Asthma is an ancient Greek word meaning " panting or short- drawn breath." It is the most
troublesome of the respiratory diseases. The asthma patient gets frequent attacks of
breathlessness in between which he is completely normal.
Patients suffering from asthma appear to be gasping for breath. Actually, they have more trouble
exhaling than inhaling because the air passages of the small bronchi become clogged and
constricted with mucus, thus making it difficult for the patient to breathe out. All asthmatics have
more difficulty at night, especially during sleep.
The onset of asthma is either gradual or abrupt. Sudden onsets are often preceded by a spell of
coughing which may be associated with itching of the chin, the back of the neck or chest. When
the onset is gradual, the attack is usually brought on by respiratory infection. A severe attack
causes an increase in heartbeat and respiratory rates and the patient feels restless and fatigued.
There may be coughing, tightness inthe chest, profuse sweating and vomiting. There may also
be abdominal pain, especially if coughing is severe. Foggy weather aggravates the symptoms.
An asthmatic attack begins when the bronchial tubes in the lungs become constricted. The tubes
having become narrow, the inhaled air becomes trapped in the tiny air sacs at the end of the
tubes, making the release of breath difficult. The wheezing sound identified with asthma is
produced by the air being pushed through the narrowed bronchi.
Mainly bronchial in its symptoms, asthma is caused by a variety of factors. For many it is an
allergic condition resulting from the reaction of the system to the weather, food, drugs, perfumes
and other irritants which vary with different individuals. Allergies to dust are the most common.
Some persons are sensitive to the various forms of dust like cotton dust, wheat dust and paper
dust, some pollens, animal hair, fungi and insects, especially cockroaches. Foods which
generally cause allergic reactions are wheat, eggs, milk, chocolates, beans, potato, pork and
For others, asthma may result from the abnormal body chemistry involving the system’s
enzymes or a defect in muscular action within the lungs. Quite often, however, asthma is
precipitated by a combination of allergic and non- allergic factors including emotional tension, air
pollution, infections and hereditary factors. It has been estimated that when both parents have
asthma or hay fever, in 75 to 100 per cent cases, the offspring also has allergic reactions.
What We Give For Cure Asthama
The natural way to treat asthma consists of stimulating the functioning of slack excretory organs,
adopting appropriate diet patterns to eliminate morbid matter and reconstruct the body, and
practicing yogasanas, yogic kriyas and pranayamas to permit proper assimilation of food and to
strengthen the lungs, digestive system and circulatory organs.
The patient should be given an enema to clean the colon and prevent auto-intoxication.
Take all treatments only under expert naturopathy doctor guidance and supervision.
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