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Dr. Sooraj

Advanced Aesthetics, Bachelor of Clinical Optometry (B.Optm.)

Allergist/Immunologist, kannur

5 Years Experience  ·  1 at clinic  ·  ₹1 online
Dr. Sooraj Advanced Aesthetics, Bachelor of Clinical Optometry (B.Op... Allergist/Immunologist, kannur
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Advanced Aesthetics - A.B. Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences - 2013
Bachelor of Clinical Optometry (B.Optm.) - Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medical Sciences Bellur - 2014

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3+ years baby getting cold & cough every 4 or 5 days. That time like asthma symptoms appearing.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
If no fever with cold and cough and associated with wheeze, then it is likely due to asthma. Avoid egg, feather, sudden change of weather and milk. Consult a child specialist for proper medication.
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I am an asthma patient since childhood but everything is under good control. I only need to take asthalin inhaler after March for a month or so when we start removing woolens and I start getting attacks but as soon as I get the feel of getting attack, before only I inhale one puff and I am able to prevent the attack. Occasionally when it does not improve, I take seroflo one or two puffs. If that also does not help only then I consult a doctor for oral medication dose. Generally in a year I must not be taking more than 20 puffs in all. Is there anything wrong in my approach? I do not want to take too many medicines and want to heal by taking precautions. Please suggest if there is anything I should be knowing regarding my problem in a long run considering the way I am handling my problem. Thank you.

BSc
Ayurveda, Ujjain
I am an asthma patient since childhood but everything is under good control. I only need to take asthalin inhaler aft...
You are handiling well. My advice to you do pranayam will help you lot. You take shwasni avalh 1 spoon in morning empty stomatch after 30 monuties take breakfast end in night after dinner if you take 6 month you will not get attacks early. Cost is also very economical take as a tonic for lungs. After taking 1/2spoon keep in mouth 30 second it melt thsn intake like this second 1/2spoon also do not take water for 30 monuties. If you gets relife report to me after 3 month.
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Sir I use to sneeze through out the year and also when I get exposed to dirt I feel breathing problem. Also when I do some rigorous work I feel like it's asthma. What should I do?

Diploma in Diabetology, P.G. Diploma in Health Science (Diabetology), Certificate Course in Evidence based Diabetes Management -, MBBS
Diabetologist, Thane
Sir I use to sneeze through out the year and also when I get exposed to dirt I feel breathing problem. Also when I do...
Dear lybrate-user, classical case of allergic rhinitis (cold) and exercise induced asthma! the best thing is to avoid exposure to causative agent which can be dust, weather changes, strong perfumes, animal hair and last but not the least mental stress. This can really help preventing sneezing but may not be enough and nasal sprays as per doctors prescription along with anti allergic tab may be required for a period of 2-3 months. Rarely a deviated nasal bone requires intervention by ent specialist. For exercise induced asthma we need to confirm diagnosis by checking peak flow readings just before and during exercise or just clinical inference and then using a reliever pump just before initiating exercise. This should help you.
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I am 52 years of male I have immunity problem, my blood counts also very low after work I feel very tiredness and giddiness, tell me any solution, and what kind of medicine you will suggest for me.

PDDM, MHA, MBBS
General Physician, Nashik
I am 52 years of male I have immunity problem, my blood counts also very low after work I feel very tiredness and gid...
The best way to boost your immunity is to take a multivitamin, a vitamin C and a fish oil tablet daily. Exercise daily. Eat a healthy diet and drink plenty of water. Avoid alcohol, nicotine and illegal substances.
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Asthma A Review

MD - Ayurveda, MSC -Applied Psychology
Ayurveda, Udupi
Asthma A Review

Asthma is a universal chronic airway inflammatory disease of the air passage characterized by recurring symptoms, excessive air sensitiveness and airflow obstruction. Wheezing, prolonged expiration and fast heart rate are some of the common features. Asthmatic attack generally gets exaggerated in the morning and night. The person may turn blue at severe condition.

Symptoms of asthma

Shortness of breath
Breathlessness at the time of attack
Wheezing, a hissing sound at exhalation (breathe out)
Chest tightness and pain
Suffered with severe anxiety
Itchiness to throat and chin
Frequent cough at night
Uneasy in body and increase in palpitation
Cold
Mucus production
Weakness
Tiredness after exercise and enhance pulse movement
Sign of cold like sneezing, nasal congestion and sore throat are common, and some comfort during sitting
Sleeping disorder
Recurrent coughing
Lower part of eyes may be darkening
Difficult in speaking
Moodiness, Headache, running nose, etc.
Sweating is also common
May difficult in hearing

Causes of asthma

Allergy due to natural tendency/ airborne allergens (house dust, cockroaches) and irritants (tobacco smoke) trigger it.

