Common Specialities
{{speciality.keyWord}}
Common Issues
{{issue.keyWord}}
Common Treatments
{{treatment.keyWord}}
Call Doctor
Book Appointment
Dr. Amit Jauhari - Pulmonologist, Bareilly

Dr. Amit Jauhari

92 (292 ratings)
MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)

Pulmonologist, Bareilly

20 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
Dr. Amit Jauhari 92% (292 ratings) MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology) Pulmonologist, Bareilly
20 Years Experience  ·  200 at clinic  ·  ₹200 online
Submit Feedback
Report Issue
Get Help
Reviews
Services
Feed

Personal Statement

Dedicated to providing cost effective, good health care in a reputed Health Establishment, based on Modern Technology....more
Dedicated to providing cost effective, good health care in a reputed Health Establishment, based on Modern Technology.
More about Dr. Amit Jauhari
MD (Physician) 1998 MD (Pulmonology) 2002 PGCC TB & HIV (USA) PG Diploma Geriatric Medicine (BHU)

Info

Education
MD (Physician) - OSMU - 1998
MD (Pulmonology) - OSMU - 2002
Past Experience
Incharge Chest, Allergy & TB Department at Clara Swain Mission Hospital
Consultant CHEST, ALLERGY & GERIATRICS at DR J. J. CLINIC
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Diabetes Education Programme - Asian Society
Certification Heart Failure Management - American cardiology Foundation
Stewardship in COPD- Cleveland Clinic -USA
...more
COPD Certification -American Thoracic Society
Fellowship IACP
Professional Memberships
Indian Medical Association (IMA)
National College of Chest Physicians, India
Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine
...more
Uttar Pradesh Diabetes Association (UPDA)
Member- Indian Thyroid Society (ITS).
Indian Academy of Geriatrics (IAG)

Location

Book Clinic Appointment with Dr. Amit Jauhari

J.J. Clinic

No.321, City Station RoadBareilly Get Directions
  4.6  (292 ratings)
200 at clinic
...more
View All

Consult Online

Text Consult
Send multiple messages/attachments. Get first response within 6 hours.
7 days validity ₹200 online
Consult Now
Phone Consult
Schedule for your preferred date/time
15 minutes call duration ₹200 online
Consult Now
Video Consult
Schedule for your preferred date/time
15 minutes call duration ₹300 online
Consult Now

Services

View All Services

Submit Feedback

Submit a review for Dr. Amit Jauhari

Your feedback matters!
Write a Review

Patient Review Highlights

"Caring" 5 reviews "knowledgeable" 18 reviews "Very helpful" 23 reviews "Practical" 2 reviews "Well-reasoned" 3 reviews "Prompt" 1 review "Sensible" 2 reviews "Professional" 2 reviews "Helped me impr..." 3 reviews "Inspiring" 2 reviews

Reviews

Popular
All Reviews
View More
View All Reviews

Feed

I am 55 years old I am having sleep apnea for using cpap machine and also I am a obese and large size of abdomen suffering from back pain and shoulder pain please tell me how to come out of it.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
I am 55 years old I am having sleep apnea for using cpap machine and also I am a obese and large size of abdomen suff...
Dear Lybrateuser, Sleep Apnea patients usually suffer from multiple health issues. In your case you can consult a Dietician and plan a weight reducing diet to help lose weight. If your treating doctor permits Aerobic exercises, Yoga and Walking, kindly start them. Set small achievable targets, Wishing you good health.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am suffering from spinal tuberculosis. Pus is formed. Medicine is on. How long it will take to control the pus.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, you have not mentioned the duration of your present ATT therapy, please understand TB treatment is a step wise therapy and you need to have patience. Pus and other symptoms improvement varies from patient to patient. Please don't change / switch / alter TB medicines or their doses. Kindly complete your course and you can always have a second opinion from a Pulmonologist. Wishing you a speedy recovery.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My wife who is 51 years old was diagnosed for symptoms of fibrosis (ILD) and has been using Wysolone steroids for last six months to control the continuous dry cough. The dry cough has since ceased and she has stopped taking wysolone. But wet cough with while phlem has started immediately accompanied by weakness. She has been on relent tablets since then for last one week which is effective for only 5 to 6 hours. Pl advise.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, ILD requires certain medications like steroids to be used for long periods. I hope that the medication has not been stopped without doctors advice. For the present health problem it will be advisable to consult a Pulmonologist. Also note that Long term steroid therapy affects immunity and some patients will require Vaccinations to prevent Seasonal & Serious Chest infections. Hope this solves your queries.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My mom, is always having cough. From last 4 years but after eating some medicines it cure but If the season changes it occurs. Please tell me how to cure it permanently.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, Seasonal cough can be a symptom of Asthma. You can consult a Pulmonologist and get a PFT Test done to confirm the diagnosis. If the PFT Test is suggestive of Asthma, appropriate medicines can bring lasting relief to cough problem. Wishing your mother good health.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am suffering from dry cough from last 2 weeks. Can you suggest what should be done.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, Dry cough lasting more than 15 days can be symptoms of Chest Infection. You can try steam inhalation for temporary relief. In case you are not relieved please consult a Pulmonologist, and get your Chest Xray done. Wishing you good health.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My age is 41 years. My full body is allergy and round red dot. I got medicine but when using the medicine it ok .Finish medicine it's coming back again and again. What can I do for this?

