What Is Bronchospasm?

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Wheeze Wheezing is a whistling sound that occurs when you breathe. It is a common symptom. There are various causes. If you have any breathing difficulty or other alarming symptoms in addition to wheezing - and you do not know what to do - then see a doctor immediately. This leaflet discusses the main causes of wheezing. Wheezing is a whistling sound that occurs during breathing when the airways are narrowed. Commonly the sound is more prominent when you breathe out than when you breathe in although not always.

The sound is caused by air that is forced through airways that are narrower than normal. Narrowed airways can be due to: This means that the muscle within the lining of the airways contracts. This has an effect of narrowing constricting the airways. Swelling of the lining of the airways. A lot of secretions mucus, etc in the airways. For example, if you inhale a peanut which is not uncommon in children.

An abnormal growth in the airway, such as a tumour cancer. What should I do if I am wheezing? Wheeze is a very common symptom that can occur with a wide range of lung and airways disorders at any age.

The severity of the diseases causing wheeze can vary. Typically, other lung or respiratory related symptoms tend to occur at the same time as wheeze. In particular, a cough is common but other more serious symptoms may be present such as breathing difficulty. Wheeze with breathing difficulty Breathing difficulty can mean breathlessness, fast breathing or difficulty getting your breath.

If you have any breathing difficulty and do not already have clear instruction as to what to do then see a doctor immediately.

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People with asthma should have pre-arranged action plans as agreed with their doctor. For example, if they have wheeze and become breathless then they have a plan of which medication to take. However, if you do not have such a plan and become breathless, you need to see a doctor immediately.

In particular, children with any breathing difficulty need to be seen as soon as possible by a doctor. Wheeze with other serious symptoms Again, it is best to see a doctor immediately if you develop chest pain, cough up blood or have any other alarming symptom.

Wheeze without breathing difficulty or other serious symptoms It is common to have a mild wheeze during a cough, cold, or similar viral infection of the respiratory tract. In this situation it is best to see a doctor at some point if the symptoms do not soon clear. A recurring wheeze when you have viral respiratory infections may mean that you have asthma. Understanding the airways and the lungs The two lungs are found in the chest - one on the right side and one on the left side.

They are separated by the heart, which lies in between them. Air that we breathe enters the nose, flows through the throat pharynx and voice box larynx and enters the windpipe trachea. The trachea eventually divides into two parts called bronchi. The right main bronchus bronchus is the word for one of the bronchi supplies the right lung; the left main bronchus supplies the left lung. These bronchi then go on to divide into smaller bronchi. Eventually, the bronchi become known as bronchioles - the smallest air tubes in the lungs.

This system of air tubes can be thought of as an upside down tree, with the trachea being the main trunk and the bronchi and bronchioles being the branches. The medical term for all the air tubes is the respiratory tract. At the end of the smallest bronchioles are alveoli.

Alveoli are tiny sacs that are lined by a very thin layer of cells. They also have an excellent blood supply.

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The tiny alveoli are the place where oxygen enters the blood and where carbon dioxide CO2 leaves the blood. What are the causes of wheezing? There are many possible causes. Below is a brief overview of the more common and important causes. Asthma Asthma is a condition that affects the smaller airways bronchioles. From time to time the airways narrow constrict due to bronchospasm described earlier.

Asthma can start at any age but it most commonly starts in childhood. At least 1 in 10 children and 1 in 20 adults have asthma. The common symptoms are cough and wheeze. You may also become breathless and develop a feeling of chest tightness. Symptoms can range from mild to severe between different people, and at different times in the same person. Each episode of symptoms may last just an hour or so, or persist for days or weeks unless treated.

Bronchitis is inflammation of the airways of the lungs bronchi. Emphysema is damage to the smaller airways and air sacs alveoli of the lungs. Pulmonary means 'affecting the lungs'. Chronic bronchitis and emphysema commonly occur together. The term COPD is used to describe airflow obstruction due to chronic bronchitis, emphysema, or both. The main cause of COPD is smoking. Bronchiectasis Bronchiectasis is an abnormal widening of one or more airways.

Extra mucus is made in the abnormal airways, which is prone to infection. The main symptom is a cough which produces a lot of sputum. You may also cough up some blood from the abnormal inflamed airway and become wheezy.

There are various underlying causes of bronchiectasis. For example, a previous severe lung infection, some inherited conditions and some other conditions that can damage part of an airway. Bronchiolitis Bronchiolitis is an infection of the small airways of the lung the bronchioles.

It is a common condition of babies. Most affected babies are not seriously ill and make a full recovery. Sometimes it becomes more serious and hospital care may be needed. It is usually caused by a virus called the respiratory syncytial virus RSV. Bronchiolitis in the UK usually occurs in the winter months November to March. Other infections An infection anywhere in the respiratory tract may trigger wheezing.

For example, infection of the bronchi acute bronchitis is common in adults and may cause some wheezing in addition to other symptoms.

Asthma can usually be diagnosed from your symptoms and some simple tests. Your GP will probably be able to diagnose it, but they may refer you to a specialist.

A viral respiratory infection is a common cause in young children. An inhaled object For example, an inhaled peanut may partially block one of the bronchi.

Less common causes These include lung cancer, various inflammatory conditions and various uncommon and rare lung disorders. What assessment and tests may be done?

Your doctor is likely to ask various questions about the nature of the wheezing and ask if you have any other symptoms. He or she will also examine you. Following a doctor's assessment, the likely cause may be clear and your doctor will advise on what to do next. Tests may or may not be appropriate. Many people have repeated episodes of wheezing when the cause is usually clear. For example, people with asthma or COPD. However, if the cause is not clear, or you are seriously unwell, your doctor may refer you for one or more tests.

The tests done can vary depending on the suspected cause which is often based on your other symptoms and the doctor's examination. Tests that are commonly done include a chest X-ray and lung function tests. What is the treatment for wheeze? The treatment depends on the cause. See individual leaflets on the various diseases that can cause wheezing. Epub Feb This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions.

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11 May Bronchospasm is a tightening of the muscles that line the airways (bronchi) in your lungs. It contributes to asthma symptoms like wheezing and shortness of breath. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, a group of lung diseases that includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema.

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