If you do not take care of your lungs and just continue to abuse this, then there is a possibility that you can be infected with Pulmonary Tuberculosis which is a contagious bacterial infection that can spread to other organs not just the lungs.
Mycobacterium Tuberculosis or M.Tuberculosis is the main culprit that causes Pulmonary Tuberculosis. This can spread through breathing in air droplets from a cough or sneeze of an infected person. Thus a resulting infection is called Primary Tuberculosis.
For some people they may not noticed that they have Tuberculosis as it can stay inactive or dormant for many years, and for some may recover from this Primary Tuberculosis without any further evidence of the disease, but however for some people it can be reactivated.
It should be known that the following persons are at high risk of active Tuberculosis
- People with weakened immune systems like AIDS, chemotherapy, diabetes, or medicines that weakens the immune system.
Symptoms may be related to other diseases so it much better that you check with your doctor about this but if you want to know what are the instances or symptoms that can be identified with Pulmonary Tuberculosis then here are the list
- Experiencing excessive sweating, especially during at night
- Experiencing coughing with blood
- Experiencing coughing with mucus
- Experiencing fatigue and fever
- Feeling of weight loss
Why Serrapeptase is Effective in Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis?
Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzymes that is produced by enterobacterium Serratia sp. E-15. What Serrapeptase can do is digests inflammations, scar tissue, blood clots, cysts, and arterial plaque and inflammation in all forms. And with this serrapeptase helps by removing the inflammations and scarring from the lungs that is caused by Pulmonary Tuberculosis, once the inflammations and scars are treated, the lungs can perform properly and be healthy again.
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