In the race of advancement and to squeeze the maximum out of our resources, we have somewhere ignored our physical self and invited many ailments into our bodies.
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How To Manage Your Asthma Through Alternative Medicine And
In the race of advancement and to squeeze the maximum out of our resources, we have somewhere
ignored our physical self and invited many ailments into our bodies. One of these modern disorders
that are very common these days is asthma.
Asthma is a disorder which causes difficulty in breathing and tightening of the chest. The common
symptoms of asthma are:
Coughing, sometimes accompanied by phlegm.
Moderate shortness of breath.
Tightness of chest.
Restlessness and insomnia.
Wheezing sound coming from breathing.
Asthma generally is a chronic problem and is often triggered by environmental and emotional
factors. It can also be triggered by some environmental conditions, such as pollution in the air, stress
or over execrating exercise, allergens or perfumes, wool dust, alcoholic beverages, cold or flu, dry
cool air, and certain chemicals used in plastics and paints.
Once diagnosed, asthma should be monitored by a physician.
However, to prevent asthma attacks, many people use medicated inhalers and consider installing air
filters inside their houses to keep away from allergens and dust. However, people have reported
successful reduction in the episodes of asthma attacks by using unconventional medical therapies,
such as, yoga, acupuncture in Los Angeles, reflexology, massage therapy, herbal and aromatherapy.
Reflexology and acupuncture are considered to be most effective for alleviating the symptoms of
asthma. Including therapeutic treatments, a daily dose of vitamin B-Complex and magnesium is also
advised to reduce the severity of asthma episodes.
By using alternative therapies, you can reduce asthma gradually and will definitely find your