Respiratory Problems

What is Respiratory Problems?

Respiratory disease is any of the diseases and disorders of the airways and the lungs that affect human respiration.

Diseases of the respiratory system may affect any of the structures and organs that have to do with breathing, including the nasal cavities, the pharynx (or throat), the larynx, the trachea (or windpipe), the bronchi and bronchioles, the tissues of the lungs, and the respiratory muscles of the chest cage.

Signs and symptoms

The symptoms of lung disease are relatively few. Cough is a particularly important sign of all diseases that affect any part of the bronchial tree. A cough productive of sputum is the most important manifestation of inflammatory or malignant diseases of the major airways, of which bronchitis is a common example. In severe bronchitis the mucous glands lining the bronchi enlarge greatly, and, commonly, 30 to 60 ml of sputum are produced in a 24-hour period, particularly in the first two hours after awakening in the morning. An irritative cough without sputum may be caused by the extension of malignant disease to the bronchial tree from nearby organs. 

It is constantly present. It may become so severe as to immobilize the victim, and tasks such as dressing cannot be performed without difficulty. Severe fibrosis of the lung, resulting from occupational lung disease or arising from no identifiable antecedent condition, may also cause severe and unremitting dyspnea. 

Viral infections of the respiratory system

A wide variety of viruses are responsible for acute respiratory disease. The common cold—frequently of viral origin—can cause inflammation of the trachea and laryngitis, and such inflammation may extend to involve the lower bronchial tree. After such episodes the ciliary lining of the bronchial tree may be damaged, but the repair process is usually rapid.

The respiratory tract is the site of an exceptionally large range of disorders for three main reasons:

(1) It is exposed to the environment and therefore may be affected by inhaled organisms, dust, or gases.

(2) It possesses a large network of capillaries through which the entire output of the heart has to pass, which means that diseases that affect the small blood vessels are likely to affect the lung.

(3) It may be the site of “sensitivity” or allergic phenomena that may profoundly affect function.

Herbal and Respiratory System

K.V. Ishan provides you a simple and effective package of medicines that gives you the power to fight the respiratory diseases.


P3 Capsule: Take one capsule twice/thrice a day or as directed by your Physician.

Lungs Life: One tablet twice a day or as directed by your physician

Product Description

P3 Capsule: Promotes natural immune system, Helps to repair damaged tissues & organs, Helps to maintain body balance, Very Helpful for elite Athletes.

Lungs Life: Purifies lungs, Heal tissue damage due to pollution, Tonic for lungs, gives energy to lungs and respiratory system, Useful in symptoms of TB, swelling of respiratory track, cough, asthma, Boosts lungs immunity and strength