Sadness fell over the fans of the artistic community, after the great singer Maher Al-Attar left our world this evening at the age of 83, after a struggle with a disease that had long been known for his sweet voice during the 1940’s and 1950’s.
Al-Watan learned that the late artist Maher Al-Attar, He had been transferred to a Cairo hospital and he was in critical health after he felt severe shortness of breath, and with the detection it became clear that he had acute bronchitis, so we provide you with the most important information about that disease.
Learn about Maher Al-Attar’s disease that caused his death
The Ministry of Health and Population had earlier circulated on its official page on the social networking site “Facebook” the symptoms of bronchitis, explaining that its symptoms appear in the form of a cough that contains mucus and secretions that can change color.
She added, “Bronchitis may be acute or chronic, and the acute type is the most common. It is a constant irritation of the lining of the bronchi, and it is often due to smoking.”
The Ministry of Health indicated that his symptoms improve within a week to 10 days without permanent effects, and the cough may last for weeks.
In the following lines, we offer you ways to prevent and prevent bronchitis, according to the Russian site “Sputnik”, citing the site “dailymedicalinfo”.
Refrain from smoking and do not allow others to smoke in your home.
Staying away or less sitting in the middle of things that irritate your nose, throat, or lungs, such as dust or pets.
Get relief if you have a cold.
Take care to take the medicine the way your doctor tells you.
Eat a healthy diet.
Wash your hands often.
Do not share food, cups, glasses, or dinnerware.
It is worth noting that Fahd Al-Attar, the son of the great singer’s brother, had announced the news of the death of “Maher Al-Attar”, through his Facebook account, and wrote: “Go to the mercy of God Almighty, my uncle, the singer Maher Al-Attar. Peace is a trust for my father. We shall return to him, there is no strength or power except with God. Farewell, the dean of the family of art and the perfumers … Please pray.