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Asthma and bronchitis are both disorders that occur in the respiratory system of the human body. They can concern the bronchioles, bronchi, lungs, and another respiratory tract of the body. These diseases have to do with the bronchial tubes, and they should be well taken care of so as not to make things more complicated. The bronchial tube can become more restricted due to the inflammation or production of mucus that occurs.

These two diseases have some similarities, but they are actually different. Bronchitis occurs due to respiratory infection or cold. The disease is actually curable, but when it's not well taken care of, it can be more eminent and advance to what is called chronic bronchitis. For asthma, along with emphysema, are classified under the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). It is a permanent disorder, and the origin of the infection is not as known as that of bronchitis. It is elaborated to be of two types; intrinsic and extrinsic asthma.

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