Monday, March 31, 2014

ASTHMA Protection

ASTHMA Protection & Care

You wheeze and can’t breathe- there is never a good times to have an asthma attack. Millions suffer the wheezing, chest tightness and breathing difficulties that typify asthma. A great variant of triggers can set off an asthma attack.

Folk medicine is rich in legends of remedies that have been used around the world. So go ahead and try a few of them if you must, such as one everyone seems to have heard of:

  • Get a Chihuahua (a very short-haired Mexican dog.) The theory seems to be that the disease will leave your body and jump to the poor dog.
  • In reality, this has been effective, particulary eighth childen. Psychologists think that childen focus on the animal instead of their feelings of being unable to breathe and sometimes improve.

Here are some further things that have proven to be effective.

  • Avoidance of the triggering stimuli.
  • Examine your environment and remove dust, mould, cat and dog dander.
  • Avoid smokers and smoke- filled rooms.
  • Those whose asthma is triggered by cold air should air avoid breathing through their mouth and cover their mouth with a scarf in winter as the nasal passages will warm the outside air.
  • There is striking evidence that technique of progressive relaxation can be used to avert an asthma attack.
  • Exercise with brief periods of rest.
  • Avoid foods that contain sulphites, a preservative, found in such things as shellfish and wine and wine.
  • Eucalyptus or horehound brewed as a tea act as natural bronchodilators, or airways relaxers.
  • Avoid dairy products, as they produce mucus.
  • Prepare equal amounts of chicory, celery and carrot juice in a juicer or blender. Drink one glassful of juice daily.
  • Begin with 1 clove of garlic daily and slowly increase until the intake is 6 to 10 clove daily.
  • Mix 1 teaspoonful of grated horseradish with 1 teaspoonful of honey and swallow it down, followed by a large glass of room temperature water.
  • At the first sign of an attack, saturate several strips of cloth with white full blown attack of asthma from developing.