Why are animals rarely affected by respiratory conditions? Because when a doctor established a diagnosis for them, they do not get an awareness of what is going on, their life does not feel threaten. All living beings have a primitive embedded mechanism to manifest their existential life threats as respiratory and/or kidney conditions; when life is at stake, you cannot breathe (respiratory conditions) and you will not get water and food (kidney conditions). Humans are driven too much by their own emotions and today there are many reasons to worry about your life!!
Another cause driving respiratory diseases towards these spikes is the pollution and toxicity of our environment mirrored in our own body toxicity, especially in the gut, liver and lungs; lungs are directly communicating through the liver with the intestines and lymphatic system; toxins which were not eliminated through colon are therefore easily penetrating the respiratory system,
The recent recognition that the conducting airways are not “sterile” and that they have their own dynamic microbiome, together with the rapid advances in our understanding of microbial biofilms and their roles in the causation of respiratory diseases (such as chronic bronchitis, sinusitis, and chronic otitis media), permit us to update the “vicious circle” hypothesis of the causation of bronchiectasis. This proposes that chronic inflammation driven by persistent bacterial bronchitis (PBB) causes damage to both the epithelium, resulting in impaired mucociliary clearance, and to the airway wall, which eventually manifests as bronchiectasis. Understanding the complex interaction between the host and the microbial communities of the conducting airways in health and disease will be a key component in optimizing pulmonary health in the future
Viruses appear to be mainly responsible for acute bronchitis, causing up to 95% of cases of acute bronchitis in otherwise healthy adults. The viruses are the same as those that cause the common cold. Viruses cause 85% to 95% of cases of acute bronchitis in healthy adults. The most common viruses are rhinovirus, adenovirus, influenza A and B, and parainfluenza virus. Bacteria can cause bronchitis in people with underlying health problems. Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Chlamydia pneumoniae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Hemophilus influenzae, Moraxella catarrhalis, and Bordetella pertussis are most commonly involved.
In our newest video we look at the root causes and disclose efficient natural remedies for some important respiratory diseases such as: bronchitis acute and chronic, asthma, COPD.
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The treatment of COPD and cystic fibrosis is a fulminant achievement. Within the western medicine there is little understanding of the lungs, treatment protocols are extremely primitive and quite often useless. Contemporary medical texts commonly say that only palliative treatment is available, but that the condition itself is not something that treatment can resolve. The main things utilized are oxygen and bronchodilators, the latter of which, over time, makes the condition worse primarily through its effects on the lung microbiome. Heart bypass is often suggested, though it generally does nothing except add more stress to an already compromised system. A variety of medications are also common, anti-depressants and anti-anxiety. Benzodiazepines, one of the truly horrible drug groups, are not something I would recommend to anyone.
COPD causes lie in two intersecting events: aging, which results in a less healthy immune system, an alteration in the lungs microbiome, quite often from the impact of pharmaceuticals and petrochemical pollutants and a serious lung infection, usually pneumonia. The pneumonia “heals” but people are often left with a damaged pulmonary system, quite often with accompanying chronic bronchitis. It is this chronic bronchitis that causes the fibrosis in the lung tissue. Chronic bronchitis is an ongoing inflammatory process that slowly damages cellular tissues and causes scarring (fibrosis) in the tissues. That this kind of continuing long-term inflammatory situation in the body is always caused by low levels of stealth bacteria in the system. They infect the cells and utilize a complex series of cytokines to break down cellular tissue in order to feed. The early research on the lung microbiome has indeed found a group of infectious organisms in the lung tissue, that appear to be causing the continuing inflammation.