiratory disease.   The basis of asthma is inflammation in the human respiratory system. The...

Bronchial asthma. Recipes for treatment

Bronchial asthma.There are many causes of bronchial asthma. They cause asthma or exacerbate allergens (household, pollen, food, medicine), medications (analgin, acetylsalicylic acid), infections (viral, fungal, bacterial). Occupational factors (chemicals, smoke, dust), meteorological (atmospheric pressure, humidity, temperature). In a row with the above factors are: endocrine and neuropsychic disorders, frequent physical overwork of the body. An indispensable and main sign...

Asthma – how to resist it?

Before moving on to the proven recipes of traditional medicine, which will help a person resist bronchial asthma, we recall that any treatment should be carried out under the supervision of a doctor. Self-medication is said to be fraught …   And we will start with the simplest, even the most elementary one – with food healing plants, which we...

Bronchial asthma. Prevalence and classification of bronchial asthma

Bronchial asthma (AD) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the respiratory system, characterized by bronchial hyperreactivity, partially or completely reversible (spontaneously or due to treatment) bronchial obstruction resulting from bronchospasm, as well as mucus hypersecretion and swelling of the bronchial mucosa. AD is clinically manifested by wheezing in the lungs, coughing, shortness of breath, and signs...

Atropine in bronchial asthma. Application

Atropine is a natural compound proposed for asthma, but given its side effects (especially inhibition of secretion), less soluble quaternary compounds (e.g. ipratropium bromide) have been developed. Anticholinergic drugs are specific antagonists of muscarinic receptors and inhibit bronchoconstriction induced by stimulation of cholinergic nerves. There is a slight decrease in bronchial tone due to tonic...

Bronchial asthma. Morphology of bronchial asthma in children

The name asthma denotes a breathing difficulty of a special kind that occurs in the form of attacks, as a result of allergic reactions in the bronchial tree. Bronchial asthma is a manifestation of hypersensitive reactions of the respiratory tract to irritants that have penetrated into the lungs by air or blood, or both. The...