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From what I know, there is no cure for asthma, but have you tried something that

  1. Shil1978 profile image94
    Shil1978posted 7 years ago

    From what I know, there is no cure for asthma, but have you tried something that diminished them?

  2. FeniqueS profile image73
    FeniqueSposted 7 years ago

    Without know what type of Asthma, this is hard to answer for me.  Is the asthma allergy induced or because the lungs are weak which sometime herniated.  Myself, I use to have asthma really bad, but mine was because I had obesity and the weight made... read more

  3. Marisa Wright profile image98
    Marisa Wrightposted 7 years ago

    Correct use of a preventive inhaler can reduce the symptoms to the point where you don't notice them.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Managing-Asthma-with-Inhalers

    If your asthma is caused by allergies, you can improve things by avoiding allergens:

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Dealing-with-Asthma-Allergies

  4. WriteAngled profile image86
    WriteAngledposted 7 years ago

    I discovered when trying to get rid of a cold that zinc + vitamin C and pelargonium extract not only helped the cold symptoms, but also improved my asthma. I've carried on taking these supplements together with my preventer inhaler and am delighted to find that I can now go for days without using my reliever inhaler. This is a massive first for me in the 18 years I have had asthma, during which I've been getting through 2-3 reliever inhalers per month.

    A study in Egyptian children found supplementing their diets with zinc + vitamin C + omega-3 reduced lung inflammation, improved lung function and decreased the severity of asthma symptoms and attacks.

    I've written a hub on the effects of zinc on asthma
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Zinc-supplement … a-symptoms

 
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