Bronchitis By: Jack, COnnor and toby

What is Bronchitis?

Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes which carry air to and from your lungs. This occurs when the airways in the lungs swell and produce mucus.

What Causes Bronchitis?

There are two types of bronchitis. Acute is normally caused by viruses typically the ones that cause the cold and flu. Chronic is usually caused by smoking, air in the environment, dust or toxic gases.

What are signs or symptoms of Bronchitis?

Cough, Fatigue, production of mucus, chest discomfort, shortness of breath, slight fever or chills, mild headache, watery eyes, and a sore throat are all signs or symptoms of bronchitis.

How to treat Bronchitis?

Acute bronchitis almost always gets better on its own and it almost never caused by bacteria, so antibiotics are not needed. Your healthcare professional may provide medicine or give you tips to help with symptoms like sore throat and coughing.

How can you prevent bronchitis?

Wash hands often, avoid smoking, and get a yearly flu vaccine.

This is a way to prevent Bronchitis
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