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    Asthma COPD

    Treatment of Asthma COPD 

    • Homeopathic Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Psychotherapy Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Surgical Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Asthma COPD
    • Other Treatment of Asthma COPD

    What is Asthma COPD 

    Symptoms of Asthma COPD 

    Causes of Asthma COPD 

    Risk factors of Asthma COPD 

    Complications of Asthma COPD 

    Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Asthma COPD 

    Precautions & Prevention of Asthma COPD 

    Treatment of Asthma COPD

    Homeopathic Treatment of Asthma COPD 

    Asthma in children as well as in adults is curable. Homeopathy can help to recover a person’s general health on deeper levels by treating asthma from the origin rather than suppressing its symptoms, and in all prospects diminish the tendency towards asthma. Following are some homeopathy medicines for asthma COPD.

    1. Antim tart
    2. Arsenic alb
    3. Drosera
    4. Phosporus
    5. Spongia
    6. Blatta O

    Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Asthma COPD

    Acupuncture for asthma is very safe. Acupuncture for asthma is an effective treatment, especially with asthma in young children. In acupuncture, very narrow needles are inserted into the skin at certain key points in the body. The needles are said to correct a disharmony in the flow of energy through the body, a disharmony that is said to be the cause of disease.

    Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Asthma COPD 

    The various methods of psychotherapy and hypnotherapy involve talking to the therapist and enable patients to uncover the reasons for their condition so that they can better address it, explore experiences and relationships, Remove psychological blocks i.e. past family issues and relationships, break old habits, and develop new approaches to tackling old issues.

    Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Asthma COPD 

    Allopathic medicine uses the application of drugs for the treatment and maintenance of acute asthma attacks. in Allopathic medicine, wheezing and shortness of breath are both considered as symptoms which are present in asthma. Asthma help from allopathic asthma specialists is confined to advice on avoiding asthma triggers that may cause a severe asthma attack and treating asthma from the outside in.

    Surgical Treatment of Asthma COPD 

    Surgical Treatment of Asthma COPD involves heating some of the muscles which line the airway to the lungs that would normally tighten during an asthma attack. The heating of these muscle linings makes reduces their ability to contract by 50% thus reducing frequency and severity of asthma attack. This treatment also reduces the requirement for drugs to treat asthma. Bronchial thermoplasty may provide surgical relief for severe asthma sufferers

    Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Asthma COPD

    • Eliminate milk and other dairy products
    • Reduce or avoid excess salt in food
    • Eliminate bread, cakes, and white sugar
    • Diet must include fresh and green vegetables.
    • Eat Fish, olive oil, Ginger and turmeric

    Other Treatment of Asthma COPD

    • Do yoga asanas regularly
    • Avoid the things which strain the nerves.

    What is Asthma COPD 

    Asthma is a disease affecting the airways that carry air to and from your lungs. People who suffer from this chronic condition (long-lasting or recurrent) are said to be asthmatic. In some asthma attacks, the airways are blocked such that oxygen fails to enter the lungs. This also prevents oxygen from entering the blood stream and traveling to the body’s vital organs. Asthma attacks of this type can be fatal, and the patient may require urgent hospitalization.

    Symptoms of Asthma COPD

    • Episodic wheezing
    • Chest tightness
    • Hay fever
    • Itchy skin rash called eczema
    • Shortness of breath on exertion and a cough

    Causes of Asthma COPD

    • Infections like colds, viruses, flu, sinus infections.
    • Allergens like dust mites, pollens, pets, mold spores, cockroaches
    • Exposure to substances in the workplace
    • Changes in temperature, and humidity
    • Exposure to chemicals or other substances on the job
    • Smoking and air pollution
    • Fumes from chemical products
    • Stress and strong emotions
    • Risk factors of Asthma COPD

    Genetics – Heredity is partially responsible for a person having asthma

    Infections – The viruses such as respiratory syncytial virus, parainfluenza virus cause wheezing in infants

    Air pollution – Gases such as sulfur dioxide, nitric oxide, and ozone have a negative effect on the breathing of people who already have asthma.

    Allergies – Sources of other indoor allergens include animal proteins (particularly cat and dog allergens), dust mites, cockroaches, and fungi.

    Complications of Asthma COPD

    • Stress
    • Anxiet
    • Depression
    • Heart Disease
    • Respiratory failure
    • Pneumonia
    • Death

    Diagnosis of Asthma COPD

    Diagnosis of Asthma COPD involves the following test:

    Medical History – Your doctor may ask about your family medical history.

    Physical Examination – The doctor will listen to your lungs with a stethoscope; examine your nasal passages, and allergic skin conditions such as eczema.

    Lung Function Test – Your doctor will use a test called spirometry to check how your lungs are working. The machine will show how many litres of air you can push out of your lungs and how fast.

    Other Tests – it may include:

    • Chest x ray
    • Allergy test
    • Lab tests on your blood

    Precautions & Prevention of Asthma COPD 

    Currently, there isn’t a way to prevent asthma from starting in the first place. However, you can take steps to control the disease and prevent its symptoms.

    • Learn about your asthma and how to control it.
    • Identify and treat attacks early
    • Follow your written asthma action plan.
    • Monitor your breathing
    • Take medicines as directed by your doctor.
    • Identify and avoid asthma triggers.
    • Keep track of your asthma symptoms and level of control.
    • Get regular checkups for your asthma

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