Home Remedies for Pneumonia


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How to Treat Pneumonia **

Four Methods:Treating PneumoniaPreventing PneumoniaUnderstanding
Community-Acquired PneumoniaUnderstanding Hospital-Acquired
PneumoniaCommunity Q&A

Pneumonia is a lower respiratory tract infection that affects the lung
tissue. Lower respiratory tract infections are the number one cause of
infectious disease death in the United States.^[1] Pneumonia is a very
serious condition and should be treated promptly and completely.



Method 1
Treating Pneumonia -

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*Take care of mild cases.* If you have a mild case of pneumonia, you will
be treated as an outpatient. If the patient is a child, she may be admitted
to the hospital if the doctor thinks it may get worse. Your doctor will
start you on an antibiotic regimen. Your doctor will also suggest rest and
increased sleep in order to get better as quickly as possible. Even in mild
cases, you should not go to school or work until your doctor says you can.
Total recovery is generally seven to 10 days.

· Some types of pneumonia are highly contagious, while others are only
passed to others under optimal conditions.^[2] When you are diagnosed, ask
your doctor about how contagious your particular pneumonia is, and for how
long you will be considered contagious.^[3]
· You should see a significant improvement in

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