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Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes, which carry air to and from your lungs. In most cases of bronchitis, infected airways produce more mucus than usual. As a result, coughing may occur when your body tries to expel this excess mucus.

Bronchitis may be either acute or chronic:

  • Acute bronchitis: This is more common. Symptoms are temporary and will get improved within 10 days without lasting effects.
  • Chronic bronchitis: This one is more serious and requires medical attention. Its symptoms last for 3 months per year and at least 2 years in a row. Chronic bronchitis is one of the conditions included in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Suggestions on managing bronchitis

For most people, acute bronchitis gets better on its own without emergency treatment, but you can also take some steps to speed up this process.

Get plenty of rest
Drink lots of water: Sufficient water helps you reduce the amount of mucus, making it easier to cough up.
Take a hot shower: A hot shower does well in loosening mucus, improving airflow, and relieving wheezing.
Take over-the-counter pain relievers: Taking OTC medication helps relieve cough and ease any accompanying pain, like Aspirin or ibuprofen.

No treatment can completely get rid of chronic bronchitis. Symptoms of chronic bronchitis may resolve or improve for a while, but you cannot figure out when it will come back. Many triggers cause it to reoccur, especially when you are exposed to smoke. Aside from the above suggestions, there are some other options:

Stop smoking: Not only smoke by yourself, but second-hand smoke can also increase your risk of chronic bronchitis.
Medications: Many medications are used to relieve different kinds of pain brought by chronic bronchitis, including cough medicine, bronchodilators, mucolytics, and antibiotics.
Oxygen therapy: In severe cases, a person may need supplemental oxygen to breathe better.

Success in bronchitis with Spooky2

Frequency therapy is an alternative treatment to help with bronchitis. It is a pure, natural treatment and does not have any side effects. If your bronchitis is chronic and receives no improvement using other treatments, Spooky2 is a good choice for you. Many of our users have used Spooky2 to help with their bronchitis symptoms:

1. GX Refine Programs – Grade Scan – Run some remotes and plasma

“I then had the idea to run GX Refine Programs first, followed by Grade Scan. This seems to be right because I’ve had a major improvement after just half a day. I have some Remotes running and have used Plasma twice.”

2. Run relevant programs on remote

“I’ve been plagued with chronic fatigue, recurrent Epstein Barr, recurrent pneumonia, and bronchitis since I was 12 or 13. I don’t understand the Spooky2, so I just started running repeat programs to kill Epstein Barr and Mycoplasma all the time, some vitamins, and ‘100 Greatest Hits’. Now I haven’t had even a cold in nine months. I’ve had ZERO recurrences of chronic fatigue in nine months. Yes. I run everything on the Remote.”

3. Large amounts of bronchitis-related programs in Spooky2 database

Search the keyword “bronchitis” in the Program tab, and you will find many available relevant programs to run. Reading carefully about their notes, and choose the most suitable program depending on your situation.

If you have any other tips for dealing with bronchitis, you are welcome to post in the comment area below!

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