Overcome Asthma - Natural Treatment Of Asthma by michaeljramsey


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									                      Asthma is an episodic constriction of the
                      bronchial tubes. Asthma occurs when the
                      main air passages of your lungs, the
                      bronchial tubes, become inflamed. The
                      muscles of the bronchial walls tighten, and
                      cells in the lungs produce extra mucus
further narrowing your airways and therefore making breathing
difficult. Asthma affects 20 million people in the United States.
Now, what are examples of natural treatment of asthma?

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Number one: Hypnotherapy. The goal of hypnosis treatment for
asthma is to achieve relaxation, which can help to prevent or
reduce your symptoms when having an attack. According to
studies, hypnotherapy helps adults and children suffering from
asthma, ease their symptoms and improve their quality of life.
Number two: Biofeedback. Studies suggest that biofeedback can
improve lung function and airway flow resistance by way of
influencing the cardiac rate variability. It is also known to
decrease the need for asthma medication among participants who
have learned the technique.

Number three: Licorice. For thousands of years, the licorice root
has been used to relieve asthma symptoms and breathing
problems caused by bronchitis and many other chronic and short-
term respiratory illnesses. In fact, studies suggest that it can
effectively soothe swollen airways, inhibit the release of
histamine, inhibit coughing, ease congestion, loosen and thin
mucus, soothe soreness and tightness in the throat, and aid in
the relaxation of bronchial spasms.

Number four: Butterbur. The butterbur plant is an herb that is
well known by a few other names, including bog rhubarb, butter
dock, and exwort. It is also currently one of the most talked
about herbal remedies for asthma. The probable reason behind
this fame is that many of the active components of the shrub
have been shown to soothe muscle spasms and act as an anti-
inflammatory agent that helps control asthma symptoms. Number
five: Chamomile. Chamomile tea has been used as a healing
drink for centuries. The medicinal properties of this tea are wide
and many, but perhaps the best known is it's ability to help you
relax. It is also used as an antihistamine.

Now, these are just a few examples of natural treatment of
asthma that you can use.

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