Helps relieve wheezing, labored breathing, feeling of suffocation, coughing, congestion, and anxiety*
Recommended: Get 4 for a 4-week supply
Content: 80 pellets each
Homeopathic remedy for shortness of breath. (This remedy used to be called Asthma Relief.) Wheezing and difficulty breathing is a respiratory condition defined by inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes leading to the lungs. Airborne allergens and environmental irritants, respiratory infections, physical activity, some foods, stress, as well as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), and other weaknesses can lead to
- a tight feeling in the chest,
- wheezing and trouble breathing often worse at night or when exercising,
- bouts of coughing aggravated by respiratory infections such as a cold or the flu,
- production of mucus,
- spasmodic cough and irritation in chest and stomach,
- anxiety, restlessness, and sleeplessness.
Homeopathic remedy Breathe-Ease stimulates the respiratory centers, increases oxygen in the blood, and helps breathe more easily. If symptoms persist or worsen, visit your healthcare practitioner immediately as shortness of can be a very serious condition.
Turn tube upside down. Twist cap to break the seal, or peel off the small portion of the label along the perforated line. Hold tube vertically and keep twisting cap to release the desired number of pellets.
Take 3-5 pellets 3 times a day or as needed away from meals, letting pellets drop directly from the cap into your mouth. Allow pellets to completely dissolve in your mouth. For acute symptoms, take 3 pellets every 15 to 30 minutes until relieved, up to 10 doses. Also consider to take preventively: 3 pellets 3 times a day 15 days before the beginning of the allergy season. Children under 12 years of age use half of the adult dose or as directed by your doctor.
Active homeopathic ingredients: Aconitum napellus 10X, Arsenicum album 10X, Blatta orientalis 7X, Dulcamara 10X, Histaminum 7X, Ipecacuanha 6X, Naphtalinum 10X, Quebracho 3X, Phosphorus 8X
Inactive ingredients: Sucrose/lactose
Do not stop or change your current asthma medication without first consulting your doctor. If pregnant or nursing, seek the advice of a healthcare professional. Keep out of reach of children.
Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.
Wheezing occurs when excessive mucus causes the swelling and narrowing of your airways. Inflammation and spasms of the bronchial tube lining soon lead to a tight feeling in the chest, labored breathing, and sometimes anxiety. Bouts of coughing follow in an attempt to clear out mucous. Many people feel as though they are being suffocated. In some cases, wheezing can be a very serious condition.
Symptoms are being triggered by allergens, respiratory infections, overweight, occupational hazards, stress and strong emotions, exercise, cold air, digestive problems, and more. Children growing up in a household with smoking parents are more prone to develop difficulty breathing, and narrowed airways also tends to run in families.
There is evidence that certain foods trigger shortness of breath. Leading culprits include eggs, milk, peanuts, soy, wheat, seafood, and fresh fruit. Food preservatives can also trigger wheezing. Further, most people with breathing difficulties have allergies to substances like pollen, animal dander, dust mites, perfumes, and cleaning agents.
Avoiding potential triggers is the number one step in dealing with difficulty breathing. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, approximately 11 million workers are exposed to at least one agent that is associated with wheezing. Good indoor air quality and a clean environment are of significant importance in reducing symptoms.
Popular conventional medications include bronchodilators and inhaled corticosteroids which expand the airways to the lungs and work to decrease inflammation. Unfortunately, the long-term use of steroids can harm the body, especially when used at an early age.
Natural homeopathic remedy Breathe-Ease includes nine powerful ingredients that stimulate the respiratory centers, increase the amount of oxygen in the blood, and reduce inflammatory responses and mucus production. It prompts your body's innate healing processes to naturally allow for your muscular tissues to relax and your breath to flow evenly.
Regular detoxification supports a healthy immune system, controls hypersensitivities, and keeps inflammatory diseases at bay. It greatly benefits sufferers of bronchoconstriction and may, together with Breathe-Ease, further relieve breathing difficulties. See our Detox Escort to learn more.
Also look to adopt these healthy and natural practices:
- Create an action plan.
- Avoid trigger foods, preservatives in food, and environmental triggers.
- Follow a diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods.
- Practice meditation and deep breathing.
- Partake in guided imagery.
- Get regular exercise and enough rest.
- Do not smoke.