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I am 36 years old I am suffering from allergic asthma several time. I am now using inhaler to relief is it right?
I have been coughing from last few weeks. From last 4 days I have been using benadryl cough formula but not seeing any much improvement. While coughing I get some mucus in mouth.
I am 33 years old male and have difficulty in breathing for last 2 weeks and I have been using theoasthalin tab. But it does not control. My father is also asthma patient. I already consulted a doctor. I got relief with his medicine for about 1 year. So what should I do now? please prescribe proper medicine -timing, name of medicine ,etc.
I have a regular issue of cough and cold whenever I wake up and sometimes have a continuous sneezing.
My daughter is 16 year old. She has dust allergy and asthmatic problem. She faces this problem more in april and october. Now she has cough and breathing problem. She is taking 2 puf of asthmatic since 4 days and Grilinctus BM syrup three times. We want permanent cure. Homeopathic medicine like netself 30 and ars 200 in liquid solution (4 drop in 500 ml) also given to her regularly. Kindly suggest the homeopathic medicine so she become permanent cure also inform whether is is given along with english medicine. My daughter is 16 year old. She has dust allergy and asthmatic problem. She faces this problem more in april and october. Now she has cough and breathing problem. She is taking 2 puf of asthmatic since 4 days and Grilinctus BM syrup three times. We want permanent cure. Homeopathic medicine like netself 30 and ars 200 in liquid solution (4 drop in 500 ml) also given to her regularly. Kindly suggest the homeopathic medicine so she become permanent cure also inform whether is is given along with english medicine.
I have difficulty in breathing for last 2 weeks. I start difficult in breathing just after lunch or something taken and I have been using theoasthalin tab. But it does not control. Actually my father is also asthma patient and I already consulted a doctor. I got relief with his medicine for about 1 year. So please prescribed proper medicine for asthma.
The vast majority of us never consider our sinuses when we take a full breath through the nose. For others, this problem of stuffy nose, excruciating headaches, fever and infections, in episodes of sicknesses, last up to twelve weeks no less than four times each year. We should take a look at how this issue occurs and how to help them through Maharishi Ayurveda. This is how sinusitis occurs:
- Sinus issues are really brought on by a fundamental irregularity in Prana Vata (the subdosha of Vata that sees the brain and the head) and Shleshaka Kapha (a subdosha of Kapha, which administers oil and dampness levels).
- At the point when these two sub-doshas are at the same time imbalanced, another problem emerges. Ama, the sticky waste that is a result of processing, gets blended with Shleshaka Kapha in the sinus area, shaping a more toxic, sticky bodily fluid called Shleshma. Shleshma settles in the zone and stops the channels of the sinuses. Because of the confinement and blocking, Pitta dosha likewise gets to be imbalanced, and irritation occurs.
- At that point when each of the three doshas are out of adjustment, the body turns into a ground for bacteria, allergens, or infections. Air contamination, changes of hot and frosty climate increase it further. Eating unnecessary measures of chilly, sweet, not being able to workout or exercise can add to the problem.
Here is how it can be cured through Ayurveda:
Step 1: Eat foods that are not very hot, furthermore not very chilly. Stay away from extraordinary temperatures or foods that have extreme temperatures, for example, stew peppers or super cold foods and refreshments. Eat properly cooked, warm dinners that are light, sustaining, and simple to process. For instance, for breakfast, you could eat a stewed apple, and for the dinner eat khichari (a light and sustaining porridge made with two sections rice and one section mung dhal).
Step 2: Drink a lot of water seasoned with flavours, to decontaminate the sinuses of toxins and to allow the harmful waste that has developed to stream out. Bubble two quarts of water, empty the water into a bottle, and put two leaves of basil, two thin cuts of ginger, four leaves of mint, two bits of clove, and ¼ teaspoon of marshmallow root. Continue drinking this water for the duration of the day, however, make it again every morning.
Step 3: Detoxify the body and restore the sinus territory. Eat a lot of natural, crisp foods grown from the ground. Abstain from eating eggplant, banana, tomato and pepper, since these block the channels. Try not to skip meals or suppers, since that will annoy the stomach and create more problems for your body.
Asthma, as known to most, is a chronic respiratory condition characterized by swelling and narrowing of the airways with an increased mucus production. The condition can affect children as well adults. However, it is quite disturbing to see that asthma among children is on a mercurial rise. In many cases, children below the age of 5 years seem to be at the receiving end, complicating the things further. What is worse, being so small, some children are not even aware of their condition.
Recognising the Symptoms in Children
There may be a myriad of symptoms that could be an indication of asthma in children. However, not all children will exhibit similar symptoms.
- A child may cough uncontrollably, especially while laughing, crying, playing or even at night (a night cough).
- Wheezing is also common in such children. One may also complain of chest tightness.
- Breathing troubles such as breathlessness or shortness of breath may be seen in some children.
- The child may feel weak and tired.
- The chest and the neck muscles also appear to be tightened.
- Many children are found to often suffer from cold resulting in a chest congestion.
In some children with asthma, coughing may be the only associated symptom, a condition known as Cough-Variant Asthma.
Factors that increase the risk of asthma in children
- Increased exposure to smoke. The exposure can be before or even after birth.
- Some children may suffer from hay fever, a kind of nasal allergy that often results in an asthmatic reaction. Eczema can also act as a potential trigger.
- Necessary precautions (as much as possible) should be taken for children who have a family history of asthma. Those with a family history of allergies also need to be careful.
- Asthma may affect children with low birth weight as well as those with respiratory infections.
There is no denying the fact that a child with asthma should be under medical supervision with proper treatment. However, self-management can prove to be equally effective to keep asthma under control.
- As we all know asthma can be quite unpredictable, affecting the child at any point in time, always keep the medications and the inhaler handy.
- It is always advisable to use a mask (especially those suffering from nasal allergies).
- Get the child well vaccinated especially with the flu vaccination (the yearly vaccination).
- There are various factors (pollens, dust, cold, to name a few) that trigger an asthmatic reaction in a child. Identify the triggers and work towards keeping the child away from them as much as possible.
- The most important point, be in regular touch with the attending physician and keep an update on the condition.
- For school going children, the teachers and the school authorities should be informed about child's condition.
- Never panic in front of the child even in the case of an extreme and severe flare-up.
I am suffering from dry cough and cold and I got pain in chest whenever I cough can you please suggest me any medicine.
What is the best solution for asthma.and I having headache also Please suggest me something for that.
Am suffering from continues dry cough. I have this prob last one month, I had taken some cough syrup for last 10 days suggested by doctor, now I have severe cough and cold, what can I do for stop cough. Continues kich kich in throat.
Sir I am suffering with asthma can I take vitamin c 1000 mg tablets for skin and hair. Is vitamin c tablets increase asthma.
In an effort to eradicate Tuberculosis (TB) by 2030, a total of 114 countries have joined hands to take action against TB. This collaboration was announced at the first WHO global ministerial conference in Moscow.
It has also been observed that since the year 2000, approximately 53 million lives were saved and the overall mortality rate has been reduced by 37 percent for TB. Despite the past efforts to control the spread of this deadly disease and is known to take lives more than any other contagious disease.
How should prevent yourself from getting affected?