Asthma, which now affects over 5 million people in Britain, is very much on the increase. This lung disorder in which spasms and inflammation of the airways restrict flow of air into the lungs has more than doubled in the last two decades, while prescriptions for steroid inhalers have risen six-fold. But it’s possible to treat asthma naturally, tackling the underlying causes to ensure a life of easier breathing.
While the root cause of asthma in most cases is allergic reactions to irritants, be it exhaust fumes, cigarette smoke dust, pollen, housedust mite or foods, the overall approach to reducing asthma is much broader than this since many factors contribute to the potential and severity of allergic reactions.
What are the main factors that contribute to asthma?
Do you know what you are allergic to?
Is food triggering your asthma?
Lifestyle changes to prevent asthma attacks
Essential nutrients to boost immunity and prevent asthma
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