What is Frequent Cough & Chest Infections


A chest infection  are respiratory infections that impacts the lower part of your respiratory tract. Your lower respiratory tract includes your windpipe, bronchi, and lungs.

The two most common types of chest infections are bronchitis & pneumonia. Chest infections can range anywhere from mild to severe.


The symptoms of a chest infection can include:

  • Cough
  • Wheezing in chest
  • Coughing up yellow or green mucus
  • Feeling short of breath
  • Discomfort in your chest
  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches and pains
  • Feeling tired or fatigued

Homeopathy for Frequent Cough & Chest Infections

Homeopathy has very good scope in the treatment of both forms of bronchitis. It can offer significant relief from bronchitis symptoms as well as improve the general well being of the patient.

In fact, clinical studies have confirmed the efficacy of homeopathic remedies vis-à-vis conventional medicines in the treatment of lower respiratory tract illnesses, including allergies and bronchitis. 

Homeopathic remedies are not given on the presentation of symptoms of bronchitis alone. This is because no two children with bronchitis present with the same set of symptoms, or response to illness. The selection of an appropriate homeopathic remedy, to highlight one example, is based on the given child’s unique symptoms, reaction to illness, temperament and psychological patterns. In addition, it may also be related to the type of mucous discharge, especially in older children, its unique features, including odour, among other things.

Homeopathy treatment for bronchitis can also help to prevent complications such as pneumonia, respiratory failure, right-sided heart failure (corpulmonale), emphysema, etc. Moreover, homeopathic medicines are without any side-effects and are non-habit-forming. Therefore, they can be administered to children of all age groups.

Whatever form of respiratory infection may be, the patient usually shows improvement within 24-72 hours of initiating treatment.

The X-rays and other blood reports are repeated after 3 months of treatment. Complete cure without relapses is common.

Tips to manage Respiratory problems

  • Steam inhalation with saline water eases the airways.
  • Avoid cold drafts of air and avoid chilled drinks.
  • Keep the ambiance warm.

Caution : However, the medication must always be taken under the supervision of a qualified practitioner.

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