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Normal breathing requires no conscious effort to expand the chest and the respiratory movements are automatic in sleep as during waking hours. In dyspnoea the effort is noisy, requires force, and the muscles other than those ordinarily used for respiration are called into action. The trouble may be due to a foreign body in the air passages, their compression, disease of the respiratory organs, heart or kidneys, some general disease, such as asthma, diabetic coma, etc., or narcotic poisoning.

In children the obstruction in the nose is due to the introduction of coins, pebbles, seeds, etc. if the object is small it may produce no symptoms, but it sets up septic inflammation, and there is a risk of its being drawn into the lings. If it is close to the nostril and not too large it can be removed with a small scoop or forceps. It is possible to remove it by syringing or douching through the other nostril. The child is made to sit in a chair and asked to breathe through the mouth, the nozzle of the syringe or the irrigator is introduced into the opposite nostril and a solution of common salt (one teaspoonful to a print of water) allowed running with moderate force.

The stream travels to the back of the nasal cavity and is directed from behind. If the foreign body is lodged in the throat or the larynx it may be possible to remove it with a pair of forceps or scoop it out with the forefinger. Care should be taken not to push it down. Holding the child with the head down and stroking the chest or the back may dislodge the body if it is smooth or round. Chronic nasal obstruction is children are due to adenoids. In old persons the obstruction is often due to a badly fitting tooth-plate being displaced and drawn into the larynx while shouting, laughing or coughing; usually it lodges in the larynx and can be easily removed. Small objects might pass down and cause fatal choking or septic pneumonia.

Dyspnoea is a very distressing symptom in heart disease. And in bad cases the patient is unable to breathe in the recumbent position and has to sit up in bed. It occurs in kidney disease when its excretory function begins to fail and uremia sets in, and unless it is soon restored, a fatal termination is certain. In diabetes, when coma supervenes, the breathing becomes deep and labored without any obstruction, the breathing becomes deep and labored without any obstruction, and the breath has a peculiar fruity odor. In hysteria, the patient sometimes complains of difficulty of breathing and a choking feeling as if a ball were rising in the throat. This subsides without any trouble if the patient is left alone.

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  • Asthma, a disease of the human respiratory system, which narrows the airways, commonly in response to a “trigger” such as an exposure to an allergen, exercise, cold air, or emotional stress. This narrowing can cause symptoms like shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing. Between asthmatic episodes, most people with the condition feel fine.

    This disease is a chronic inflammatory condition wherin the airways develop an increased responsiveness to certain stimuli, shown by bronchial hyper-responsiveness, increased mucus production, inflammation, and intermittent airway obstruction. Asthma can be anywhere from mild to life threatening, but can generally be controlled with a combination of drugs, inhalers and changes in lifestyle. People have focused on asthma recently because of its rapidly increasing number of patients, affecting up to one in four urban children. Genetic factors can contribute to cases of asthma, but there is no clear pattern of inheritance found. It is a very complex disease which is influenced by many various developmental, genetic, and environmental factors, which work togetherto create the widespread condition.

    Breast-fed babies have proved to be less susceptible to asthma. Current research indicates that the prevalence of asthma in children has been increasing. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Health Interview Surveys, around 9.2% of US children under 18 years old had asthma in 2001, in comparison with just 4% in 1980. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that 8% of the population of Switzerland suffer from asthma today, compared to 1.9% in 1983. Asthma is more common in countries outside North America, but is by no means a problem restricted to location. “WHO” estimates that there are between 15.3 and 20.1 million asthmatics in India. In the U.S., urban residents, African Americans and Hispanics are affected moreso than the population as a whole.

    Around the globe, asthma is the cause of approximately 175,000 deaths per year. Asthma and AthleticsAsthma appear to be more common in athletes than in the general population. One particular survey of participants in the 1996 Summer Olympic Games revealed that 16% had asthma, and 10% were on medication for asthma. There seems to be a high number of asthmatics in sports like mountain biking, cycling, and long-distance running, and a somewhat low percentage in weightlifting. It is not clear how much of these cases are results of the effects of training in the sport.

