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Breathing Exercises to aid Asthma Treatment

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“Doctor, I feel as if there is no strength in my lungs.” “Yes, you are right. You need to increase the strength of your breathing muscles. That is why I had advised you to start doing breathing exercises.” Asthmatics often fall into a vicious circle of avoiding activities that need them to exert. Muscles which are under-utilized do not maintain ... Read More »

Tips to Manage Asthma in Children

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Parents can do to aid their Child’s Asthma Treatment Increasing prevalence of asthma in children across the globe has become a reason of worry for parents. Here are few tips for parents whose child has been suffering with asthma to help manage asthma in children. Asthma is a disease which may not be cured but can be controlled. Asthma management ... Read More »

Asthmatic Bronchitis Treatment- Inhalers Vs Homoeopathy

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What Is Asthmatic Bronchitis? Asthmatic Bronchitis refers to an incidence of acute bronchitis in any person with asthma. Acute bronchitis is a disease of the respiratory system in which there is inflammation in the air passage. This inflammation leads to congestion and difficult breathing. Asthmatic Bronchitis Treatment Asthmatic Bronchitis Treatment includes: Antibiotics Bronchodilators (Medications which work to open out the constricted air passages) Anti inflammatory ... Read More »

Monsoon and Asthma

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Asthma is an immunological disorder producing symptoms at the respiratory system affecting the lower respiratory tract lungs and bronchioles. Monsoon proves worse for Asthmatics while is boon for others who have drenched in sweats for last many months??? Moisture content in air rises up as monsoon arrives. This mixes with the polluted air and our entire body. The immune system ... Read More »

How to manage Asthma in rainy season?

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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways or bronchioles resulting in difficult breathing. The inflammation of airways results in constriction and narrowing of the smooth muscles of airways causing difficult breathing, sputum production, cough and increased mucus secretion. Triggering Factors: Allergens: the substances like pollens, molds, fungi, pet dander and dust act as a major triggering factors for ... Read More »

Prevention and treatment of exercise induced asthma

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Asthma attack brought on during the exercise or immediately after exercise is called as Exercise Induced Asthma. The inhalation of dust, pollens or allergens during exercising is responsible for the Exercise Induced Asthma. The Exercise Induced Asthma can be experienced by the patient if the patient of Asthma exercises for a long period of time without taking rest. Causes: Exercise, increases ... Read More »

Diet in Asthma

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Asthma is a chronic recurrent respiratory disease with inflammation of bronchial tubes. Homeopathy has a very good scope in the treatment of asthma. If we combine homeopathic treatment along with some dietary guidelines, we can expect really good results. So diet for asthma patients is very important. Best foods for asthma patients: Fruits: Fruits contain a lot of antioxidants and ... Read More »