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I am 32 years old and I am diagnosed with asthmatic bronchitis. I was suffering from it for the last five months of the past year. I walked to so many doctors only to find out my disease. Finally, I saw one doctor and I got the correct answer from him. I was suffering from the disease at that time. He said that it will become chronic bronchitis if it continues one month more. The diagnosis put me in great confusion. I had some bad symptoms which is very difficult to bear for me. I was coughing and coughing, and I became broken within some days. It is so miserable to hear my cough in the working hours. My co-workers began to complain about my coughing sound. So it is necessary for me to stop the cough otherwise it will drive me nuts. Do you have any idea of this subject? Is that the cause is allergy? I do not have any other symptoms except cough and shortness of breath.
The most common cause of chronic bronchitis is cigarette smoking. Do you smoke? If yes, then you should stop immediately. However, it can also be the result of continuous attacks of acute bronchitis. Air pollution, dust, toxic gases, and other industrial fumes are also known to be responsible for the condition. For acute bronchitis, it is usually caused by a viral infection in the bronchi. In addition to viruses, bacteria, exposure to tobacco smoke, exposure to pollutants or solvents, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can also cause acute bronchitis. You need to reflect on these causes and identify the factor that you should modify.