Hereditary

Childhood respiratory infection

Environmental and biologic triggers like infections, dietary patterns, hormonal changes in women etc.

Hypersensitivity from allergens like molds, animal dander, grass, pollens, hair, lint and grains.

Fluctuation/Change in weather.

Digestive disorders

Affliction in gastrointestinal tract

Risk factors of asth

Hereditary factor-chances increase when immediate blood relatives have the condition.

Suffering from obesity

Being a smoker

Being a passive smoker

Pregnant mother addicted to smoke

Pollutants, mites, moulds, dust, aspirin, pollen grain etc.

Certain chemical used in farming and manufacturing

Kids born with below average weight

Kids respiratory infection

heart and lungs congestion, pneumonia,tuberculosis,lung cancer and cystic fibrosis

Children age group 2-16 are more vulnerable

Wheezing tendency of infant flare up asthmatic symptoms.

Psychological factors like despair, depression, separation, problems in interpersonal relation are too induced it.

Ayurveda for asthma treatment

Due to modern faulty lifestyle, uncontrolled pollution and rapid industrialization, allergy, allergens, bronchial asthma has become common among children, adult and aged people. Ayurvedic herbal supplement, natural remedy and dietary treatments are good for the disorder. This disease comes in the paroxysm of dyspnoea and during the attack; the patient goes in extreme agony, perceives darkness, feels thirst and become motionless. On account of frequent coughing and expectorant, the patient faints and remains in extreme distress till phlegm is cough out.

Herbal tea made up of Ajwain, Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi), pepper, and ginger is useful natural expectorant for it.
Panchakarma is very useful for asthmatic patients.

Vasa, an Indian herb, control bronchitis, a boon and known for cough remedy.

Turmeric, a bronchial herb, is highly useful for the chronic condition.

Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu), soothe the trachea and prevent airways obstruction.

Herbs like albezia lebbeck, clove is useful for bronchitis.

For natural cure of the condition and to get some relief, rub brown mustard oil on the chest.

To minimize congestion and reduce breathlessness, drink some pepper + 1 teaspoon honey + little onion juice. It is one of the natural ayurveda remedies.

More intake of fluid should be taken if one suffered with dryness of it.

Massage with sesame oil on the chest is a very useful alternative treatment.

To ease the severity of bronchitis, take a mixture of Sitopladi Churna + liquorices+ borax powder and honey, thrice a day.

Seed of Celery is used in the treatment of it.

Chewing of the fruit chebulic myroblan at night allay asthmatic attack.

Arjuna bark is helpful in treating of it.

Powdered of bay berry bark an effective remedy for bronchial patients.

Euphorbia facilitates easy breathing.

Aniseed has expectorant characters so helpful for asthma patients.

Gum of Asafetida + Honey is useful for the patients.

Trachyspermum ammi has expectorant properties and ease chronic phlegm.

Garlic reduces the asthmatic severity.

Ginger can be used for bronchial asthma for its expectorant properties.

Here are given some home remedies that can be tried at home safely without any complications.

Lemon juice is good natural remedy.

Combination of Bitter gourd root + Honey + Tulsi leaves brings unique result to the patients. It is one of the best home remedies for such patients.

Boil drumstick leaves + Salt+ Pepper + Lime juice, an effective herbal remedy for the condition.

Taking and inhaling honey is one of the widespread treatments for the case.

Inhalation of eucalyptus oils open up airways.

Ginger juice + Methi + honey, a very effective home remedy for the chronic condition.

Juices of carrot and spinach provide relief.

Onion + honey + some black pepper provide relief from congestion and ease breathlessness.

Garlic+ milk is a beneficial remedy.

Honey + warm water take out phlegm from the throat and used for treatment purposes.

Massage of mustard oil and camphor over the chest provides relieve in breathing.

Take the steam of carom ajwain to get respite.

Use basil + honey every morning to keep away from the condition.

Chew basil leaves + salt for natural treatment to cure it.

Use roasted gram and milk at night to free flow of airways.

Turmeric (grind) + honey are unique for it.

Chewing of black pepper at night is also good.

Lemon juice + ginger once a day is fine with the condition.

Chewing Chebulic Myroblan gives reprieve from asthmatic attacks.

