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Natural remedies for asthma may bring about longer term relief from the disease which is likely to be associated with a deficiency of omega 3 essential fatty acids
Asthma is a respiratory disease that is characterized by sudden sunset with closure of bronchial tubes by spasmodic muscles. Atopic asthma has eczema as a feature along with the respiratory disease.
This is a disease involving poor absorption of omega three essential fatty acids and deficiencies of manganese and magnesium.
A number of studies have confirmed the increased likelihood of children developing asthma if the maternal diet is low in omega three oils and also the requirement of minerals such as manganese and magnesium for healthy lung function.
Natural remedies for asthma should include:
- Pancreatic enzymes and ox bile at 75-200m each three times per day before meals. These will assist with digestion and absorption of important nutrients
- Essential fatty acids at 5g three times per day.
- Colloidal minerals – which contain magnesium and manganese.
Herbs are very useful for treating asthma – use caution if you have plant allergies. Useful plant herbs include: honeysuckle, jaborandi, leaks, garlic, evening primrose oil.
Essential oils may be of significant benefit as natural remedies for asthma and may be inhaled or massaged into the upper body. Oils include eucalyptus globulus and eucalyptus radiata, peppermint, Ravensara and Naiouli.
Along with these natural remedies for asthma have an inhaler ready to cope with any sudden attacks.
Preventing an attack.
Here's some factors that may trigger an attack: cold air, salt and sudden over-exertion.
Healthy Diet & Lifestyle
A healthy diet should be part of your natural remedies for asthma treatment plan. An over-consumption of omega 6 (found mainly in vegetable oils) and low consumption of omega 3 oils found in deep sea, cold water fish (such as salmon, tuna, mackerel) and flax seed can increase the childhood risk of asthma.
Best advice is to maximize the intake of omega three oils from fish and EFA supplements and avoid fried food and vegetable oils. Consume plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables including green leafy vegetables which will contain dietary sources of manganese and magnesium. Also plenty of water.
While you should exercise with caution, a light to moderate amount of aerobic exercise will help 'exercise the lungs'. Swimming is especially helpful and should be encouraged. Start any aerobic activity slowly and build up.
- Natural remedies for asthma include pancreatic enzymes and ox bile to improve absorption, high doses of essential fatty acids and colloidal minerals.
- Reduce he intake of fried food and vegetable oils and increase consumption of essential fatty acids, green leafy vegetables, fresh fruit and water.
- Swimming may be very helpful for asthma sufferers