Translation of catarrh in Spanish:

catarrh

catarro, n.

Pronunciation /kəˈtɑr//kəˈtɑː/

noun

  • 1

    catarro masculine
    • In my experience, dairy products such as milk and cheese can induce the formation of mucus and catarrh in a surprising number of individuals.
    • It will also help to ease aches and pains associated with winter colds and flu, clearing catarrh and encouraging you to breathe more easily.
    • The catarrh produced with throat or tonsil infections can also cause bad breath.
    • Atopy is an inherited inclination to develop atopic dermatitis, allergic nasal catarrh, allergic conjunctivitis, or allergic asthma.
    • There may be lots of mucus or catarrh in the nose and mouth.
    • Twenty-six per cent experienced a reduction in catarrh and 15 per cent reported an improvement in eczema.
    • Eucalyptus has for a long time been known as a remedy for easing bronchial problems such as asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, whooping cough and chronic catarrh.
    • Some children cannot break free from glue ear while they are full of repeated cold and catarrh, and often begin school unable to speak or hear properly.
    • Dairy products are quite common instigators of food sensitivity-related reactions which include a blocked nose, sinus congestion and catarrh.
    • They are also more likely to develop glue ear if they have a history of associated problems such as repeated upper respiratory infections (including colds and flu) or nasal catarrh.
    • Garlic helps to prevent colds and expel catarrh from the chest, will sooth a nagging cough and relieves the symptoms of sinusitis.
    • The main type of drug treatment for catarrh is decongestants, which can be bought over the counter from a pharmacy.
    • Today, British allergy specialists concur that a candida overgrowth is responsible for a number of symptoms: gut disorders like itching wind and changed bowel habits, catarrh, some eczemas, arthritis and asthma.
    • Dairy products do have a tendency to induce the production of mucus and catarrh around the nose and throat.
    • A Scottish doctor in London has made the discovery that in many people it produces appendicitis, catarrh of the stomach and some minor diseases.
    • Her diet is strict; she avoids dairy products, which can create catarrh problems for singers.