Diet for Asthma

Chew your food properly and eat slowly with relax mind. To avoid over-fullness on chest, always eat less than your capacity and avoid imbalanced diet. If diet changes as per complementary and alternative medicine, there is a greater chance to bring relief in asthma. One should take diet as per COPD guidelines. Children are also at greater risk of the condition because some foods are the biggest trigger of asthma attack among children. Children with obesity are prone to it, so diet, weight loss regime and fitness is must here to reduce cholesterol.

Green leafy vegetable, fresh fruits and herbs are quite effective for the condition due to its antioxidant features.

Hot pungent may make breathing easier by opening air passage.

Citrus fruits due to its greater content of Vitamin C have inherent power to fight it.

Predominately vegetarian diet is the good option for the patients.

Foods rich in Vitamin play a vital role in curing it.

Oxygen carrying capacity of blood increases owing to antioxidant property of Vitamin E.

Essential fatty acids, particularly omega-3 oils reduce inflammation and alleviate attacks.

The therapeutic aspects of Tulsi can't be ignored.

Flavonoids of apples reduce inflammation.

Nasal acuteness can be minimized by taking turmeric along with honey.

Eating of ginger and black pepper is advisable.

Take more and more lukewarm water.

Asthmatic diet should contain of limited quantity of carbohydrate, protein and fats. He should also take more and 
more quantity of alkaline foods like fresh fruits, green vegetables and Bengal gram.

Foods not for asthma

Avoid sugar, rice, pickles, ice cream, cold drinks, curds etc. as all those help in phlegm formation.

Spicy and pungent foods should also be avoided.

Foods like cider, wine, beer and cheese may provoke asthma attack.

Allergen foods that are responsible for it are meat, eggs, fish, shellfish, milk, chocolate, food preservatives etc.

Asthma prevention and precautions

There are so many ways to control and prevent asthma. First of all, your surrounding should be neat and clean. It is a wise decision to keep himself away from asthmatic triggers like pollutants, dust, smoke, medications, pollen etc. 

Foods such as rice, sugar, lentils and fried one should be skipped as these items helps to form phlegm.

Bronchitis patients should always eat less than their capacity.

Keep away from cold and damp places.

Eat slowly and chew your food properly.

Give much more thrust on Yoga.

Avoid dusty places.

Keep yourself away from mental worries and stress.

Pranayama should be in your everyday routine.

Take 10-12 glasses of water daily but not along with meal.

Walking, especially brisk walk should be preferred.

Spices, pickles, tea and coffee should be avoided.

During asthmatic attack, taking of warm water is preferred.

Excessive eating should be avoided.

Take light dinner.

Avoid Tobacco, alcohol, Gutka, Pan Masal, etc.

Smoking invites severity, acuteness and chronicity.

Air conditioners and coolers are also harmful.

Evade perfumes, repellents, deodorants, aftershave and air fresheners.

Don't drink cold water.

Do moderate exercise.

Avoid over indulgence in sex.

Bedroom should be free from allergens.

Wash your mattresses regularly.

Avoid cleaning of house through broom.

Do swim to ease your chest.

Cold and heavy meal should be avoided.

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I have asthma and because of this I can't breathe properly so please suggest me ways to prevent it.

BHMS
Homeopath, Murshidabad
Dear Kushal.....Medication for asthma needs a detailed case taking and also some laboratory tests are required......Please conduct a laboratory check up of your blood for TC, DC, ESR and Immunoglobulin IgE.....revert back with those results.....in the mean time take Homoeopathic ASPIDOSPERMA Q, 30 drops in acup of water, thrice daily after meals
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Hi, I get allergy on my face whenever I eat sea foods is there any permanent solution to get away from this problem.

MS - ENT, MBBS
ENT Specialist, Bhopal
Dear , I am afraid there is no permanent solution for your problem. And don't eat sea food as it is life threatening for you.
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Im seriously facing lots of trouble of cause allergy I hv nose ear allergy for cold for dust even for any type of smoke also I faced allergy is there any solution for this?

MBBS
General Physician, Cuttack
1.Dust allergy could be because of so many agents (It could be due to pollen, mite, feathers, droppings of birds, cockroach etc) 2..I advise you to do an allergy test after consulting an allergy specialist to find out the agent which is causing dust allergy. 3. Follow the advice and treatment given by allergy specialist
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I am very serious condition in asthma I tried many medicines but no results please help me.

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Pft to assess severity of asthma. Use asthma preventor medicine by inhalation with spacer. Avoid dust. Smoke, pollution.
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