From what I know, there is no cure for asthma, but have you tried something that diminished them?
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
Correct use of a preventive inhaler can reduce the symptoms to the point where you don't notice them.
If your asthma is caused by allergies, you can improve things by avoiding allergens:
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
by TimMEy 7 years ago
When you have Asthma, what can you do about it?As far as I know there is no cure for Asthma but there are options to make it better, so that people do not suffer that much from the disease. What do you think actually helps?
by Sharice 4 years ago
Have you tried Sublingual Immunotherapy to treat mold allergies?I am curious to find out if there is any one out there who has been treated for mold allergies with immunotherapy (either shots or drops). I was wondering if you found it effective for treating symptoms (particularly GI...
by LindaSmith1 6 years ago
While I was looking something up about inhalers, I found that Primatene Mist for one, is no longer going to be available by the end of 2011. It is being taken off of the market.So, those without insurance, who purchase this type of inhaler to save money due to cost of prescription needs to read...
by toknowinfo 5 years ago
Do you have allergies? How old were you when you first got them? What do you do for them?
by Paula 5 years ago
Do you know of any home remedies for asthma?Sometimes, especially during allergy season, asthma can creep up for whatever reason. Do you have any suggestions for people that struggle with asthma?
by kimfranklin 7 years ago
What different types of diet programs or weight loss programs have people tried?
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