Asthma is a chronic condition affecting the lungs wherein the recurring inflammation and narrowing of the airways (bronchi) result in the obstruction of airflow in response to the sensitivity to certain allergic or non-allergic factors. This makes breathing difficult and may trigger recurrent episodes of coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath.

Asthma causes

  • Family history of Allergies, Bronchitis, Asthma, or Skin diseases

  • Occupational causes like working in a chemical factory, farm, laboratory, drug factory, metal or plastic plant, wood factory, painting work, etc.

  • Recurrent Lower respiratory tract infections

  • Sensitive to Allergens like dust, dust mites, strong odors, pollen, weather, smoke, etc.

  • Emotional factors like stress, anxiety, etc.

Asthma symptoms

  • Cough: In asthmatic conditions,  the airways are swollen and the body thinks of any outer substance sticking to it so tries to expel out and produce a cough. The more he coughs the more bronchial spasm occurs and the discomfort is felt more.

  • Shortness of breath: Shortness of breath is the common and major symptom of asthma. The shortness of breath occurs due to airway inflammation and restriction of space for the free flow of air during respiration.

  • Wheezing or whistling: Sound is produced when the airways are narrowed due to swelling of the inner mucosal lining in addition to the secretion of mucus in it and in that narrow tube when the air is passed it creates a whistling or wheezing sound.

  • Chest tightness with rapid breathing

  • Restlessness

  • Trouble in sleeping - The asthma is generally worsened during nighttime.

Asthma types

  1. Childhood Asthma: Asthma in children is known as childhood asthma. Due to the exposure to different allergens, environmental pollution, exposure to chemicals, genetic factors, food habits, and the misuse of antibiotics, the incidence of asthma is increasing in children from the age group of 1 to 14 years.

  2. Occupational Asthma: Asthma caused due to the occupation of the person is known as occupational asthma. In occupational asthma, the symptoms turn worst while working in a particular place, such as a bakery, chemical factory, farm, laboratory, drug factory, metal or plastic plant, wood factory, painting work, etc.

  3. Seasonal Asthma: When some patients experience episodes of asthma at a certain time of the year, it is known as seasonal asthma. In this type of asthma, symptoms are triggered by things or conditions that are present only at certain times of the year such as pollens, cold weather, cloudy, or rainy weather, etc.

Asthma Homeopathy treatment

  • Homeopathy treatment can well manage the acute symptoms of an asthmatic condition like difficulties in breathing, cough, fever, etc most effectively and more safely.

  • The shortness of breath and wheezing sound also gradually decreases with Homeopathic medicines

  • Homeopathy treatment for asthma can cure the allergic condition too which is one of the triggers factors for the development of asthma

  • Homeopathy treatment for asthma is very safe and without have any drug side effects

  • It Helps to prevent recurrent episodes of asthma

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