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Alternative Medicines for Bronchial Asthma-By Edter

Alternative Medicines for Bronchial Asthma-By Edter

Bronchial asthmaDid you know that there are other ways to relieve asthma attack? This is a common inquiry, whereas people living with bronchial asthma do not want to use any pharmaceutical products for their condition. Most people (especially those who have intensive behavior) will not use medicines after experiencing minimal side effects.

Furthermore, some asthmatics who have other exiting illnesses such as diabetes mellitus or hypertension will often ask their doctor about the availability of alternative medicines. Using of non-medicine treatment for asthma was adapted by the American Medical Association.

In addition, medical experts in Asia also believed that using of alternative medicines are safe and effective for asthma cases. Is this the end for bronchodilators? Does alternative treatment serve as the asthma medication of the new era? Learn the different overviews of alternative medicines for bronchial asthma.

Top Five Alternative Treatment Modalities for Bronchial Asthma

Before you avail some of these treatments, you need to speak to your asthma specialist to determine the level of your tolerance. Some people may have different bodily response towards the treatment process.

  1. Herbs for Bronchial asthmaHerbal Remedies. There are approved herbal plants and extracts that can improve your lung capacity. These include pycnogenol, butterbur, and Indian frankincense. Homeopathic from Japan, Chinese, and India uses different blends of plant extracts that can promote lung functions. Some pharmaceutical products are using these active ingredients to create newer medications without any side effects.
  2. Breathing Techniques.Papworth method, Buteyko technique, and yoga exercises Breathing plays a crucial part for the improvement of the lung capacity. Most asthma specialist is advising their clients to participate in a group therapy that provides breathing exercises. Among these breathing techniques are Papworth method, Buteyko technique, and yoga exercises. Practicing these techniques can lower your chance of relying on asthma medications.
  3. Relaxation Techniques. Common asthma triggering factors such as tension and stress are eliminated through the help of relaxation techniques. If you are suffering from anxiety-induced asthma, you can rely on these activities (biofeedback, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation, and hypnosis). These activities soothe your mind and release any emotional conflicts that can affect your lung condition.

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  1. Acupuncture. This Ancient Chinese medicine involves the use of highly sterile and tiny needles that are pricked directly to the body’s focal points (strategic points). An expert acupuncturist knows where to place these needles that can relieve the clinical manifestations of asthma. However, never practice this alternative treatment alone. It may be helpful for your health but it can be dangerous at the same time.

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  1. Omega-3-Fatty Acid. The power of marine products such as mackerel, tuna, and salmon are rich in omega-3-fatty acids. This substance is proven to have great influence for the body inflammatory responses. It prevents asthma attack and promotes the condition of your heart.

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When applying these practices, make sure that your body can tolerate it. Some people may have less adaptation level for these treatments and may end up having no therapeutic outcome even after using it for several times.

The main key to exploit the advantages of alternative medicine is attitude. Being optimistic and patience will reflect the outcome of these methods – By Edterchelle Soriano

In our next article we shall discuss about – “Anxiety and Bronchial Asthma” under Health Education.

 

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  1. Sulley muntari
    Sulley muntari06-10-2014

    I’m an asthma patient and I would like to know how to treat it with out the use of medicine.I am from a poor family and I’m also the one taking care of my siblings and so I can’t afford to buy the medicine for the treatment that is why I would like know the techniques for treating asthma.I would be very glad for your assistance.Thank you.

    • Webmaster
      Webmaster06-12-2014

      Hello Sulley Muntari,

      Thanks for your query.

      Managing and controlling the causes of Asthma are the BEST medicine without medication:

      Identify your triggers. A “trigger” is what sets an asthma attack in motion. Found inside or in fresh air, they can include: smoke, chemicals (such as hair products, fragrances and paint products), pet dander, seasonal airborne particles (such as pollen and mold), changes in the weather and dust. Identifying and eliminating contact with as many triggers as possible may reduce, even eliminate, asthma attacks.

      Manage your home. Air filters and air conditioners are recommended for a fresh, more healthy living environment. Chronic asthma sufferers may want to invest in a vacuum cleaner that features a more efficient filtering system to avoid polluting the air with allergens.

      Monitor your diet. Some asthma attacks may be prompted by certain foods. Known culprits are wheat, chocolate, some dairy, nuts and a multitude of additives and preservatives. Keep a food diary and eliminate any foods that can be linked to asthma attacks.

      Learn yoga and other forms of meditation that require the practitioner to focus on breathing. Benefits include regulated breathing patterns, improved lung function, increased oxygen absorption and a strengthened immune system.

      Explore alternative therapies. Acupuncture, homeopathy and herbal remedies are possible ways to control your asthma without medicine. Some have been proven effective in diminishing or removing the need for prescription medications and inhalers. Checking with your physician before pursuing these methods is advised.

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