Prevention of chronic tonsillitis is your protection against acute respiratory viral infections.
The most common diseases of mankind are – ACUTE RESPIRATORY VIRAL INFECTIONS, affecting both the upper and lower respiratory tract, the causative agents of which are respiratory viruses such as influenza A and B viruses, rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, parainfluenza viruses and the notorious coronaviruses.
Similar symptoms are expressed by a runny nose, sore throat, fever, cough, sneezing, muscle pain, nasal congestion, and hoarseness can manifest as rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngotracheitis, and bronchitis. Complications are manifested in the form of asthma, pneumonia, exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and acute respiratory distress syndrome. Severe cases of the disease can develop mainly in patients with chronic diseases, with impaired functioning of the immune system (HIV, the presence of oncology, tonsillectomy) and the elderly.
There is currently no effective antiviral agent. Most patients recover on their own. Treatment is symptomatic, aimed at relieving the symptoms of the disease. In severe cases, treatment is supportive, such as mechanical ventilation.
Some viruses cause upper respiratory tract infections, some lead to lower respiratory tract infections. Also, viruses can cause direct damage to the body in the form of cell necrosis and death and indirect damage in the form of inflammatory processes.
The main routes of infection with acute respiratory viral infections are airborne and contact. Airborne droplets are caused by inhalation of mucus particles sprayed in the air resulting from sneezing or coughing by an infected patient within a radius of two meters and beyond.
With the contact method of transmission, the virus can be transferred through infected objects of the surrounding household, and the infection itself occurs through the hands, when the virus enters the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. However, the contact method of contamination is much less common. Since basically a person touches the face and eyes, the cornea of which is dense enough and does not allow viruses to enter the body.
Therefore, the bulk of infections, nevertheless, occurs through the mucous membranes of the nasal passages and the oral cavity.
So, what’s the best way to protect yourself and your children from the devastating effects of the legion of viruses? As mentioned above, a specific antiviral drug has not been developed, the treatment is symptomatic and the patient recovers due to his own immunity. The answer is simple – prevention of the normal functioning of the tonsils and adenoids.
The tonsils are an important immune organ, which gives a primary immune response to all incoming viruses and bacteria, produces antibodies that destroy viruses and bacteria trying to invade our body.
90% of the world’s population has signs of chronic tonsillitis, as a result of which the normal functioning of the tonsils is disrupted and, as a result, massive infection with various viruses occurs.
To prevent chronic tonsillitis and to protect you from acute respiratory viral infections, Healthy Tonsils has developed a phyto-balm that restores normal tonsil function.
Phyto – balsam has a bactericidal and regenerating effect, contributing to the early restoration of a healthy epithelial layer of crypts of lacunar canals and the growth of micro follicles in the amygdala parenchyma.
Due to its composition, the phyto-balm applied to the nasal mucosa has a high ability to penetrate deeply into the epithelial layer and acts as a prolonged antiseptic that can prevent up to 90% of viruses from entering your body.
Prevention of chronic tonsillitis and protection from acute respiratory viral infections with the help of phyto-balm “Healthy Tonsils” you and your children can be carried out at home, having read the video instruction on our website.
The tonsils renewed after a preventive course work as a natural protector of your body, preventing any attempt by viral and bacterial agents to penetrate it.