Asthma

“If you are not ready to alter your way of life, you cannot begin to heal.” – Hippocrates (460-377 B.C). You will find here information, articles and books addressing the positive holistic approach to Asthma.

Asthma

Deal With Your Asthma Naturally, So You Can Breathe Again!

Asthma is a chronic condition affecting a person’s ability to breathe. During an asthma attack, a person’s airways become inflamed and constrict, making it difficult for air to flow through the lungs. Those suffering from an asthma attack may experience tightness in the chest, wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath. About 1 in 15 children and 5% of adults suffer from this disease.

Asthma can be hereditary. It can also result from respiratory infections or viral infections during young childhood when the immune system is developing. Children who suffer frequent respiratory infections prior to age six are at high risk for developing asthma, especially if they have a parent with the disease. Exposure to airborne allergens, such as dust mites, tobacco smoke, or pet dander is also thought to be a possible cause of asthma. Even exposure to certain chemicals or irritants in the workplace can cause what is referred to as occupational asthma.

Asthma doesn’t always appear during childhood. Some adults suddenly find themselves with adult-onset asthma. Whether it’s the result of exposure to an irritant in the workplace, as mentioned above, or a gradually increasing sensitivity to other common triggers over time, asthma can appear at any age.

There is a common myth that asthma can be outgrown. If you have asthma during childhood, you always have the disease, although your symptoms can become dormant or less noticeable. Your symptoms could reappear at any time.

For those that have asthma, exposure to allergens can trigger an asthma attack. Exercise can also bring on asthma attacks in some people. If you’re asthmatic, and you have a respiratory infection or bad cold, you may notice that your asthma symptoms are worse. Each person who has the disease may have sensitivity to a different set of triggers, and the symptoms can range drastically in severity. Some individuals suffering from asthma may experience very mild wheezing and shortness of breath, while others may require hospitalization for an attack.

The most important factor in the effective management of asthma is to know your personal triggers and maintaining a treatment plan. This may mean not participating in activities that would expose you to known triggers, such as participation in sports or other outdoor activities. Asthma attacks can come on quite suddenly for some people, and they can be very serious if severe. In the worst cases, an asthma attack can be life threatening, preventing the person from getting adequate oxygen to the body.

The good news is there are natural methods that claim to be highly effective in dealing with asthma and maintaining control of the symptoms or even nearly eliminating them. Make a commitment to undertake a natural, holistic approach to dealing with your asthma, and start living your life to the fullest!

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