Category Archive: RESPIRATORY SYSTEM

Oct 09

Adenovirus Symptoms

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Adenovirus can cause infections in the ear, in the respiratory tract and gastrointestinal tract. This article will give you more information on symptoms of adenovirus in adults and children. Adenovirus is a virus that affects the tissue linings of different parts of the body. There are more than 40 different types of this virus known …

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May 09

Goitre Dietary Treatment

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The real treatment for goitre or goiter should be directed towards cleansing of the system and adoption of a rational dietary thereafter, combined with adequate rest and relaxation. To begin with, juices of fruits such as orange, apple, pineapple, and grapes may be taken every two or three hours from 8am to 8pm for five …

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Oct 20

Asthma Symptoms

There are many disorders that affect the respiratory system, one of them being asthma. Asthma is a chronic disease of the lungs that blocks the air passages. This disease causes the inflammation of the airways. This inflammation can cause the disturbance or obstruction of the bronchial air passage, leading to the production of extra mucous …

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Oct 20

Asthma Symptoms in Babies

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Proper identification of asthma symptoms in babies is a big challenge for the parents as the little ones cannot express their feeling and discomfort. This article will help you to recognize the baby asthma symptoms and provide timely treatment to them. We all know about asthma attack in adults but very few of us are …

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Oct 20

How to Prevent an Asthma Attack

Knowing about a few basic steps on how to prevent an asthma attack can keep things from getting critical. This write up provides you with some simple self-care measures for the same. A chronic disease, asthma is characterized by a person’s inability to breathe in and breathe out. A person with this problem, has swollen …

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Oct 20

Asthma

Asthma is a common disease of the respiratory system. It comes from the Greek word “aazein”, or “sharp breath Allergens, common cold or even other triggers like exercise or stress can cause the airways or the tubes that carry air to the lungs. These become narrow and inflamed, with the build up of excessive mucous …

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