Bronchitis is an infection resulting in inflammation of the bronchial tubes which is usually caused by a virus. It is clinically defined as a chronic cough with mucus production most months during the year. Bronchitis usually develops rapidly and lasts fewer than 2 to 3 weeks and is marked by a painful and persistent cough. It is extremely contagious and it can be caught through coughing, sneezing, or touching places that an infected person has touched. It can also result from inhaling the fumes from acids, solvents, cigarettes or other environmental toxins. Bronchitis can be particularly dangerous for the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. Oxidative stress is high in the lungs for many reasons. It is a well-known fact that most lung diseases are characterized by weak anti-oxidant activity and impaired glutathione-related enzyme systems. When white blood cells meet bacteria, they release caustic substances like peroxides. This is biochemical warfare, and the white blood cells and the surrounding tissues use Glutathione to defend themselves.

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