Asthma is a chronic disease involving the airways in the lungs.These airways, or bronchial tubes, allow air to come in and out of the lungs. Chronic asthma involves inflamed and narrow airways. Breathing becomes extremely difficult during an attack. Airways become swollen and the muscles around them tighten.

Exact causes of asthma are unknown. It is thought to be a genetic condition and aggravated by environmental chemicals.Asthma often occurs early in life. It may be inherited, or from tendency to allergies or viral infections in infancy.
Symptoms that occur during an asthma attack include recurring and violent cough frequently at late night or early morning; periods of wheezing that you hear in the chest, chest tightness and extreme shortness of breath, inability to catch the breath.
People with asthma are generally under a doctor’s care. The doctor will prescribe medications and inhalants to assist breathing. Breathing therapies may be prescribed.
Be tested for food sensitivities.
The herb lobeliaeases coughing spells.
Eliminate milk and milk products.
Eat organically.
Eliminate hydrogenated oils; use extra-virgin olive.
Increase omega-3 fatty acids.
Drink plenty of water to keep secretions fluid.
Ginger/turmeric help ease symptoms.
UltraInflamX® Plus 360 from Metagenics is excellent to support the lungs.


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