Remedios caseros naturales para la tos seca
Estos médicos también descubrieron que este síntoma suele desaparecer cuando los pacientes retrasan su respiración automática y logran cierto número de resultado de oxígeno en segundo. Puedes conocer este número abajo como tu contenido bono.
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J Assoc Physicians India. 2000 Mar;48(3):343-5. The role of cough and hyperventilation in perpetuating airway inflammation in asthma. Singh V, Chowdhary R, Chowdhary N. Department of Pulmonary Medicine, SMS Medical College, Jaipur-302 016, India. Air flowing through a pipe exerts frictional stress on the walls of the pipe. Frictional stress of more than 40 N/m2 (velocity equivalent of air 113 m/s) is known to cause acute endothelial damage in blood vessels. The frictional stress in airways during coughing may be much greater, however, since the velocity of air may be as high as speed of sound in air. We suggest that high levels of frictional stress perpetuate airway inflammation in airways which are already inflamed and vulnerable to frictional stress-induced trauma in patients with asthma. Activities associated with rapid ventilation and higher frictional stress (e.g. exercise, hyperventilation, coughing, sneezing and laughing) cause asthma to worsen whilst activities that reduce frictional stress (Yoga ‘Pranayama’, breathing a helium-oxygen mixture and nasal continuous positive airway pressure) are beneficial. Therefore control of cough may have anti-inflammatory benefits in patients with asthma.
Jpn J Physiol. 1991;41(6):879-91. Influence of central respiratory activity on the cough response in anesthetized dogs. Suzuki H, Kondo T, Yamabayashi H, Kobayashi I, Ohta Y. Department of Medicine, Tokai University School of Medicine, Isehara, Japan. Cough responses evoked by mechanical stimulation of the tracheobronchial mucosa in anesthetized and tracheostomized dogs were studied… Coughing could be evoked when the dog was made apneic either by hyperventilation or by the Hering-Breuer reflex…
Handb Exp Pharmacol. 2009;(187):263-76. Clinical cough I: the urge-to-cough: a respiratory sensation. Davenport PW. Department of Physiological Sciences, Box 100144, HSC, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32610, USA. Cough is generated by a brainstem neural network. Chemical and mechanical stimulation of the airway can elicit a reflex cough and can elicit a cognitive sensation, the urge-to-cough. The sensation of an urge-to-cough is a respiratory-related sensation. The role of the respiratory sensation of an urge-to-cough is to engage behavioral modulation of cough motor action. Respiratory sensations are elicited by a combination of modalities: central neural, chemical, and mechanical. Stimulation of respiratory afferents or changes in respiratory pattern resulting in a cognitive awareness of breathing are mediated by central neural processes that are the cognitive neural basis for respiratory sensations, including the urge-to-cough. It is proposed that the urge-to-cough is a component of the cough motivation-to-action system. The urge-to-cough is induced by stimuli that motivate subjects to protect their airway by coughing… Para leer la página web original en NormalBreathing.com (en Inglés), haz clic aquí.