Here we will consider recommendations for the treatment of asthmatic bronchitis and bronchial asthma in children, how and what to treat and cure such conditions, which can be done at home using folk remedies. We also recommend reading one of the important pages of this site devoted to this issue: Bronchial asthma: treatment at home by folk remedies.
Causes and Symptoms of
Asthmatic bronchitis may not differ in its manifestations, symptoms and symptoms from other types of bronchitis in children. However, if the child, at a low temperature, has a painful dry paroxysmal cough that intensifies toward the evening, and dry and wet wheezing is heard at breathing and even at a distance, and in the morning the child hardly coughs up viscous light sputum, one should suspect that it is asthmatic bronchitis and, despite any difficulties and inconveniences, to call a pediatrician: asthmatic bronchitis often turns into an attack of suffocation and requires special treatment using a number of anti-asthmatic and antiallergic drugsarats.
"Direct" heredity is rarely detected, much more often in family history there are allergic diseases, metabolic disorders and endocrinopathy. Of particular importance is the presence of these diseases in the mother during pregnancy.
Treatment of asthmatic bronchitis is similar to the treatment of bronchial asthma
Bronchial asthma in children is an allergic disease, although a specific allergen is rarely detected. Children who have a father or mother who were once susceptible to allergic diseases are usually ill.
Most often, children suffering from bronchial asthma have symptoms of exudative diathesis. Their body is already at an early age sensitized by food allergens, and then, with stratification of diseases of the respiratory system, there may be an attack of bronchial asthma.
Due to some structural and functional features of the children's body, bronchial asthma in children is somewhat different from that in adults. The narrowing of the bronchial lumen in children is mainly associated with swelling of the bronchial mucosa and increased mucus secretion and, to a lesser extent, with the spasm of the still weakly developed bronchial muscles.
For children uncharacteristically sudden, acute onset of an attack of bronchial asthma;It is usually preceded by catarrh of the upper respiratory tract or vasomotor rhinitis. The younger the child, the easier it is to develop oxygen starvation, faster breathing and shortness of breath. At many patients from the very beginning of an attack there is a dry intrusive cough. With "wet" bronchial asthma( more frequent in children), the duration of the attack increases. The attack can go on to a prolonged asthmatic state. With viral-bacterial pneumonia in young children, asthmatic syndrome can be observed, which disappears after recovery and is not repeated in the future. Of great importance is the nature, duration and frequency of seizures;the combination of bronchial asthma with chronic pneumonia significantly burdens the course of the disease. In some cases, bronchial asthma may disappear during puberty, but one must always remember that the earlier the treatment of a child is started, the greater the effect expected.
The attack of bronchial asthma in children always has precursors: parents can foresee an attack on the behavior of the child( he becomes nervous, his eyes start to shine, the pupils dilate, the facial skin turns pale, coughing, sneezing).These precursors are sometimes observed for several hours or days. The very attack of bronchial asthma is a state of suffocation, in which breathing is difficult.
When an attack occurs, it is necessary to ventilate the room, call a doctor and give the child a semi-sitting position. DO NOT use mustard, mustard baths and wraps with mustard, since its odor can increase spasm of the bronchi. DO NOT also use steam inhalations, since in some cases hot steam increases spasm of the bronchi.
Children who have already used aerosols of antiasthmatic drugs should be very careful to give repeated doses of these drugs, since their action is not immediate and possible overdose.
Treatment with home remedies for traditional medicine
In at home, , it is desirable that a close child suffering from bronchial asthma, mastered acupressure. It is used to prevent and arrest an attack. In a number of cases, this technique is very effective.
When treating bronchial asthma, a patient should adhere to a protein-vegetable diet with salt restriction. It is very important to exclude milk, basic dairy products from food and replace them with juices. Recommended massage, breathing exercises, regular hardening, running, cycling, dousing and wiping. You can not neglect any sport.
From folk remedies , thoracal ( one dessert spoon) is recommended as the basis for the treatment of bronchial asthma, with the addition of licorice root, anise fruit, elecampane ( take a teaspoonful of each to a glass of boiling water).Insist two hours. Take in a warm form with honey.
It is good to eat figs with tea.
For the treatment of bronchial asthma in the interictal period, the following herbal remedies can be used in children's doses. Turnip vegetable turnip. Decoction of root vegetables drink with bronchial asthma, laryngitis, severe cough and difficulty breathing. Root the root vegetables, cook for 10 minutes and let's drink 100 ml 3-4 times a day.
The herb of St. John's wort. 1 tablespoon of herbs, pour 300 ml of boiling water. Let it brew for 1 hour, strain. Take 30-40 ml 3-4 times a day as an antiallergic.
Decoction of viburnum with honey. The decoction of the viburnum dilutes sputum and promotes its excretion, thereby softening the cough. Take a decoction of 1-2 dessert spoons 3 times a day.
The Znahar way of treating asthmatics during an attack of : with a sudden attack, drink barley coffee in small sips, swallow ice slices, smell ammonia, apply mustard to calves, rub the body with a woolen cloth. Turnip juice with honey. In case of an attack and during the interictal period, give the juice 1 teaspoon 3-4 times a day.
Mother and Stepmother. Infusion of leaves used for bronchial asthma, chronic bronchitis, laryngitis.4 teaspoons of chopped leaves brew a glass of boiling water, let it brew for 1 hour, strain. Let's drink 50 ml 3 times a day.
Thymus is common. It is used as an expectorant and disinfectant for bronchial asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia. It helps to relieve cough with pertussis and tracheitis. Two tablespoons of herbs pour 300 ml of water and boil in a water bath for 20 minutes. Cool, strain. Let's drink 50 ml 2-3 times a day.
Iris. Decoction of dried and shredded roots acts as an expectorant, a blood cleanser and a phlegm-diluting agent. With bronchial asthma and bronchitis, the broth is taken 1 teaspoon every 2-3 hours. To prepare the broth, 1 tablespoon of ground roots are boiled in 300 ml of water for 10 minutes. Insist one hour, strain. Add honey to taste.
Prepare the composition-collection :
- grease fat - 500 g;
- butter - 500 g;
- honey bee - 500 g;
- cocoa powder - 100 g;
- eggs of chicken - 10 pieces.
Mix everything and cook for 2 minutes. Cool the resulting mass, gently stirring. Give the child 3 times a day for 1 tablespoon. Wash down with warm milk. The course of treatment is 1 month, then after a two-week break, repeat the course.
Mix 100 ml of fresh carrot juice and 100 ml of milk, warmed to 70-80 ° C.Let's drink in the morning instead of breakfast for a month. The composition also helps with Botkin's disease and all inflammatory liver diseases.
To prevent the onset of bouts of asthma, parents should teach the child the following:
- take a warm shower every morning and evening;
- do cold baths or dousing with cool water 1-2 times a day;
- every morning - 6-10-minute jogging in a semi-nude form in combination with air baths( for children under three years - moving games and gymnastic exercises);
- massage of the face, thorax in combination with water procedures before the normalization of nasal breathing. Massage should be done at least 2 times a day.
Bronchial asthma and asthmatic bronchitis
Lecture: Treatment and prevention of bronchial asthma and asthmatic bronchitis. Lecturer - Candidate of Medical Sciences Belkin Zinovy Pavlovich.
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