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How can asthma be prevented?

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2015-07-15 18:34:51
2015-07-15 18:34:51

If it is understood that asthma onset conditions require a specific atmosphere, precautions can be made to avoid the problem. There are three main items for consideration, general health, emotional stress situation and created allergy/allergen exposure. Simply analysing virtually any asthmatic problem invariably will find repeated antibiotic involvement, often from a very young age. Most often with very young children another commonality is generic cows based formulae and short term breastfeeding. Think about it! If these items are considered as very much involved in the majority of cases and conducive for the problem onset, a new train of thought emerges. If the original allergy that causes the original problem can be avoided or detected early enough, the problem can be avoided. All body signals must be learned and understood, sneezing, rashes or whatever. A further recent finding here in Australia is that omega3 fatty acid oils taken during pregnancy virtually eliminate allergy problems with children. So all this is just the tip of the iceberg, the problem can be avoided but requires logic and commonsense, removing the cause addresses the effect, not long term medication!

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