Dr. Daniel’s Danex Cough Syrup for Asthma.
Danex is a well researched product containing rare and highly medicinal plants like Tylophora asthmatica (Dumvel-special for asthma and allergic cough), long pepper (for fever and cough), liquorice (for cough) etc extracted and formulated scientifically.
Asthma is a disorder caused by inflammation in the airways (called bronchi) that leads to the lungs. This inflammation causes muscles lining the swollen airways (trachea, bronchiii, bronchiole and other smaller airways) to tighten and constrict, making them even more narrowed and blocked. Reduced lumen of the airways results in a reduction in the amount of air going into lungs, making it hard to breathe. In addition excess mucus that is formed results in congestion and mucus “plugs” that get caught in the narrowed airways.
Symptoms of asthma include wheezing (a whistling sound during breathing), breathlessness, chest tightness, and cough, particularly at night or after exercise/activity. The inflammation may be completely or partially reversed with or without medicines. Asthma can be due to viral infection, allergens, cold air, exposure to smoke and exercise. Things that trigger asthma differ from person to person. Some common triggers are exercise, allergies, viral infections, and smoke. Symptoms are usually worse at night and in the early morning or in response to exercise or cold air
Treatment of asthma is usually with an inhaled short-acting beta-2 agonist (such as salbutamol) and oral corticosteroids. In very severe cases, intravenous corticosteroids, magnesium sulfate, and hospitalization may be required. Symptoms can be prevented by avoiding triggers, such as allergens and irritants, and by the use of inhaled corticosteroids. Long-acting beta agonists (LABA) or leukotriene antagonists may be used in addition to inhaled corticosteroids if asthma symptoms remain uncontrolled. The occurrence of asthma has increased significantly since the 1970s. In 2011, 235–300 million people globally have been diagnosed with asthma, and it caused 250,000 deaths.
Figure A shows the location of the lungs and airways in the body.
Figure B shows a cross-section of a normal airway.
Figure C shows a cross-section of an airway during asthma symptoms.