Bronchitis - PositiveHomeopathy


Bronchitis is a condition where bronchial passages are inflamed the inflammation could be caused by a virus or bacteria in which case it is called acute bronchitis. Or it could be caused due to the irritation to the bronchial tubes over a period of time, and then it is called chronic bronchitis. Also acute bronchitis not treated adequately will lead to chronic condition.


  • Dry or mild chronic cough with phlegm
  • Discomfort or tightness in the chest
  • Headache
  • Shortness of breath
  • Sleeping difficulty

Why should choose for Homeopathy Treatment?

Conventional remedies range from soothing remedies to inhalers to antibiotics and steroids. Homeopathy can treat these illnesses rapidly and effectively without resorting to antibiotics. Homeopathy considers bronchitis as either transient acute illness or in its chronic form as part of the constitutional picture of the patient. In most cases a low dose given every few hours starts the process of healing.

If Ignored Where the disease may lead the patient to?

Once infected, they can fill with mucus, which causes the symptoms of chest congestion and coughing. If left untreated, the infection can travel deeper into the respiratory system and develop into pneumonia. … Bronchial infections are usually viral, but long-lasting acute bronchitis can be caused by a bacteria.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is arthritis?

Arthritis is a name for a group of conditions affecting the joints, muscles, and connective tissues of the body. Arthritis causes pain and stiffness of the joints, and can significantly affect quality of life

Is rheumatism different to arthritis?

Not really. Rheumatism is just a more general word that was used in the past. It described pain in your bones, muscles and joints. We know more today about problems with bones, muscles and joints, so we use words like back pain, arthritis

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