Homeopathic COPD Treatment
Homeopathic Treatment For Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) stays disguised until it reaches a life-threatening level, making it more necessary to provide a fast cure to the patient and get his life back on track as early as possible.
This is a severe disease, and because it is diagnosed much later and has already destroyed many lung tissues needs a supportive treatment that instantly restricts the further expansion of this damage.
At Bharat Homeopathy, we have a team of specialists and experts that will prescribe you homeopathic medications which are more efficient and side effects free. Homeopathic medicine will help you to secure a healthy and secure lifestyle where you can take a breath of relief.Call Now - +91 9958318261 Avail Free Consultation
What is COPD?
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD) is in the category of lung disease that mainly obstructs the lung's airways and causes difficulty in breathing. It is a progressive disorder, and an acute condition will surely achieve a chronic stage if not treated.
COPD is more likely to be called a disorder but not a disease because it results from more than one disease that contributes to this condition. These contributing diseases are all related to inflammation, extra mucus production, and infection in the lungs.
COPD is mainly a result of long-term exposure to harmful, irritating gases or to any particular matter. The smoke of cigarettes is most often of them. COPD patients are also more likely to affect other organs like the heart. It can also result in Lung cancer.
Conditions Involved in COPD
Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are two significant causes of this pulmonary disorder.
Emphysema involves inflammation or damage of the lung tissues, mainly damaging the air sacs (Alveoli) present at the end of the bronchioles that are responsible for the air exchange in the lungs. Inflammation in the air sacs increases the thickness of the alveoli walls making them more rigid and less flexible. This causes collapse of the bronchioles and difficulty in the airflow, affecting the air exchange. If ignored for a long time, a major part of the lungs could be affected, creating the condition of breath shortening to the patient.
The inflammation of the air passage, mainly including Bronchi and bronchioles, through which the breathed air travels to the alveoli, creates a condition called chronic bronchitis. This condition also includes the excess secretion of mucus therein, forming extra blockage for air to pass. Chronic bronchitis is a chronic disease that grows from moderate to severe over time, becoming more life-threatening, and contributes to the chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder.
Some Other Conditions that are Involved in COPD
Asthma is a condition in which the air tract in the lungs gets inflamed and makes it difficult to pass air through. Asthma is a condition that could be countered by eliminating the symptoms, but if it reaches an irreversible condition, it can become a participating disorder of COPD.
Inflamed bronchi make the airways thin and excrete more mucus, leading to excess mucus accumulation resulting in obstruction and infection around the part.
What Causes COPD?
- Tobacco smoking: The majority of COPD cases are caused due to smoking for the long term. Almost 80% of patients include the people who were smoking cigarettes, marijuana, pipe smoking, and cigar. Tobacco smoking can damage the linings of your lungs and the air passage in them.
- Household pollution: Household pollution includes the fumes usually generated inside a house and trapped there. This pollution is generated from fuel-burning (wood or coal), Animal dung, agricultural waste, or any other cause. If someone is living there for a long time, it will affect their lungs or, in the worst situation, they can get COPD.
- Exposure to pollution in the workplace: What is the air quality at the place of your work also has great importance to avoid COPD. In addition, long-term exposure to pollution either from the workplace, household, or outside can develop COPD.
- Secondhand smoke: Chemicals released by smokers when they burn cigars, cigarettes, or pipes could be so harmful to non-smokers if they get around the places where the secondhand smoke is present. A small amount of secondhand smoke is also harmful, and not letting smokers smoke in public places or indoors is the only way to protect yourself from secondhand smoke.
- Genetic disorder: Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency is a genetic disorder passed from parents to the offspring. This deficiency does enough damage to the lungs to become a cause for COPD.
Who is At More Risk?
- Smokers: People who are smoking or were smoking earlier have higher chances of developing COPD than those who never smoked. Infect smoking is the primary cause of COPD worldwide, which is almost 80-90 percent of COPD patients.
- People with Asthma: Asthma patients or other respiratory diseases put you more at risk of developing COPD. We should give special care to the patients of any respiratory illness.
- Old aged: The development of symptoms of COPD is more seen in the group of people having 40+ ages. They must take preventive measures that will help them not develop this disorder.
- Exposure to irritants: A long-term exposure to irritants could lead to COPD. These exposures include outdoor pollution, secondhand smoke, Household pollution, or chemical fumes at the workplace.
- Genetics: Some disorders are inherited from parents by the children could put you at more risk for getting COPD. This includes alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency
Complications Associated With COPD
- High blood pressure - COPD creates pulmonary hypertension into the arteries that cause an increase in the pressure of blood.
- Heart problems - COPD reduces oxygen levels in the blood and increases stress upon the heart. In many cases, it can be a cause of heart arrest.
- Respiratory Diseases - COPD can induce many other respiratory conditions, including lung cancer, lung infections, pneumonia, and acute bronchitis.
- Depression - COPD leads you to a continuous lifestyle of abstinence, and you cannot do heavy or even minor workouts. You cannot do the activities you were enjoying at a time. This situation and severe illness can develop depression in the patient.
Prevention of COPD
Smoking is the major COPD causing factor, and almost 8 out of 10 COPD cases are smokers. So never start smoking or quit if already doing. Other factors that affect the lungs also must be avoided. These factors include prolonged exposure to factory fumes, polluted air, and dusty areas. Household pollution is equally dangerous to workplace pollution.
The following are the prevention for copd:
- Reduce exposure to lung irritants
- Avoid tobacco smoking
- keep the residing area ventilated
- stay indoors if pollution is more
- get vaccinated for pneumonia
- stay away from secondhand smoke
- equip protective equipment for visiting polluted regions
COPD Treatment With Bharat Homeopathy
At Bharat Homeopathy, treatment for every COPD patient is prepared by looking at the state and condition of the individual. A course is adjusted on how metabolism has responded to previous treatments, and any past family illnesses are also considered.
In COPD treatment, homeopathic medicines can restrict the further expansion and destruction of the lung tissues. Homeopathy can significantly reduce the dependence of COPD patients on steroids and bronchodilators.
Bharat Homeopathy provides homeopathic treatment for COPD that helps the patient eliminate the symptoms more quickly than any other treatment method. A homeopathic approach to treat COPD is not just to eliminate symptoms but also to counter the root causes, which helps reduce the possibility of recurrence.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is a chronic disease that grows over time, and if untreated, it only worsens. Over time the body will not get enough oxygen which will lead the patient to death.
Regular eating of fried food, aerated drinks, excess salt, dairy products, cold cuts /meat, caffeine, and alcohol can worsen your condition.
However, smoking is the leading cause of COPD. Non-smokers are also at risk of getting COPD because long-term exposure to smoke from factories, workplaces, Household fume, and second-hand smoke also influences the cases of COPD.
No. whether their symptoms are mostly the same, but they are different in some of the points:
- COPD shows the effects in older age (almost 40), but asthma could be diagnosed at early ages.
- Symptoms only get worse in COPD, but asthma symptoms tend to come and go.
- X-Rays in asthma can be normal, but they show lung changes in COPD.
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