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By Midhras on 2012-03-25 21:09:30
Asthma is a condition wherein the bronchial tubes, which function as the main air passageways, are inflamed. In the United States alone, approximately 20 million people have asthma, ranging from mild to severe conditions. Asthma can be detected if one or more of the following symptoms are present: wheezing, daytime and nighttime coughing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath.
When left untreated, asthma can be very dangerous and at times, even fatal, which is why asthmatic individuals should be monitored constantly, especially the children. The good news is that there are many remedies you can use to treat it. Knowing what these are would be very helpful, and to some extent, may even save lives.
A spoonful of turmeric powder in tomato juice or milk taken once daily will help in reducing tropical eosinophilia and free the pangs of breathlessness in asthmatics. A teaspoon of lettuce seeds mixed with honey when taken twice daily on empty stomach, during the treatment of asthma and bronchitis is a very useful tonic and when used regularly, will reduce dependence on asthma medicines and improve the quality of life.
Lettuce seeds contain lignose, which is an effective intestinal antiseptic also. A teaspoonful of fresh mint juice with 2 teaspoonfuls of pure malt vinegar and an equal quantity of honey stirred in four ounces of carrot juice given thrice daily as a medicated tonic during the treatment of bronchitis and asthma has many positive effects as it helps in reducing the swellings in the air passages and helps build immunity to various allergens.
Studies have shown over 20.3 million people have been diagnosed with a particular type of asthma. Knowing the causes and symptoms of asthma can help you prevent asthma attacks in the future.
Several different remedies can help decrease the severe symptoms of your asthma later in your life, some sooner than others. Follow these steps precisely, measure each dose exact, and this might help you with your asthma.
The air from the lungs and into the lungs is carried out by the tubes called airways. In Asthma there is an inflammation in the airways which makes it swollen and sensitive. If we breathe any substance it reacts strongly to that substance and the muscles around it gets tightened which results the airways to narrow. There is a deficit of air in the lungs as the swelling increases and the airways moves towards the narrower. Sticky, thick liquid mucus is formed by the cells in the air ways which further narrow the airways. In Asthma there is a shortness of breathe, chest tightness, coughing, and recurring periods of wheezing. Asthma is a chronic lung disease and it attacks people of all age and generally at midnight or early in the morning.
Exact cause of the Asthma is unknown but it may be said that it is the result of the – Family genes, respiratory infections during the childhood, due to some airborne allergens, exercise, sulfites in food drinks, respiratory infections, aspirin or non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs etc. Symptoms and cause of the asthma is different for different people.