see url Asthma is a chronic disease, where the airways of the lung inflates, narrows, swells and produces extra mucus. The airway becomes extra sensitive to irritations and increases the susceptibility to allergic reactions. Since the aiway narrows, lesser amounts of air is able to pass to and from lungs.

Recommended Supplement Consumption Guide

Morning

    • Anti Ageing (S1) 15 ml with 30 ml hot water
    • PREBIOTIC DIET
    • MIRACLE FLAX SEED DIET
    • Banana Stem Juice – 100 ml (This can be consumed later on in the morning)
Note

Buy Arrow Tramadol Take supplements in the morning soon after waking up. It can be taken in two ways-

    • Take each supplement separately giving a gap of five minutes between each

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      Mix all three supplements together in a glass and add little hot water and consume

    • Consume the Prebiotic diet at least 10 minutes after the Miracle Drinks Supplements and the Flax drink at least 20 minutes after it.

Afternoon

    • Renal Care (S5) 15 ml with 30 ml hot water
Note
    • Consume the supplements 30 minutes before lunch

Evening

    • Immune Care (S7) 15 ml with 30 ml hot water
Note
    • Consume the supplements between 5pm and 7pm, ensure a gap of half an hour between the supplements and dinner.
    • If consuming the flax drink and the supplements in the evening, consume the supplements first and then consume the flax drink. Dinner should be consumed 30 to 60 minutes afterwards.
    • Timing are only indicative, absorption will be 100% when supplements are consumed on an empty stomach.