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
My age is 41 years. My full body is allergy and round red dot.
I got medicine but when using the medicine it ok .Fini...
Dear Lybrateuser, Allergies can be tough to treat, but Allergy Testing and Allergen specific therapy can solve many issues. Please consult an Pulmonologist for the Allergy Test and Vaccine Therapy. Wishing you good health.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

Breathing Exercises To Increase Lung Capacity

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly

Your lung capacity is the total amount of air that your lungs can hold. Over time, our lung capacity and lung function typically decrease slowly as we age after our mid-20s. Some conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) can significantly speed up these reductions in lung capacity and functioning. This leads to difficulty in breathing and shortness of breath.

Fortunately, there are exercises that can help maintain and increase lung capacity, making it easier to keep your lungs healthy and get your body the oxygen it needs.

1) Diaphragmatic breathing, or “belly breathing,” :

engages the diaphragm, which is supposed to do most of the heavy lifting when it comes to breathing. This is particularly helpful in people with COPD, as the diaphragm isn’t as effective in these individuals and could be strengthened. It’s best used when feeling rested. If you have COPD, ask your doctor or respiratory therapist to show you how to use this exercise for best results.

According to the COPD Foundation, you should do the following to practice diaphragmatic breathing:

  • Relax your shoulders and sit back or lie down.

  • Place one hand on your belly and one on your chest.

  • Inhale through your nose for two seconds, feeling the air move into your abdomen and feeling your stomach move out. Your stomach should move more than your chest does.

  • Breathe out for two seconds through pursed lips while pressing on your abdomen.

  • Repeat.

2) Pursed-lips breathing:

can slow down your breathing, reducing the work of breathing by keeping your airways open longer. This makes it easier for the lungs to function and improves the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide. This breathing exercise is often easier for beginners than diaphragmatic breathing, and you can do it at home even if no one has showed you how. It can be practiced at any time.

To practice the pursed-lips breathing technique:

  • Inhale slowly through your nostrils.

  • Purse your lips, as if pouting or about to blow on something.

  • Breathe out as slowly as possible through pursed lips. This should take at least twice as long as it did to breathe in.

  • Repeat.

3) Rib Stretch:

This exercise is easy to use, and it can be done by anyone. It works by holding as much air in the lungs for as long as is safely possible. This can help improve your lung function and capacity when used at least once a day.

To use the rib stretch exercise to increase lung capacity:

  • Stand upright with your back arched.

  • Exhale all the oxygen from your lungs.

  • Breathe in slowly, filling your lungs as much as possible.

  • Hold your breath for at least 10 seconds.

  • Slowly exhale.

4) Numbered Breathing:

This breathing exercise can benefit anyone looking to increase their lung capacity. Numbered breathing requires that you breathe in and out to an increasing pattern of counts.

To perform this exercise:

  • Stand still and take a deep breath with your eyes closed.

  • Force all the air out of your lungs when you exhale.

  • As you inhale again, picture the number 1.

  • Hold your breath for several seconds, and then exhale.

  • Inhale as you picture the number 2, and exhale after holding your breath until the count of 3.

  • Continue this exercise until you get to the number 8.

Tips for Healthy Lungs:

Prevention is the best medicine, and working to keep your lungs healthy is much more efficient than trying to repair them after something goes wrong. To keep your lungs healthy, do the following:

  • Stop smoking, and avoid secondhand smoke or environmental irritants.

  • Eat foods rich in antioxidants.

  • Get vaccinations like the flu vaccine and the pneumonia vaccine. This can help prevent lung infections and promote lung health.

  • Exercise more frequently, which can help your lungs function properly.

  • Improve indoor air quality. Use tools like indoor air filters and reduce pollutants like artificial fragrances, mold, and dust.

Ma'am I am having cough problem for around 2 weeks and it is not getting better please suggest me something I tried here with a doctor he wrote me anti-allergic 10 day medicine but its getting worse .I'll be highly thankful to you.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser any cough for more than 7 days, with poor improvement can be due to Chest Infection. Kindly consult a Pulmonologist for proper treatment. Wishing you Good Health.
Submit FeedbackFeedback

My Father aged 56 diagnosed with pulmonary tb. Doctor advised akurit4. He is getting vomiting and not eating. Any advise pls. LFT done after seven days of treatment report show normal. Today is the 8 day he is hesitating to take food and medicine.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, TB treatment is a step wise therapy and sometimes some problems like loss of appetite, vomiting, joint pains are seen. You should have patience and please don't change / switch / alter TB medicines or their doses, as most problems will resolve by themselves But in case of persisting / non improvement of such problems you can always have a second opinion from a Pulmonologist. Wishing your Father a speedy recovery.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback

I am suffering from dry cough from last 2 days. Chest pain and unable to sleep at night how can I get ride of this problem.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
Dear Lybrateuser, Dry Cough and chest pain, can be symptoms of Chest Infection. You can try steam inhalation for temporary relief. In case you are not relieved please consult a Pulmonologist. Wishing you good health.
1 person found this helpful
Submit FeedbackFeedback
View All Feed