What do you do if you have asthma?
First you need to know symptoms & Causes of Asthma :
Asthma Symptoms: Coughing, Chest Tightness, Shortness of Breath,
Difficulty in Breathing, wheezing, Increased Heart Rate &
Causes of Asthma: Smoking, Allergies, Pollution, Dust Mites,
Infections, Cold Wind, poor Digestion, Food Allergies, Weather
Asthma should be treated in the right way, so that asthmatic
people may live a normal life more actively.
The first step to relieve an asthma attack is to use your
quick-acting bronchodilator (such as albuterol). The usual dose is
2 puffs, breathed slowly and deeply. In a sudden severe crisis of
breathing, you can safely use as many as 4 puffs at a time. Under
normal circumstances, it is usually recommended that you use your
quick-relief bronchodilator no more than 4 times a day. To treat an
asthma attack, however, you can safely use it as often as every 20
minutes for as long as 2 hours, if needed. If available, a
compressor with nebulizer can be used in the same way, every 20
minutes for several doses. The major side-effects to anticipate are
a jittery feeling and racing of the heart.
Asthma is a disease of the lungs. Snow mountain garlic also
helps to reduce Asthma disease.
Eat a Snow Mountain Garlic Capsule Daily OR Add 3 cloves of
garlic to a pot of hot water. Boil it for 5-7 minutes. Let it cool
and then drink.