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  • Traditionally, Asthma is researched and known as a condition, which affects the respiratory track of the lungs. Asthma can be categorized into allergic and non-allergic or extrinsic, intrinsic and mixed asthma.

    An extrinsic Asthma (allergic) :It is normally attacked by allergic things such as dust particles, fumes or smokes, animal dander, sugar, chemicals, drugs, environmental and industrial pollutants, food additive and tobacco, etc

    An intrinsic Asthma (Non-Allergic): Generally triggered by adrenal glands’ disorder and emotional disorder such as stress, tension and anxiety.

    It is wholly depends on the stimuli that trigger or target in attacking a person.

    Mixed Asthma
    Mixed asthma is a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic asthma. Mixed asthma patients react to certain allergies but also are triggered by other reasons and things.

    It is a two- steps problem.
    • When a person is affected by asthma, inflammation is felt in the air passages and it becomes red and swollen.
    • When the air passages get inflamed, the patient becomes extra-sensitive to different things, which may aggravate asthma.

    Symptoms:

    It is a respiratory disease caused from allergies; it can be identified or its presence can be felt by symptoms like chest constriction, labored breathing and continuous coughing.

    Asthma is a chronic disease, which cannot be cured permanently but can be controlled. One can control his asthma if it is early and properly diagnosed and then patient goes for early treatment. If treatment is not done earlier or a patient becomes careless about his health then there will be frequent and severe attack of asthma, which may lead to fatal consequences.

    Treatment:

    We know that asthma cannot be cured permanently but we can control it to great extend if we opt natural treatment and take some precautions. Heavy doses of medicines of different chemical compositions may aggravate asthma instead of controlling it. So it is better to start treatment using natural products.

    Natural treatment is safe and result oriented; it can control asthma to great extend without any side effects. The health condition of the lungs, immune system, nervous system and adrenal system are the vital areas for the treatment of asthma through natural products.

    Asthma treatment using natural product

    Natural treatment starts by avoiding things, which trigger asthma such as aerosol, sugar, food additives, fats food, salt, fast food, junk food, ice cream and chemically preservative food.

    The patient must add more juicy fruits, green vegetables, fiber vegetables and raw nuts in his diet.

    Patent must avoid such conditions and situations, which cause emotional disturbances or negative emotions such as depression, restlessness, anger, anxiety, destructiveness, self-condemnation and self -pity.

    In natural treatment of asthma diet, emotional and physical aspects to be taken care.

    Herbal products must be taken that help in removing excessive mucous and clear respiratory track.

    Herbal asthmatic formula contains 13 types of herbs, which reduces excessive mucus, chest constriction; clear respiratory track and helps in comfortable breathing.

    Herbs contain antitussive and antispasmodic qualities, which helps in toning lungs and helps in relieving congestion.

    There are herbs included for the treatment of asthma that having demulcent and expectorant qualities to tone up bronchial tubes that help in expelling excessive mucus and phlegm.

    Some herbs have multi qualities, which act on the body suitably and positively to tone and shape up lungs, clear air passage, control and calm down coughing and control labor breathing.

    Herbs like elecampane, garlic, mustard, ginger, skullcap and valerian easily available naturally and these herbs are highly recommended for the treatment of asthma.

    There are herbal chocolate and tea, which can be used for the treatment to control asthma. There are tonic, based on herbs to strengthen the immune system and respiratory system. Food powders are made of herbs and fruits to fight asthmatic attacks.

    There are ointments made by herbs to rub the chest during the breathing problems or chest constriction.

    There are also ayurvedic and homeopathic treatment to control asthma, which is found to be very effective and substantial.

    Asthma should be treated opting natural products and herbs because it is safety, cheaper and free from any side effect. These applications will certainly control your asthma and same time you can enjoy life normally and naturally.

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