If you thought homeopathy medicine is only the little while granules of sweet medication, or the tasteless brown liquid, then you ought to read on.
Asthma is a condition in which a patient suffers difficulty in breathing due to blocked airways that carry air to and from the lungs. Usually, asthma patients have swollen airways, which narrows the passage, and hence causes difficulty in breathing.
Homeopathy is considered as a holistic method of healing. Homeopathy does not simply heal a disorder, it aims at maintaining and restoring the body’s balance and making it immune towards the health problem.
What does Mother Teresa, Charles Darwin, David Beckham and the Royal Family of England have in common? It is not just that they are famous. The fact is that they are all ardent advocates of Homeopathy.
Homeopathy, also spelt as Homoeopathy, is an alternative medicine. It was originated by Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, based on his doctrine of ‘like cures like’. According to him, the very substance that causes a sickness will also cure the sickness.
The condition of asthma can worsen if proper precautions and care is not taken, especially in winters. Certain measures can help to ease the symptoms of asthma. As the temperature tips, the cold and dry air triggers the asthma symptoms.
Asthma is a respiratory tract infection, which adversely affects the lifestyle of a patient. Asthma results in inflammation of lungs, and patient has difficulty in breathing. People can develop asthma at any age.
Asthma is known to be a chronic disease where a patient suffers problems in breathing. Asthmatic patients have got sensitive airways which get obstructed due to some allergic materials present in the air. The airways get inflamed or swollen and the person has tough time breathing thus aggravating asthma. Smoking is one of the biggest culprits in this regard. Not only has it affected the person who smokes rather adversely affects the non smoker too.
More than 300 million people are affected from asthma and around 255,000 asthmatics die worldwide every year!
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of airways, in which airways of lungs swells and becomes narrow. During the asthma attack, the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and swelling occurs in the lining of the air passages. In such a condition, amount of air passing through airways reduces and asthmatic’s experiences the symptoms like wheezing, breathing problem, tightness in chest, and coughing. These symptoms are more frequently experienced during night and early morning.
Asthma is a chronic disease of the bronchial, characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing. WHO estimates about 235 million people currently suffer from asthma. Although, asthma is under-diagnosed and under-treated; it has a relatively low fatality rate compared to other chronic diseases.
But did you know pests can trigger asthma?
Yes, droppings or body parts of cockroaches and other pests can trigger asthma. Certain proteins, found in cockroach feces and saliva, can cause allergic reactions or trigger asthma symptoms.