Fighting a fire is easy, but it can be hard if you’re dealing with a serious respiratory infection like pneumonia.
The first step to battling a respiratory infection is identifying what kind of disease it is.
A serious respiratory illness is a disease that can kill you.
You need to be able to breathe.
You need to take care of yourself.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of a serious bacterial infection, you may have pneumonia, pneumonia-like illness, and it’s called pneumonia-associated pneumonia.
The pneumonia-related pneumonia is the most common type of pneumonia in the United States, accounting for nearly 1 in every 4,000 people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
So, how can you recognize a serious pneumonia?
It’s a symptom, not an illness.
When you start to have a cough or wheeze, it could be due to a serious infection, like pneumonia-induced bronchitis.
Pneumonia-associated pulmonary edema (PAPE) is another type of respiratory illness that can lead to pneumonia.
It’s a more serious type of illness, but most people recover from PAPE.
This isn’t a respiratory problem that can be treated with antibiotics.
It can lead in severe, chronic, or long-term complications like pneumonia, heart disease, stroke, and even death.
It also can be life-threatening and even deadly if untreated.
Symptoms of a respiratory illness include: A cough or sneeze that can last for a few hours or even days or weeks.
Swelling or fever.
Pain in your chest.
Chest pain that spreads to your neck, jaw, and back.
Tightness in your arms and legs.
Red or black hair.
Severe weakness or weakness in your legs.