Agonising throat irritation – acute and chronic bronchitis
Causes of chronic bronchitis
A bronchial illness can be triggered by various disruptive factors. Infections from viruses and bacteria, inhalation of harmful substances, nicotine abuse, anatomical peculiarities of the lungs and metabolism disturbances are predominant. By means of the bronchia, and also the bloodstream, different harmful agents can be lead directly into the lung tissue and activate a infectious defense reaction.
A well-protected mucous membrane and an adequately reacting defense system can eradicate the disturbance relatively quickly and, above all, by means of the presence of particular antibodies can prevent a repeat infection. However, when an enduring irritation effects the bronchial mucous membrane or the defense is disrupted, then the weakened person is no longer able to heal himself without support.
Therapy with appropriate preparations
Given that the majority of defense-competent cell systems are to be found in the intestinal mucous membranes (mucous membrane associated immune system) influence on the remaining mucous membranes can, by means of a intestinal treatment, be removed. Using appropriate preparations defense cells are impulsed into optimally fulfilling their tasks. Therefore, the immune system can, depending on choice and dosage of medication, be stimulated or reduced in its function.
So, in this way therapy-formed intestinal immune cells are able to leave the intestine and migrate to other mucous membranes (eg. bronchia). Their sister cells can now activate the defense function, on location. They initiate particular immune system cells in the bronchia and in this way help to combat the illness-causing agent on site. In addition certain protective-immune-globulin (antibodies) are formed, which also help to fight the illness-causing organism.
Without bacteria no immune system!
A species-appropriate colonisation of the intestine is a precondition for the acquirement of defense ability (immunity). The so called mucous membrane path which runs through the human body is almost identically formed in all its stages. For this reason, it makes sense to treat its largest surface area, namely the intestine, preferentially.
In this manner a mis-regulated immune system is relieved (or even stimulated), a chronically inflamed bronchial mucous membrane effectively healed. A microbiological therapy´s approach follows this path exactly. By way of the administration of living bacteria preparations or their cell- and/or metabolism components the defense cells are reinforced in their function (stimulation from so called scavenger and inflamation cells, formation of immune globin)
Further, the pH - dependant mucous membrane is normalised and an active, so called “biofilm“ formed on the surface, which combats or neutralises the various harmful agents.