Respiratory Infections and The Best Treatment
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The human respiratory system is synonymous with breathing. The respiratory system is an interconnection of organs and tangible tissues that aid the human process of inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide. In short, all the breathing exercises needed are carried out within the respiratory system.
There are physical and internal organs in the respiratory system. The physical organ, of course, is visible. The nose is the only physical organ, while the host of others are located and performs inside the body structure. These internal organs include the pharynx, trachea, epiglottis, alveoli, bronchioles, larynx, bronchi, and lungs.
All these mentioned organs are called the respiratory tract. The respiratory process includes inhaling and exhaling through the paths where air passes through the respiratory system.
The respiratory tract must be clear and free from toxins that can contaminate or obstruct the
air that passes through each of the chambers.
What are respiratory system infections and their causes?
Breathing at times symbolizes life. When a person is still breathing then such a person is still alive. However, the organs and structures that help to breathe can be affected by some infections or diseases which then cause damage or partial breakdown of such organs. These infections or diseases include:
Common Cold: The common cold is a mild infection of the nasal cavity and occurs when the nasal cavity is attacked by viruses such as rhinoviruses or adenoviruses. Symptoms caused by the viruses include coughing, excessive sneezing, sore throat, runny nose, and fever. The viruses contaminate the mucus and infects the cooler tissues in the nasal cavities, which then trigger inflammatory reactions in the body. These viruses can be contagious or infectious through one droplet of mucus.
Influenza (flu): The flu is caused by an orthomyxovirus that attacks the lower respiratory tract. Symptoms caused by the virus include coughing, body aches, fever, and chills. The flu can be subtle if treated in time and can be managed after a few days. However, if it is not well treated, it can cause deadly complications such as liver and brain swelling, lung damage, and pneumonia, depending on the age and health of the person.
The flu can be infectious, mostly through a droplet of contaminated aerosols or direct breathing from the nostrils of an infected person.
Pneumonia: Pneumonia is a common lung infection which is caused by influenza viruses, adenoviruses, and respiratory syncytial viruses. It can also be triggered by a bacterial infection. It is more common among infants and small children. Pneumonia symptoms are similar to the common cold and flu.
Tuberculosis: Active tuberculosis affects the lungs and is caused by mycobacterium tuberculosis. It is a highly contagious disease that spreads through the air. Contaminated droplets through cough or sneezing of an infected person can easily spread the disease.
Asthma: Asthma is common among people which is the recurrent attacks of short breaths and wheezing caused by an obstructed airway. It can occur during physical activity or at nighttime.
Chronic Respiratory Diseases (CRDs): This is a group of common diseases that affects the lung structure and other respiratory organs close to it. We have occupational lung diseases, pulmonary hypertension, and asthma in this group. Coronavirus is also one of the viral infections of the respiratory system.
What causes respiratory infections/diseases?
Some time ago, a friend of mine was diagnosed with lung disease in the hospital. He was so shocked by the diagnosis because he is not a smoker. He was confused about what could cause lung disease. After asking the doctor a few curious questions, he learned that as a factory supervisor, he is exposed to chemicals that can damage his lungs. The doctor explained that it is “nose perceiving” where the polluted air is easily transmitted to his lungs. The air is contaminated with chemical odors released through smoke from the machines used in the factories, along with its by-products. All this can easily damage the lung. He was confused at first but learned that smoke and other air pollution can cause damage to the human respiratory organs. Also, bacteria, fungi and viruses that reside in the air particles can also attack the respiratory organs.
How to treat Respiratory Infections
Most chronic respiratory diseases (CRDs) cannot be cured, however, can be treated and their symptoms can be managed to a minimum. Other respiratory infections such as colds, flu, pneumonia, and others can be effectively treated with medical and herbal remedies, such as immune boosters and tonics from the Finest Herbal Shop.
Finest Herbal Shop’s Immune booster will boost your immune system to help prevent from contracting some of the viruses and illnesses above. An active immune system can easily prevent the virus, and bacteria from attacking the respiratory organs.
There is a specially made respiratory booster tonic that treats all symptoms of respiratory infections easily. It improves the health of the respiratory organs and prevents the spread of bacteria or viruses to the organs. Finest Herbal Shop’s Rapid Respiratory Booster Tonic is made with the finest 100% organic herbal ingredients specially made to fight against these respiratory viruses and infections.