How to Treat Asthma Naturally

  posted by: Dennis

 

how to treat asthma naturallyAsthma attacks happen when there is swelling in the airways of the lungs. When this occurs, signs and symptoms such as chest tightness, cough, wheezing, and shortness of breath may be experienced. Although most cases are minor, others (particularly in children) are severe enough for it to affect the activities of daily living.

Generally, it is still important to prompt medical treatment on how the problem. However, several sufferers are just looking for a cure of the problem without the inhaler or medication. So, is there a way on how to treat asthma naturally? Learn more by reading the rest of the post below.

Natural Ways to Treat Asthma

First up, you can get rid of the environmental triggers. Since asthma is considered as one of the allergies, it is necessary that you eliminate dust in your house or even at your workplace. Change your linens on a regular basis, remove animal dander, and clean your air conditioner.

Many attest that diet control can help a lot in improving your breathing function. Having said this, consider intake of omega-3 fatty acids which is usually found in fish. In addition, you can increase consumption of Vitamin D rich food items which are known to help boost your immunity as well. Limit intake of dairy products since it’s known to be among the triggers. Magnesium supplements, ginseng, and licorice root are some of the other natural remedies to help deal with the condition.

Exercising can also help improve your condition and avoid occurrence of attacks. Alternative treatment such as acupuncture and stress management may be done to alleviate symptoms and possible attacks.

Perform some of the lifestyle changes and dietary management to get relief from the condition. But in the instance when the symptoms worsen and difficulty breathing is experienced, nothing beats seeking medical treatment immediately.

 

 

 

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Date: December 21, 2011 | Category: General Health
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