Asthma is a disease that is more common in the urban areas than in rural areas and it accounts for over 25% of all non-tubercular cardiac diseases. Asthma is often developed in children before the ages of ten and they sometimes recover spontaneously over time.
The major symptom of asthma is bronchial disorder. Asthmatic patients, when suffering an attack, apparently have more difficulties in breathing out than in inhalation.
Indian goose berry is said to be used to provide first aid to a patient under asthma attack. Just 5 spoons of this berry, when mixed with honey can form a prophylactic if taken every morning. Lots of people say they have benefitted tremendously from this. You might too if you give it a trial. But of course, talk to your doctor first before using this or any other natural asthma treatments.
Ginger tea has been said to be a form of first aid to reduce the strength of an asthmatic attack. Hot ginger tea will help clear the pathway and the lungs and facilitate deeper breathing. But of course, it’s best to talk to your doctor before using Ginger tea or any form of natural asthma treatment.
Albuterol and Ipratropium are constituent of drugs for asthma control. These ingredients are bronchodilators which provide short term relief from asthma attacks. These are highly effective but may cause side effects live jittering and sleeplessness in most people.
You should not leave your asthmatic condition without proper attention. The misery associated with this condition should not be endured by anyone. This life is short; spending it in sickness is unthinkable. Do something today about your asthma; receive medication, try out natural treatment, do anything so far as it will give you comfort and help you live a normal life.
Asafetida (Ferula foetida) is a tree that the gum can be used to treat asthma attack. This gum can be mixed with honey and taken twice daily. This gum honey mixture is also effective in the treatment of whooping cough and bronchitis.
More than 5,500 Americans died of asthma last year and over 500,000 are hospitalized. When asthma is left unchecked, the least it does is increase pain for victims and the worst is death of patient. Asthma, if properly taken care of, can just be another condition. Otherwise it is a deadly chronic condition that can kill easily.