What is Asthma disorder?
Asthma is a chronic breathing disorder that affects bronchial tubes. Bronchial tubes are the air ways which carry air to and from lungs. In Asthma bronchial tubes or airways becomes inflamed and narrow due to several triggers like virus, bacteria, seasonal changes, cold, intense exercises and air pollutants like smoke, dust and pollution. Asthma makes airways sensitive and cells in bronchial tubes produce more mucus which is lot thicker than normal and makes it difficult to breath. Thick mucus in airways further narrows the airways and leads to cough, wheezing, chest tightness and shortness of breath. Asthma can be seen in people of all age groups. People with Asthma are at increased risk of developing allergies due to weak immunity and inflamed airways. Cold weathers triggers symptoms of Asthma. People with Asthma face problems like coughing, wheezing and breathing disorders in cold weathers like early mornings and in late nights. Asthma is a chronic disease and needs treatment to avoid further health complications. Asthma can also be life threatening if left untreated.
Asthma Disorder Occurrences
Asthma is seen in people of all age groups and genders. Asthma occurrences are severe in children and elders due to their low immunity and self healing system. Asthma generally starts in childhood and it can be dangerous. Though Asthma seems to disappear in warm weathers but it still effects or hit back in cold weathers like monsoon and winter. People with Asthma face difficulties especially in the mornings and late nights. People with Asthma should avoid contact with triggers in order to eliminate Asthma symptoms and their severity. Asthma can lead to other complications like sleeplessness, pneumonia, respiratory failures, status Asthmatic and collapsed lungs. Asthma is classified into several types like child onset Asthma, adult onset Asthma, exercise induced Asthma, cough induced Asthma, nocturnal Asthma, severe Asthma and many more.
Causes and Symptoms of Asthma Disorders
There are several factors which can lead to Asthma, like
- Hereditary or genetics
- Environmental factors like pollution, dust and many more
- Inhaling irritants
- Airways hyperactivity
- GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)
Common symptoms of Asthma include
- Constant coughing
- Chest tightness
- Breathing problems or breathlessness
- Pressure and pain in chest
- Unable to eat or speak due to breathlessness
- Dizziness or drowsiness
- Increased heart beat
Homeopathy treatment for Asthma problems
Homeopathy treatment for Asthma is very effective in treating and controlling Asthma and its symptoms. Asthma treatment in Homeopathy is safe and does not have any side effects. Homeopathy remedies for Asthma are made of natural substances like plants, vegetables, minerals and animal based and are safe to use for all age groups. Homeopathy treatment for Asthma not just treats Asthma symptoms but also aims to treat the underlying cause of recurrent inflammation. Asthma treatment in Homeopathy is prescribed by a homeopathic doctor based on symptoms, family history, past health history of the individual to provide accurate and affective treatment. Homeopathy for Asthma also aims to improve immunity to fight the infections and allergies which in turn triggers Asthma symptoms.