When you were a kid, you probably knew of another kid in your class, on the sports field or on the playground who used an inhaler because he or she had something called “asthma.” Though it can’t be cured, asthma can be controlled, and those with it often use an inhaler to help with their breathing… Asthma is a condition where a person’s airways narrow and swell. They can also produce extra mucus, making it harder to breathe– and there’s often some coughing involved as well. They may also make a wheezing sound because they’re having a hard time breathing. An inhaler is used to deliver medicine to the body– helping to open up airways quickly and reduce inflammation in the lungs.
When a person with asthma has a problem, it’s called an asthma attack, and this can include shortness of breath, chest tightness/pain, wheezing while exhaling and coughing that gets worse when paired with having a cold or the flu. Asthma attacks often occur when a person is exercising or doing anything requiring heavier than usual breathing.
Besides physical activity causing an asthma attack, there are other triggers such as airborne allergens (like pollen or mold spores), cold air, smoke, sulfites or preservatives in some foods or drinks and even strong emotions or stress.
Microdose Therapy for Asthma
You’re more likely to have asthma if you’ve got a blood relative who has it, you have another allergic condition, you’re overweight, you smoke, or the place where you work exposes you to various chemicals and/or polluted air.
If you or someone you know has asthma, you’re probably wondering what else you can do to deal with it besides just using an inhaler when needed, right? The Helen Foundation recommends Microdose Therapy™ It eliminates pain, fatigue and related inflammation symptoms in days from cortisone-responding diseases such as asthma! Curious to learn more? Call 800-508-9562 or email email@example.com.