When to take Fluimucil®A?

When to take Fluimucil®A?

Chronic Bronchitis13,15,16

  • Is a more serious inflammation of the airways in the lungs that develops over time
  • Episodes of acute bronchitis that lasts for more than three months and sometimes up to several years
  • The severe inflammation produces lots of phlegm that builds up in the airways making it difficult to breathe
  • Most people with chronic bronchitis have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD)

Chronic Bronchitis13,15,16

  • Is a more serious inflammation of the airways in the lungs that develops over time
  • Episodes of acute bronchitis that lasts for more than three months and sometimes up to several years
  • The severe inflammation produces lots of phlegm that builds up in the airways making it difficult to breathe
  • Most people with chronic bronchitis have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD)

Symptoms

  • Persistent cough with yellow, green or white phlegm
  • Shortness of breath
  • Wheezing
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Chest discomfort
  • Sinus congestion
  • Bad breath

Symptoms

  • Persistent cough with yellow, green or white phlegm
  • Shortness of breath
  • Wheezing
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Chills
  • Chest discomfort
  • Sinus congestion
  • Bad breath

Causes

  • Smoking – cigarettes or other forms of tobacco
  • More than 90% of those with chronic bronchitis have a history of smoking
  • Polluted air, dust or fumes from the environment or workplace

Causes

  • Smoking – cigarettes or other forms of tobacco
  • More than 90% of those with chronic bronchitis have a history of smoking
  • Polluted air, dust or fumes from the environment or workplace

Risk Factors

  • Anyone can develop chronic bronchitis but people who are 45 years and older are more susceptible
  • Smoking and existing lung disease
  • Contact with dust, chemical fumes and vapors
  • Air pollution, infections and allergies can worsen the symptoms

Risk Factors

  • Anyone can develop chronic bronchitis but people who are 45 years and older are more susceptible
  • Smoking and existing lung disease
  • Contact with dust, chemical fumes and vapors
  • Air pollution, infections and allergies can worsen the symptoms

Treatment

  • Stop smoking
  • Cough medicines that are also able to treat inflamed airways and clear away phlegm such as a mucolytic agent like Fluimucil®A
  • Medication to open the airways, making it easier to breath such as a bronchodilator

Best to consult your doctors for appropriate treatment

Treatment

  • Stop smoking
  • Cough medicines that are also able to treat inflamed airways and clear away phlegm such as a mucolytic agent like Fluimucil®A
  • Medication to open the airways, making it easier to breath such as a bronchodilator

Best to consult your doctors for appropriate treatment