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Asthma Natural Relief

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Asthma is one of the most common health problems all over the world. Millions of people suffer from some kind of asthma. It is basically a respiratory disease in which the respiratory system gets too responsive to some kind of external stimuli. These stimulants can trigger allergic reactions from body, most common of these stimulants is the pollen. This is also one of the reasons why there are so many respiratory problems with the changing seasons.

When it comes to asthma medicines given by doctors, most of them are mainly aimed at two basic motives. First one is to stop an asthma attack and second one is to prevent it from happening again. In extreme cases steroids are also recommended. These steroids may help in controlling asthma attacks but they are also harmful in many other ways. They can have harmful side effects to them so they should be avoided as much as possible.

Sometimes alternative medicines are really effective, especially in health problems like asthma. This actually depends on person to person. What may be effective for an individual may not be effective for the other at all. The best part of using alternative therapies and natural remedies is that they don't have side effects and you can try them out to see if they work for you. In fact most of the asthma natural remedies are so good that they benefit you in many different ways.

Yoga has some very good exercises and postures which help in asthma and other respiratory allergies. Yoga has special breathing techniques which energizes body at the cell level. This not only works very well with asthma but also cures many other ailments all at the same time. Yoga also relaxes mind and body. A stressful and unhealthy lifestyle can also be a big reason for such health problems. Unlike the medicines which provide temporary reliefs, exercises like yoga work at the root level. Apart from yoga there are some other asthma natural remedies which work very effectively in such conditions. Probiotics or potentially beneficial bacteria can work really well with asthma. These are easily available as food supplements. Intake of Vitamin C and other antioxidants is also very helpful in asthma.



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