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I am 19 years old and malemale I am suffering from cold and cough around 2 months have taking medicine and relief but not fully relief please tell any medicine for perfectly relief.
I am suffering from asthma, it is season, also when acidity problem then also asthma occurs, difficult to inhale. So I want to know what to do.
When I go near dust particles I can't able to breathe, and I feel very difficult to breathe, what might be the reason for it.
I am women I am suffering from low blood pressure And today I difficult to breath But I don't think it is asthma I was fine till yesterday Just facing it today What it might be And how to cure it.
Hello Sir, When we breathing the impure air such as sand dust, etc. Would those dust settle in lungs. Or would it com out in human waste.
Dear Dr. I am 64 yrs. I hav always cold and cough. Very hard cough in the morning. It makes me tired.
Hello dear doctors, I am faiz 27 years old live in kuwait and now a day I have suffering from cold, sneezing and cough so, please prescribe me any good medicine, I wanna get well soon. Thànks.
I am 29 years old and I have been suffering from asthma for last few years, I had consulted with many doctors but result in vain. Please advice me something positive.
Hello, my baby is 3 days old. He born on 36th week of pregnancy and his weight during birth is less than 2 kg. Doctors have kept him under observation. He is been given antibiotic for respiratory problem. Now doctor has informed that the baby's stomach bloat after milk. Motion and urine is alright. They have suggested for further care under Neonatal ICU to understand the issue correctly. What can be the problem? Any recommendations would be helpful.
Hi I am 38years old and from last two year I was suffered from lungs Tb although now I am fit but worrying for future so just during my lungs tb I was discharge a lot of blood and pain in the chest so please guide me that any precaution is require in future to avoid cancer. Thanks.
Dust allergy. Asthma. Sinusitis. Taking medicines, avoiding everything and yet no relief? you might be missing the hidden link.
Come every winter, and you start sneezing every morning? and the runny nose and may be even heaviness of head. Commonly known as'allergy' or in summers as 'dust allergy'.
If it's once in a while, you get through it with an anti allergic. What do you do when you have sneezing almost all through the season. Some patients might have advanced to have complaints all through the year even.
But if you have reached a stage where you or someone you know has exhausted all your options - use of anti allergic, like cetrizine's, avil's, or having done every surgery advised, removed your polyps, corrected the deviated nasal septum (dns), even removed tonsils if advised, you sit down to think why the problem has never reduced. The same is for recurrent sinusitis and tonsillitis, as well for asthma.
Sadly if you wud been saved of much trouble had you taken some time to understand that the climate or the dust could never be the cause of the problem, but only triggers. Otherwise every person walking around you should have been sneezing since he breathes the same air as you and if it is some food item then your family is mostly eating the same thing. So the cause can't be external. And that's what's the reason is. The change in your cell behaviour to external stimuli, esp when exaggerated is known as allergy. Without correcting this cell behaviour pattern, getting rid of this allergy could be a puzzle.
A few tips to find a real way out of allergy
1. Find out what changes in life could have triggered a change in body mechanics - meaning stress.
2. Until then or if you don't find any stress - avoid exposures to triggering factors.
3. Engage in stress relieving activities - sports, yoga, meditation or even hanging out with people you like and share your mind.
4. Homeopathy rectifies the cell behaviour and thereby provide longer lasting relief. The patient is challenged to resume taking fruits that he had stopped. Go out in open air which you would otherwise avoid.
Consult privately for an individualised evaluation.