NATURAL REMEDIES FOR ASTHMA

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Asthma is common respiratory disease. It is manifested as inflammation of bronchus with main symptoms as cough, heavy breathing, and pain in the chest.

Most common thing in treating asthma is inhaler and it is recommended to try treating it with natural medication if the condition is not that severe.

Folk medicine has variety of herbal mixtures with different level of effectiveness in treating this respiratory disease.

Food can also be effective natural remedy for various diseases because it is rich in vitamins, minerals and other healthy nutrients. They can act as natural remedy for diseases among them asthma.

EFFECTIVE ASTHMA REMEDIES

Omega 3 fatty acids

These essential fatty acids are vital for general human health and according to a study they can lower the level of inflammation that is the main cause of asthma. Our body can not create these acids and therefore it is important to provide it with the needed amount of them. Food that is rich in omega 3 fatty acids is sea fish, eggs and flaxseed oil. Make sure you have these ingredients on your menu daily to avoid conditions as asthma.

Vitamin B12

This vitamin of the B group also has important part in keeping the organism healthy. Researches show that this vitamin can lower the intensity as well as the frequency of asthma attacks. You can find vitamin B12 in various foods such as meat, milk and eggs which is the best way to enter it in your organism.

Flavonoids

This kind of powerful antioxidants can also be effective asthma remedy. Flavonoids are substances of herbal origin and you can’t find them in products of animal origin. Flavonoids can speed up the absorption of vitamin c in the body, prevent diseases and soothe various health conditions. Flavonoids can protect the membranes of the lungs and soothe inflammations. Among the best food sources of flavonoids are green tea, onions, ginger, berries, paprika, orange, tomato, grapes, and dark chocolate. NATURAL REMEDIES FOR ASTHMA

Vitamin C

Vitamin C is strong antioxidant that is very important for strong immune system. People that provide the organism with this vitamin have lower chances to get asthma. Vitamin C is also important for the health of the lungs. It anti-oxidative properties can lower the amount of allergens that cause the inflammation and asthma. Recommended daily dose of vitamin C is 80 mg, but increase the dose if you suffer from asthma. Food rich in vitamin C is broccoli, peppers, citrus fruits, cabbage, strawberries.

 

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  1. Zahida Criss

    November 13, 2017 10:28 am

    I was diagnosed with COPD & emphysema in May of this year. I have been smoke free for 14 months. I quit because my first granddaughter was going to be born! I didn’t want to smell like an ashtray when I held her! Since then I have been having trouble breathing, gained twenty pounds since quitting smoking I was exercising and not losing any weight, seeing a dietician and being told to quit eating practically! I was depressed and feeling like nothing is working! There’s got to be a way to make me feel like my chest isn’t so tight feeling like something is stuck in my chest. I lost touch with reality.I started on Health Herbal Clinic COPD Herbal formula treatment in August 2017, i read alot of positive reviews on their success rate treating COPD disease through their Herbal formula and i immediately started on the treatment. Just 7 weeks into the Herbal formula treatment I had great improvements with MY breething ,I am unbelievably back on my feet again, this is a breakthrough for all COPD Patients, visit Health Herbal Clinic official website www. healthherbalcliniC. net or email info@ healthherbalclinic. net.This treatment is incredible!

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