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  • How to combine treatments to reduce asthma symptoms?  By : Mitamins Team
    Asthma is becoming an easy to solve problem for many doctors. As more and more people end up diagnosed with the respiratory disease, doctors are faced with repeat scenarios, and often react in stock ways by offering the same old tried and tested steroid-based inhalers. Taken when your asthma symptom
  • Natural Asthma Treatments a Breath of Fresh Air  By : Mitamins Team
    People from all ages and backgrounds can suffer asthma treatments, making treatment a big business. However, most prescribed asthma treatments do very little for symptoms and hardly anything to effectively treat the condition. Is there a natural alternative to expensive asthma treatment?
  • A Familiar Vitamin for Asthma Treatment  By : Mitamins Team
    The medical term for asthma is a bit of a mouthful: reversible obstructive airway disease. Asthma is reversible, meaning that asthma treatment is available. Treatment more often than not involves asthma medication that opens up the airways again and reduces the severity of the attack.
  • The Secret Mineral in Asthma Treatment  By : Mitamins Team
    It is because of the rise in this condition that new asthma treatments are being constantly sought. Other experts maintain that the best way to control and treat asthma is through natural means such as diet and lifestyle changes. To medicate or not to medicate? The truth may lie somewhere ...
  • Practical approaches in the treatment of asthma  By : Mitamins Team
    Asthma is an increasing problem worldwide. There are a number of practical tips that may be important in reducing asthma triggers. Here we look at environmental and dietary factors.
  • Exercise And Asthma  By :
    If you suffer from asthma, you probably think that you
    can't exercise properly or safely. Contrary to what
    many think of this subject, there are ways that you
    can get in shape and exercise, even if you suffer
    from asthma.
  • Tips To Deal with Exercise Induced Asthma  By : Jane OBrien
    For approximately 80-90% of people that suffer from asthma, exercise can be a strong stimulus for an attack. This syndrome has become known as exercise induced asthma or EIA. The likelihood of an attack is further increased when exercising in cold weather, so this article offers some basic information on exercise-induced asthma and how to prevent or minimize the severity of an attack
  • The Simplest Asthma Solution  By : Jane OBrien
    During the Democratic convention the Reverend Al Sharpton quoted a shocking statistic: One third of the children in Harlem suffer from asthma. This shouldn�t be completely surprising since asthma cases have been consistently increasing over the years, especially in the cities, escalating recently during the rollback of some key environmental laws, but it is a trend we must turn back.
  • Chronic Asthma Information  By : Jane OBrien
    Not everyone with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease suffers from chronic asthma, but many individuals who experience emphysema or chronic bronchitis have asthma-like symptoms. Medical experts continue to debate whether chronic asthma should be classified as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, since asthma can be reversed.
  • Asthma Treatment and Diagnosis  By : Jane OBrien
    If you ever met anyone with asthma, an attack usually encompass a shortness of breath that soon passes without treatment. But it can also be a very life threatning event that can end up putting the sufferer in an emergency room. An average of 5,000 asthma deaths are reported in the United States each year. Most of the deaths occurred in patients who misjudged the severity of their symptoms or failed to reach a hospital or clinic in time to prevent death.
  • Asthma  By : Jane OBrien
    First of all, I want to make it clear that this information is not to diagnose nor to prescribe and it should not take the place of the advice of your doctor. This is intended to complement conventional medicine, not to replace it. Consult with your doctor before starting any kind of nutritional or physical program.
  • Alternative Treatment for Asthma  By : Jane OBrien
    Asthma is a respiratory disorder characterized by abnormal lung condition in which accumulation of mucus in the lungs is found. Natural asthma remedies are the most preferred way of treating asthma since the conventional methods of treatment for asthma may have a lot of side effects.

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