Asthma can be divided into two categories: extrinsic, which is triggered by an allergic reaction and intrinsic, which is induced by other factors including chemicals and exercise.
Genetics and environmental factors are both involved in the development of asthma. Severe dehydration leads to excess histamine production, causing bronchial spasms. Stress on an already weak immune system, poor diet, and vitamin D deficiency can all be contributing factors. The condition can be caused by allergens in the air such as pollen and toxins as well as certain drugs, smoking and infection. For some people, cold air, exercise and emotional outbursts can also be triggers.
Asthma is characterised by wheezing and difficulty breathing as a result of spasming and narrowing of the bronchial tubes. It can also cause coughing and a feeling of tightness in the chest. Some people suffer from asthma attacks where their ability to breathe is so limited that it leads to asphyxiation where they may need to be hospitalised or could even die. The condition is most common in young children under the age of 11.
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Asthma is often caused or aggravated by an underlying allergy so allergy treatment may help to alleviate symptoms.
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Supplements to take
Vitamin D3, vitamin C, iodine
Many asthma sufferers use bronchodilators or corticosteroids administered via inhalers as a preventative measure and/or as a relief when their symptoms are especially bad. Undoubtedly, drinking more water to regulate histamine levels and consuming a balanced diet that excludes foods that are known to be a trigger would be beneficial. If the person is a smoker, quitting will help to improve the condition.
Experiences and case studies
One fireman had been suffering from asthma for many years and was no longer able to cope with the 24 hour long shifts due to severe shortness of breath. Conventional treatment had suppressed his symptoms but failed to improve his condition in the long run. After having a life-threatening asthma attack, he tried bioresonance therapy, which identified a few allergies including dust mites. Seven weekly treatments brought a vast improvement but after five more all the asthma symptoms were gone. The man had even been able to build a wooden house without reacting to the dust.