Is there a natural cure for Asthma?
Asthma is not curable but can be managed to the point where the majority of sufferers don’t experience symptoms for the rest of their lives.
The reason asthma is not curable is because it is not a disease, but rather an inflammatory reaction caused by sensitivity of the airways to specific environmental factors, including, viral colds, cigarette smoke, environmental pollution, animal dander, pollen, dust mites, roach allergens, and molds.
that said, asthma could be treated in a natural way. While physicians do not recommend leaving home without an inhaler, there are some natural therapies that can increase a person’s chances of never having to use it. These include:
• Getting lots of sleep on a nightly basis
• Maintaining a normal weight
• Drinking lots of water to flush the toxins out
• Consuming vitamins C and E
• Consuming herbs like turmeric, ginger, echinacea, and licorice root
• Incorporating garlic, honey, and omega-3s into the daily diet
• Drinking green tea
Having a solid emergency plan for at home and on the go
• Taking up yoga or another low-intensity sport to improve general fitness and breathing without putting too much strain on the body or triggering an attack
• Using the Buteyko breathing method to practice breathing and stave off panic during an attack
• Avoiding asthmatic triggers, including anything the person is allergic to, aerosols of any kind, smoke from the environment or people around the person
• Cleaning the house regularly to rid the place of dust, mold, and insects
• Switching to a diet rich in healthy foods, like fruits, vegetables, healthy oils, and a small amount of meat
• Avoiding bugs and insects or situations where they might be present (a camping trip, for example)
• Avoiding cats, dogs, and other pets who may shed