Asthma is a condition caused by inflammation of air ways which leads to cough and difficulty in breathing. This happens when body reacts to certain triggers like dust, smoke or exercise which stimulates an asthma attack. During the attack the person wheezes and often experience tightness in the chest.
Some of the common symptoms of asthma are:
- Difficulty in breathing.
- Cough at night.
- Wheezing and shortness of breath.
- Tightness in the chest and chest pain.
- The frequency of your asthma attacks has increased and is more and sustained than before.
- Your asthma symptoms are not responding to procedures as well as they used to.
- Difficulty in sleeping through the night. You are more frequently woken up at night due to night time asthma attack.
There are two major categories of asthma:
Allergic asthma: – That means there is something in the environment that a person is allergic to that is having an adverse reaction to that normally does not cause the problem. Other allergens that can cause asthma attack are cockroaches, rodents, house dust, mites, mold, and pets.
Non-allergic asthma: – Which means not an allergen is creating it. Probably 80% of people who have an asthma episode have a viral infection which turns around in asthma. The most common viruses called rhinovirus that causes asthma in 80% of people of asthma who have an asthma worsening when they get that virus.
Environment: – There has been a seasonal change (pollen season) and other changes in the environment (cold conditions) and your asthma is reacting to it. The first thing you should do is to limit your exposure to such known asthma triggers.
Change in food habits: – Diet change might trigger frequent asthma attacks. The safe thing is to avoid those foods that might induce heavy asthma attacks.
procedures: – Procedure you are taking for another condition might be intervening with the treatment that you are taking for asthma. Or your asthma procedure itself may not be correct one.
Allergies: – May be you are allergic to few things like dust, mites, pollen, chemicals, pet dander, etc- Dust mites and pollen can often trigger your asthma attack. Clean and vacuum your beds and carpet frequently. Wash children’s toys regularly.- Artificial chemicals like bleaching powder, petrol etc can trigger your asthma attacks. Knowing which of these chemicals induces an asthma attack will help you in staying away or avoiding using them.
- Family history of asthma
- Second hand smoke
- Family history of allergies linked to asthma
Exercising a strict diet control by avoiding the food items that are not good for your Asthma and trigger Asthma symptoms and attacks is one of the foremost important measures to be taken in your fight against Asthma.
Adding Vitamins C and E to your diet daily can help avoid your asthma symptoms and triggers.
Orange juice, citrus fruits, broccoli and squash are known to contain Vitamin C.
Kale, wheat germ, almonds, whole grain cereals and sunflower seeds are rich in Vitamin E.
Homeopathic Approach for asthma:-
According to conventional remedy there is no control for asthma, only the long term use of inhalers, corticosteroids or certain procedures is the option.
But proper Homeopathic treatment helps to control the frequent attacks of Asthma, cold and cough weakness and restlessness thus helping a person to lead a normal life.
Attacks of Asthma may last from few minutes to hours. Proper diet, care and preventive measures with proper treatment help to control the disease.
In Homeocare international, during the first visit of the person case history is taken which includes the present complaints of people, duration of the symptoms, family history, presentation and mental symptoms of people, any treatment he has undergone before, lastly the remedy is selected on the basis of evaluation of symptoms and constitution of the person. This type of treatment will help prevent the progress of disease and control the rest from its root.
Homeocare offers a remarkable homeopathy asthma treatment where the remedy given acts as an Antibiotic against infection and thus addresses the symptoms. The right approach of using homeopathy for treating this condition avoids unnecessary complications whilst emphasizing. The aim of homeopathy treatment is not only to control the asthma symptoms but also the underlying cause.