Respiratory infections concentrate around the respiratory system including lungs. Procedure to sterilize affected areas to aid the immune system.
The treatment of respiratory infections by any effective methods primarily by inhaling a safe vapor, recently nasal sprays, ear canel sprays, and trditional methods have show to be effective. The safest vapor is by changing the PH level of a liquid or a vapor for inhalation, saline. More technical active ingredients are listed in this article. Inhaling certain substances for a prolonged period of time can be fatal
About 270 virus are known to infect human beings Disease-causing human viruses: novelty and legacy. There are over 40 different bacterial diseases (1). In longevity, we need the silver bullet against all these. Blocking respiratory access is a point of possibility, while non-respiratory diseases are more challenging.
Some people flush the sinus with salt water, rinse and gargle the throat and mouth with sale water, and vinegar droplets in the ear for ear infections. The Dead Sea is dead due to its salt concentration, the high PH level of salt water kills pathogens and speeds up recovery. A safe vapor to disinfect the respiratory system broadly, a high salt concentration gas is proposed to be manufactured for inhalation. Should an antiseptic be possible, sauna is a great setting for the daily use to pre-emptively treat respiratory infections, if any. Finding a safe antiseptic that can be inhaled is the challenge, inhaling certain liquids such as alcohol can be fatal.
If you have ever had swimmer's ear, caused by bacterial build up in the ear and persists for as long as 2 weeks of constant agony. However, pouring acidic vinegar into the ear for a few minutes along with a gargle will cut that down significantly, to about 2 days.
It is easy to discount this approach, although they might be mistaken as to its efficacy.
The various cold weather climate ailments that arrive in winter and leave in summer are temperature sensitive. Many of the hot climates that do not have a flu season now also have respiratory infection due to the use of air-conditioners and air-conditioners that are never disinfected.
A 2009 study from Princeton University found that flu viruses not only survive longer, they spread more easily in low humidity. In one study published in 2018 in the journal Plos One, researchers installed a commercial humidifier in two preschool classrooms, and compared them with two non-humidified classrooms. Over the course of several weeks of one flu season, they found that samples of air and objects the kids touched from the humidified rooms were less likely to be contaminated with the influenza A virus than those from the non-humidified classrooms.
The researchers also tallied up school absences over the study period, and found that fewer kids from the humidified rooms were out sick with flu-like symptoms. But study author Jennifer Reiman, Ph.D., a member of the Citizen Science Faculty at Bard College, says that 2016, the winter the experiment was conducted, was a light flu year, and the overall number of absences due to flu was too low to draw any conclusions about whether humidifying the rooms really led to fewer illnesses.
During the 1918 flu pandemic, a group of English villagers noticed that workers who were exposed to noxious gases saw lower rates of influenza. Because of the correlation, many parents took their children to the nearest industrial plant instead of the doctor. One sanitary officer decided to investigate the claim. He found that the general rate of influenza was 40 percent. At a local tin factory where workers were exposed to nitric acid, it was just 11 percent. If those workers also inhaled gunpowder, the rate was a mere five percent, writes Dr. Jeremy Brown in his book Influenza.
In New Zealand, during the 1918 pandemic one action taken in many towns and cities was to set up inhalation sprayers that dispersed a solution of zinc sulphate. Most sprayers were set up in public buildings. They were made even more accessible in Christchurch after someone observed that the compressed-air braking units on trams ‘could be adapted to operate a sprayer by reconnecting a few hoses'. Eventually 14 trams were converted and ‘stationed on loops at the end of all major routes, handily placed to serve the outlying districts'. Some local authorities regularly disinfected streets and public buildings during the pandemic.
A paper published on February 5, 1898, titled "A Report of the Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis by the Inhalation of Antiseptic Vapours" by Johnson, George W, involves using inhalation vapours that are antiseptic to kill the virus in the respiratory system. Just like the tin factory observation but safer for humans.
An anti-septic is identified, determine how much vapour is safe to inhale. Perhaps one or more anti-septics in combination and other methods found to be sensitive for the respiratory virii.