Typical symptoms of shortness of breath, shortness of breath, cough and chest tightness, when they all appear, we know that this is a worrisome condition of asthma. Here we realize the importance of normal breathing, something that we take all the time. One gets frightened by asthma attacks and a silent threat rests on the victim all the time, with every breath.
Asthma is a chronic disease that inflates and narrows your airways in the lungs and makes it extremely difficult for the sufferer to breathe. In this situation the airway is inflated and the muscles around the airway are always tight when a trigger flares up asthma and you suffer from a complete asthma attack. Even your own breath changes to bear witness to a serious attack; It is a painful situation for such a victim.
Why is asthma becoming more common in recent years?
Every year, the number of leaps and bounds in people suffering from asthma is increasing and it is now turning into an epidemic. Numerous studies have shown that its frequency has increased with more and more people being affected and most importantly, it is being reported in large numbers.
• A common answer to this problem may be deterioration of air quality and deterioration of environmental conditions.
• Being too tight for the existence of modern houses means that there is less circulation of fresh air in the house. Stimulants that promote the development of asthma, from dust and mites to molds and dander to second-hand cigarette smoke, are all found in great concentrations in tightly sealed homes.
• While there is another theory behind rising allergy and asthma diagnosis rates and is actually surprising, it also matters a lot. Living conditions can be very clear in most parts of the world and children may not be exposed to the kind of germs that the body is capable of combating, so as to build up the immune system for difficult things. When the immune system is suddenly exposed to irritation, it reacts in a harsh way, making the lungs swollen and difficult to breathe. This major theory being studied and researched is known as ‘Hygiene Hypothesis’.
• It is also indicated that significantly increased use of certain medications leads to an increase in asthma. Early or excessive use of antibiotics causes changes in bacterial flora and therefore affects and develops allergic diseases such as asthma.
• The alarming rate of vitamin D deficiency is one of the reasons for rising asthma cases. Vitamin D is extremely important for the development of the lungs and immune system. With the advent of modern gadgets, children, adults spend more and more time in the indoor, the latter being less exposed to sunlight and the body lacking vitamin D production.
So can asthma attacks be prevented?
Although this excruciating condition is not correctable, it can certainly be prevented through self-care to prevent the condition from worsening. Self-care is an integral part of our lives and involves taking responsibility for your own health, what you eat daily to stay fit, maintain good physical and mental health, prevent illnesses or accidents and minor illnesses. Let’s care more because all that matters is to avoid this painful state of asthma.
• The most important step in keeping asthma at bay is your partnership with your doctor or health care provider and includes an approach that simply includes smart lifestyle steps to follow.
• Taking regular medicines according to your asthma action plan as directed by the doctor can actually help keep the condition under control.
• Asthma is another important point to remember, you should know and recognize the things that trigger your condition and avoid them to prevent asthma from flaring up.
• If you are afraid of dust mites, wash the bed weekly and wash it regularly.
• No matter how much animal lover or pet lover you are, keep a safe distance from your beloved pets. Excuse me! It is hard, but it is to do for your good health.
• Mold problems can be corrected by eliminating all types of standing water in planters and similar items.
How to prevent asthma attacks at work?
• The cleanser may have provoked your previous asthma in the office, you will never know and if so keep away.
• In the event of a sudden asthma attack, you should know the nearest hospital to your office.
• Try to keep stress levels under control; It is known to make your already troubled situation worse.
• Avoid smoking areas, the smell of smoking and tobacco can trigger these attacks, so avoid smoking and stop the asthma trigger from increasing in the smoking area.
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Avoid extreme activity in cold and hot conditions if you have asthma-induced exercise.
If you have induced asthma exercises, avoid too much activity in cold and hot conditions.
• If you have seasonal allergies that trigger asthma symptoms, stay indoors during peak pollen days and keep your inhaler at all times.
Are there natural remedies that can prevent asthma as well?
Yes, nature has a cure for almost anything that embraces and asthma does not lag far behind to treat this painful condition of the airways.
Yoga, an age-old practice, can greatly reduce asthma. This improves the free flow of air into the lungs and encourages fresh air to enter the air sac; With the continuous practice of yoga, you can keep your medicines at bay for some time.
Regular use of herbs like ginger is known to reduce airway inflammation and also prevents airway contractions. One inch of ginger when grated and boiled in water, kept for about five minutes and its regular intake can prove beneficial in asthma.
Garlic is also known for its decongestant properties, especially during the early stages of asthma. Boil two to three cloves in garlic milk and drink it regularly. See the difference that these natural remedies can improve your condition.
Yes, your coffee can also prove beneficial in controlling asthma attacks. A cup of hot coffee helps you relax and clear the airways; The stronger the coffee, the better the results.
Eucalyptus oil is an effective treatment for asthma symptoms, due to its decongestant properties. Several studies have shown the important role played by the chemical eucalyptol that helps break down mucus. Simply spraying a few drops on a paper towel and keeping it on your head will help to relax your airway. You can also add a few drops of it to boiling water and steam it. If possible try to take a deep breath.
Mustard oil not only makes your food healthy, but can also prove to be very beneficial in case of an asthma attack. Massaging mustard oil on the chest can help cleanse the respiratory tract and restore normal breathing. Heat a little mustard oil with camphor and gently rub it on the chest and upper back. Do this exercise several times a day until the symptoms subside.
The nutritional properties of figs promote respiratory health and help to flush out phlegm and help reduce difficulty in breathing. Soak figs in water overnight, eat figs and drink water too. Home remedies affect your system slowly, slowly and the best thing is that they are natural so please do not be impatient for immediate results.
Turmeric, my favorite and tried and tested herb, will assist you in providing quick relief from asthma along with its symptoms. This herb is known to treat a wide range of pathologies including asthma and the best thing is that it does all this without any side effects.
Turmeric with all its anti-inflammatory properties can help flush out irritated mucus in the lungs and soothe irritation and airway obstruction, making breathing easier.
• It has anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties that help kill infections and reduce the frequency of attacks, along with asthma spasms.
• It also enhances the functioning of the liver and prevents blockage of the airways.
• Curcumin, a bioactive enzyme found in turmeric, is extremely effective in the treatment of bronchial asthma and provides relief from inflammation of the airways.
• Turmeric helps to thin the blood vessels which allows better air flow, restores normal breathing patterns, throws away blood and soaks up your body which may have gone through the trauma.
• Rich in minerals and fiber, it gives your immunity a fast boost.
The more we talk about this magic herb, the more we reveal its magic, so all I can suggest is to sprinkle its goodness in your food and in your milk to make sure that you Using in the corner of asthma.
Is it possible to live a normal life with asthma?
Yes, it is possible that you manage it well, you follow your treatment plan, avoid places and things that can trigger it. Follow natural remedies, stay active, keep stress away, stay alert, stay safe and positive.