Recommended Duration of Course

Order Tramadol With Cod 3-4 months or Consume till relife

CAUSES
    • Allergy.
    • Low immunity.
    • Cold.
    • Stress, Tension, Depression.
    • Excessive Exercising.
    • Pollutants, Contaminants, toxins in air, water, food.
    • Smoke and Tobacco.
    • Environmental factors (air pollution).
    • Obesity.
    • Genetics.
    • Airway Hyperactivity.
    • Childhood asthma.
    • Premature birth.
    • Heartburn.
    • Certain foods like fish, soy, eggs, peanuts, etc.
    • Medications.
    • Acid reflux.
    • Spending lots of time indoors: This can reduce someone’s ability to effectively build the immune system and also increases exposure to certain allergens or irritants that can accumulate indoors (like dust mites, mould spurs, pet hair and other microbes).
    • A sedentary lifestyle.
    • Sometimes childhood infections can affect lung tissue and cause the airways to narrow or become inflamed.
    • Compression of the lungs caused from poor posture might also contribute to symptoms.
    • Fumes, pollution and chemicals released from construction sites.
    • Respiratory infections.
    • Allergens like fur, mold, pollen, dust, etc.
    • Medicines such as aspirin or similar drugs.
    • Irritants like pollution particles, chemicals in the environment, certain sprays, cigarette smoke, etc.
    • Physical activity.
    • Certain chemicals in food can also trigger asthma.
SYMPTOMS
    • Feelings of anxiety or panic wheezing.
    • Breathing problems.
    • Coughing that won’t stop.
    • Frequent cold and cough.
    • Difficulty talking.
    • Blue lips or fingernails.
    • Pale, sweaty face.
    • Tightened neck and chest muscle.
    • Sneezing and coughing.
    • Wheezing, including sounds emanating from your chest as you try to breath.
    • Running out of air as you try to speak or inhale.
    • Difficulty exercising.
    • Pressure and tightness in the chest.
    • During attacks it’s possible to show signs of poor circulation and oxygen, including having blue- or purple-coloured toes and fingers or skin changes.
    • Feeling lightheaded, dizzy and weak.
    • Symptoms of anxiety, such as sweating and rapid heartbeats.
    • Symptoms similar to those caused by allergies, such as watery and red eyes, itchy throat, or a runny nose — some people can look inside their throats or noses and see redness and swelling.
    • Swollen glands and puffy lymph nodes in the neck — sometimes people with asthma even feel like they’re choking.
    • Dry mouth, especially if you begin breathing through the mouth more often instead of the nose.
ASTHMA TRIGGERS
    • Stress.
    • Trans fats and processed foods.
    • Preservatives like nitrates in processed food and Sulfites used to keep food fresh.
    • Wine can trigger Asthma.
    • Late night dinner.
    • Cigarette Smoke.
    • Air fresheners, wood smoke, chlorinated pools, scented candles, walls painted with volatile organic compounds.
    • NSAID (Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drugs).
    • Cinnamon, Garlic, Cumin, Cardamom.
    • Fertiliser, pollen, mold, dust mites, cockroach, pets.
    • Intense laughter or crying.
    • Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG)- Ajinomoto.
    • Alcohol.
    • Certain foods that cause allergies.
    • Carpet floor.
    • Dust and dust mites.
    • Unchanged pillow case and bed sheets.
    • Avoid second-hand smoke from wood-burning stoves and cigarettes.
    • Switch to natural cleaningproducts or use baking soda, lavender oil and vinegar to make your own.
    • Avoid anti-bacterial soaps and disinfectants.
    • Avoid aerosols and petroleum-based ingredients in your health and beauty products. Instead use natural products made from essential oils.
    • Use a dehumidifier in damp areas, and fix water leaks to reduce mold.
    • Buy a water filter to remove chlorine from your tap water.
    • Install flooring or carpets that can be vacuumed beneath to reduce dust mites.
    • Wash bedding weekly, and keep upholstery and carpets regularly vacuumed.
    • Use sheets and pillow cases that are non-allergenic and don’t contain down or feathers.
    • Keep furry pets like Dogs and Cats out of the bedroom to limit the amount of theirs hairs, dander, feathers, saliva. Clean and brush pets regularly out doors to remove some of their fur that can wind up around your home.
    • Cockroaches trigger asthma too.
    • Outdoor irritants such as smog.
    • Prevent exercise-induced asthma. Eat nutritious foods to maximize your immune defences against viral and bacterial infections.
    • Foods that trigger asthma are Soy and its products, Milk and milk products, Peanuts and other nuts, Fish, shrimp, and other shellfish, Wheat, Gluten, Eggs
    • Stress.
HOME REMEDIES
    • It is recommended to consume the following (click on the specific diet for more information) –
        • Prebiotic Diet
        • Flax Seed Drink
        • Moringa Tea
        • Optimum quantities of turmeric powder (it can also be consumed in the form of tablets)
    • Keep the body alkaline, this is recommended to maintain the pH. Level of the blood between 7 and 7.4. Click here for more information.
    • Exercise every day, yoga too is a good option.
    • Have a nutritious, healthy and a well-balanced diet
        • Consume meals at a consistent time. Avoid consuming meals at an unreasonable time.
        • Eat a healthy snack in between meals, like – Seeds, nuts or fruits.
        • Consume healthy amounts of fruits and vegetable along with the meals (seasonal produce is preferable).
        • Enrich the meals with as many greens as possible, also, consume raw vegetables with the main meal, like – radish, carrot, cucumber, onion,etc.
        • Instead of using sugar, use natural products like – Jaggery, Honey, Date Syrup, Black strap molasses. REMEMBER to use them wisely, and not in such a way that it causes harm to the body.
        • Dinner should be consumed as early as possible, leaving a gap of at least three hours between the meal and bed time.
        • Try to not consume fruits after 3 pm.
        • Never consume sugar free products like Aspartame, Saccharin, Acesulfame, Neotame and Sucralose.
        • Always keep the body well hydrated.
        • Instead of cow milk, drink coconut milk or almond milk.
        • Avoid sugary foods like cakes, biscuits, sweets, etc.
        • Cook food with regional oils, try to avoid oils not available in the region.
        • Avoid mucous forming foods like milk, fried foods, industrially made yogurt and ice cream, etc.
        • Once a day, consume probiotic foods like –
            • Curds (Yogurt)
            • Kefir
            • Dark Chocolate
            • Kombucha Tea
            • Kimchi
            • Tempeh
            • Pickles
            • Miso Soup
            • Micro Algae
            • Sauerkraut
            • Natto
            • Kvass
            • Apple Cider Vinegar
            • Brine Cured Olives
            • Salted Gherkin Pickles
            • Cheese – Gouda, Brie, Mozzarella, Swiss, Cheddar, Feta, Cottage Cheese, etc.
            • Coconut Kefir
            • Green Peas
            • Beer
            • Red Wine
            • Sourdough Bread
            • Beer Kvass
            • Buttermilk/Lassi
            • Fermented Vegetables
    • Try to sleep for an average of 6-7 hours every day.
    • Maintain good hygiene and dental health at all times.
    • Deworm once every 6 months.
    • Stress is the cause of many diseases today, so to be stress free, try to get involved in a new hobby, socialize more, visit places and take a few days of break from work.
    • Mix half teaspoon of red chilli powder in half a glass of warm water and drink, do this twice a day.
    • Licorice root tea, ginger tee.
    • Krill oil, cod liver oil
    • Foods to avoid -dairy foods, yeast foods like bread,wine, beer, food preservatives, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Nuts, Curds, Processed foods (packaged, canned, boxed, frozen), Soft drinks, Fast food, Alcoholic beverages, Shrimp, Bottled juices, Food colouring, Desserts (made with sugar, artificial ingredients and high contents of fat), peanuts cheese dessert, fried foods
    • Foods to add to diet all types of millets, Walnuts, cashews, almonds, Kabuli Chana (Chickpeas), Oatmeal, vitamin C rich foods
    • Eucalyptus oil, kalonji oil,oregano oil,Lavender oil, tea tree oil all these oils can be used for steam inhalation
    • Honey with cinnamon must be taken during bedtime
    • Fruits to add to diet – Orange, apples, cantaloupes, bananas, grape fruit,kiwi, pineapple,avocado, berries and all red coloured fruits
    • Vegetables to add to diet – carrots, garlic, sweet potato,Broccoli,cucumber, sweet potatoes, ginger, tomatoes, all green leafy veggies, raw onion
    • Juices – make a healthy juices by using any of the fruits and vegetables listed above
    • Seeds to add to diet – flaxseeds, Chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds
    • Take tea, coffee, turmeric milk.
    • Warm mustard oil and camphor together andrub gently on the chest.

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