Asthma is characterized by recurrent episodes of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing. Sputum may be produced from the lung by coughing but is often hard to bring up. During recovery from an attack, it may appear pus-like due to high levels of white blood cells called eosinophils. Symptoms are usually worse at night and in the early morning or in response to exercise or cold air. Some people with asthma rarely experience symptoms, usually in response to triggers, whereas others may have marked and persistent symptoms.
Asthma is caused by a combination of complex and incompletely understood environmental and genetic interactions. These factors influence both its severity and its responsiveness to treatment. It is believed that the recently increased rates of asthma are due to changing epigenetics (heritable factors other than those related to the DNA sequence) and a changing living environment. Onset before age 12 is more likely due to genetic influence, while onset after 12 is more likely due to environmental influence.
1) Apple Cider Vinegar with Ginger, Garlic, Lemon & Honey.
2) Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother.
15ml of Dr.Patkars of ACV with Mother added to a glass of water and sip for half an hour. The wheezing can be relieved. Deep breathing exercises are also a beneficial treatment. If you still don't get relief, soak a cotton pad in Apple Cider Vinegar, and apply pressure as you hold it against the insides of your wrists. This is a second optional folk treatment that asthma sufferers say can help. Apple Cider Vinegar is also a common folk remedy for acid reflux, a symptom of GERD, which is closely related to asthma in many cases. The acid in the esophagus may trigger a reflex which causes the airways to narrow, and other symptoms of GERD include asthma-like hoarseness and chronic cough can be relieved. According to the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a non-profit academic medical center integrating research and education with clinical and hospital care, "it is estimated that more than 75 percent of patients with asthma also experience gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). People with asthma are twice as likely to have GERD as those people who do not have asthma. Of those people with asthma, those who have a severe, chronic form that is resistant to treatment are most likely to also have GERD." For Asthma use following.
Dosage for Asthma
1) 15 ML of Dr. Patkar's Apple cider Vinegar with Ginger, Garlic, Lemon & Honey (HRT) in a glass of warm water 30 min Before Breakfast. To buy HRT CLICK HERE
2) 15 ML of Dr.Patkar's Apple cider Vinegar with Mother (ACV) 30 min in a glass of normal water 30min before Lunch & Dinner. To buy ACV CLICK HERE
Taking care of yourself can help keep your symptoms under control, including:
- Get regular exercise: Having asthma doesn't mean you have to be less active. Treatment can prevent asthma attacks and control symptoms during activity.
Regular exercise can strengthen your heart and lungs, which helps relieve asthma symptoms. If you exercise in cold temperatures, wear a face mask to warm the air you breathe.
- Maintain a healthy weight: Being overweight can worsen asthma symptoms, and it puts you at higher risk of other health problems.
- Control heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD): It's possible that the acid reflux that causes heartburn may damage lung airways and worsen asthma symptoms. If you have frequent or constant heartburn, talk to your doctor about treatment options. You may need treatment for GERD before your asthma symptoms improve.
- Reduce pet dander: If you're allergic to dander, avoid pets with fur or feathers. Having pets regularly bathed or groomed also may reduce the amount of dander in your surroundings.
- Clean regularly: Clean your home at least once a week. If you're likely to stir up dust, wear a mask or have someone else do the cleaning.
- Cover your nose and mouth if it's cold out: If your asthma is worsened by cold or dry air, wearing a face mask can help.