Natural Remedies for Asthma

Natural remedies for asthma are great variation from the traditional medication. They are suitable for the usage both in kids and adults and proved to be rather effective. In many cases asthma is inherited and frequently is accompanied with some kind of a food intolerance or eczema. Conventional medicine is becoming less popular and therefore alternative methods gain more weight. The thing is that all the medications are mostly aimed at treating the symptoms without taking into consideration the real reason of a proble...

Asthma Prevention – Can Asthma Be Cured?

Controlling asthma and mitigating its effects. The common reason why asthma can become worse in some time is because it is not controlled in a proper way. Nowadays controlling asthma is actually easy due to the fact that there are both alternative and conventional ways of treating asthma available on the market. If you are willing to reduce the asthma effects, actually it would be advantageous to control asthma as much as you can. If you manage to control the asthma effects throughout childhood and also early adulth...

Natural Remedies for Childhood Asthma

The solution to curing childhood asthma doesn't have to be in the doctor's office. According to certain studies things your kid might be exposed to by the doctor - like antibiotics or vaccines - can even cause childhood asthma in some cases. The Department of Social Security (UK) and the Health Department (Australia) do acknowledge a specific association between antibiotics and asthma. There has been reported a connection between immunity affected by the use of vaccines and the allergies development causing childhoo...

Chronic Asthma Treatment for Every Age

Everyone heard about asthma. It is not a very pleasant thing to have. The term asthma came from Greek and has got a meaning of panting. In case of an asthmatic attack the air passage narrows therefore blocking the access of air to the lungs. This causes shortness of breath, or panting. There are a lot of cases when chronic asthma attacks end up lethally. The breathing passage can narrow to such extent that breathing is impossible and a person suffocates. The statistics shows that out of the 150 million people suffering...

What is Therapeutic Breathing?

Our breath is a combination of body, mind and soul. Many blockades are set up throughout our life, which prevent true experiences of our real life. The breathing therapy is a form of enhanced respiration, which solves the blockades and clears our inner core. With the help of the therapeutic breathing, we are able to reach clarity, energy and joy in our lives. Breath Most people know how to breathe superficially. Our breathing has evolved as our lives have changed. When we were born, our breathing was even and we had...

What Is Asthma?

Chronic bronchial asthma is a permanent disease of the airways and often closely associated with an allergy. Asthma symptoms are usually incurred attention, not infrequently at night. For people with asthma, the airways are overly sensitive. For people with frequent asthma bronchial symptoms areĀ  always easily ignited. This goes with mucosal swelling, accumulation of tough mucus and respiratory muscles becoming tense. Thus, the airways get constricted. Different influences such as a simple cold can reinforce the narrow...

Healthy Respiratory System

The airways are similar to a tree with a trunk (the trachea), two large main branches (the main bronchi), numerous small branches and twigs (bronchi and Bronchiolen) and - at the very end of lowest branches - many leaves, the so-called pulmonary vesicles or alveoli. Breathing enriches the blood with oxygen from the air. It works like this: The lungs are bubbles of blood lapped. Ensure the finest blood vessels, the walls enclosing the lungs bubbles. These take oxygen from the air and then carbon dioxide (CO2) from the b...

Bronchial Asthma

Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammation of the airways (bronchi). Their mucous is hypersensitive, thus it responds to various stimuli and swells. Moreover it produces phlegm that's tough on the lungs. The consequences are recurrent attacks of breathlessness, cough and shortness of breath. In between are also free intervals. In the worst cases the complaints are frequent or even permanent, and it can lead to a significant reduction of a person's activity. There are allergic (extrinsic), and endogenous or intrinsic...