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Asthma Relief – Natural & Safe

Posted on August 21, 2012 by Anna | Natural Health Advocate

Looking for Gentle, Effective Remedies to Control Your and Your Child's Asthma? Try Homeopathy!

Naturan and holistic remedy Asthma Relief for the relief of Asthma simptomsBack-to-school emotions, fall weed pollens, mold spores, leaf burning, and stormy weather have all been linked to asthma symptoms and coughing bouts. Find out why homeopathy earns a special place in your asthma action plan and how to enjoy changing temperatures, hayrides, and gatherings around the fireplace this fall. 

Fall Asthma Triggers

Fall, one of the most enjoyable seasons of the year, is full of events and activities the American Lung Association lists among key asthma triggers: cold air, enjoying campfires, raking moldy leaves, getting scared in haunted houses, and starting up your wood or gas-burning fireplace. According to a report by the New York Times, even stormy weather can initiate asthma attacks by spreading pollutants and bursting pollen grains.


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Asthma & Homeopathy

Asthma occurs when the lining of the bronchial tubes gets inflammed and swollen leading to coughing, wheezing, trouble breathing, and anxiety. Homeopathy recognizes the intelligence of the human organism and views symptoms as messengers letting you known that something needs healing. Carefully selected homeopathic remedies can relieve acute asthma symptoms. They will also contribute to a higher level of general health diminishing asthmatic tendencies and weaknesses even further.

As with all inflammatory conditions, detoxifying the body is an excellent step in reducing hypersensitivities and purging stored waste and toxins and is especially beneficial to asthma sufferers.

Asthma Action Plan

In addition to keeping your homeopathic asthma remedy on hand, know your asthma triggers and learn to avoid them. Practice deep breathing and relaxation exercises. Check out guided imagery! It's easy and fun. Pack your meals with lots of anti-inflammatory foods such as colorful fruits and vegetables, foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and herbs and spices especially curcumin and rosemary.

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