Asthma affects both young and old. And while there are available treatments for this disorder, there is a growing number who don't benefit from these treatments. With the advances in genetic studies it is hoped better methods of treatment can be produced.
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Asthma Treatment and Symptoms
Vegetarian foods have been studied for cancer prevention to heart health and more, but there's one vegan food that is critical for enhancing cognitive processing, information retention, learning, perception and rapid eye movement during sleep -- and that food is humble pistachio.
According to the American academy of Allergy Asthma and Immunology, about 25 million suffer from Asthma only in the US, and it costs an average of $3,300 per person with asthma each year in medical expenses, missed school and work days, and early deaths. So, it is ideal to keep asthma under control via nutritional means, and here is why vegan foods to treat asthma can improve overall health.
If you have been wondering about a permanent solution for asthma and want to move forward and breathe easier, adopting a vegan diet for one year may be the permanent solution for asthma, according to research.
New Single Injection Stem Cell Treatment May be a "Cure" for Asthma and Allergies to Bees, Peanuts, Seafood
Researchers at the University of Queensland in Australia have developed a new single injection stem cell treatment which may be a “cure” for asthma and allergies to bees, peanuts, seafood and other allergens which activate an immune response and cause severe difficulty breathing.
Allergies and asthma, should be considered an early warning sign of weakened health as well as of complications yet to come. The basis for allergies and arthritis are nutritional, and the remedy is, similarly, nutritional, more and more failed research shows.
If you don't know what triggers your recurring dry cough see a doctor because it may be Asthma. Dr. Ademola Orolu, a Consultant Family Physician explains.
Vitamin A deficiency may be the cause for recurring gastrointestinal and respiratory issues: 3 ways to get more
A recent study from Colombia on children aged 5-12 yrs, has found that a vitamin A deficiency in the blood, is the cause for recurring gastrointestinal and respiratory tract infections. So, boosting your vitamin A will improve your immunity and reduce your chances of developing respiratory and gastrointestinal issues.
Researchers say that exposure to microbes may offer protection against asthma.
Avoid using antibiotics with these 3 foods that can prevent and manage antibiotic -acquired childhood asthma
The best way to avoid using antibiotics too often, is to have a strong immunity. But, many of us do not have the knowledge on what we should consume food wise or give our children in order to keep strong. So, more often than not, we end up resorting to antibiotics to fight infections and inflammations. However, there has been extensive research pointing to the fact that exposure to at least one course of antibiotics in the first year of life, increases the chances of childhood asthma, which may persist through out adult life.
Researchers say that bedcovers which are mite-proof may decrease flare-ups of asthma in kids.
Researchers found that something as common as a cold cut sandwich can make you wheeze and make it difficult to breathe.
Are you risking your health and worsening your asthma symptoms by eating processed meats on a regular basis?
Here is yet another reason to include more plants in your daily diet. New research shows that certain essential oils may serve as a natural treatment for lung and liver disease caused by air pollution.