Tuesday, August 13, 2013Created By : Wendy Ekasari Read Full 1 komentar
Asthma is a respiratory condition that is narrowed because of hyperactivity to certain stimuli, which cause inflammation; constriction is temporary. In patients with asthma, airway constriction in response to stimuli that in normal lungs will not affect the respiratory tract. This narrowing can be triggered by various stimuli, such as pollen, dust, animal dander, smoke, cold air and exercise. But asthma can also occur in some people without specific allergies. The same reaction occurs when the person is exercising or being in cold weather. Stress and anxiety can also trigger the release of histamine and leukotrienes. The frequency and severity of asthma attacks varies. Some people more often free of symptoms and only experience shortness of breath attacks are short and mild, which happens from time to time. Other patients almost always have cough and wheezing (asthma) and had a great attack after suffering from a viral infection, exercise or after exposure to allergens or irritants. Crying or laughing hard can also cause the onset of symptoms. At the very severe attack, the patient became difficult to talk because of crowded very great. Confusion, lethargy (decreased consciousness state, where people like to sleep soundly, but can be aroused briefly and then promptly fell asleep again) and cyanosis (bluish skin looks) is a sign that the oxygen supply is limited and patients need immediate treatment. Although he has suffered severe attacks, the patient will usually recover completely.
In all types of asthma medication in the offer; beta-adrenergic receptor agonists (eg, albuterol, theophylline), we will see side effects that almost certainly we receive, walaubagaimanapun relative asthma can not be cured in the view of many doctors. This will result in patients using these drugs continuously. If you look at how these drugs work, all lead to a drug that works on all the beta-adrenergic receptors (eg adrenaline), or that it only works on beta2-adrenergic receptors (which are mainly found in the cells in the lungs) that widening of the airways by stimulating beta-adrenergic receptors.
This fact reminds me of coffee. Drinks which I think has the same behavior with asthma medications that I normally drink. I remember once when I wanted to sleep soundly like'm in to make coffee without cream / milk or energy drinks FitUp. Once in the second to remember this drink contains the same there is caffeine. Armed with that experience, last night I tried to stop my asthma medication that usually affects only 4-6 hours of it. Then I try to drink a cup of coffee, and the result is "HUP, DID IT!" shortness of breath that have been disturbing for days is gone! But it is still there as the air pressure in the chest cavity, and then I try to drink a cup of coffee again and tightness in the chest that is also missing! This experience shows that in fact the coffee is very effective to cure my breathlessness.
My experiment is certainly dangerous experiments are not so alone I recommend to people with other breathing difficulties. But it turns out opinions / experiment I also know that there is support and real doctor (not a doctor / researcher rich karbitan me hehehe). Dr. Menaldi Rasmin Sp P (K), and chairman pulmonologis continuing medical education-Faculty of medicine, the efficacy of caffeine can relax the muscle tone and strengthen the work of breathing which helps the lungs. Meanwhile, according to Marshall Plaut, MD, chair of the Division of Allergy at the Natonal Institute of Allergy and Infection Disease, the caffeine in a cup of coffee can act to defuse tensions in branching trachea (bronchi). However, despite having the benefit of breathing.