Does Asthma Really Have A Particular Cure?

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Many people nowadays are seeking for a means on how to cure this asthma of a thing.

But why not try taking this precautions and thank me later

1-Water:Take a full cup of water first thing in the morning before taking anything and  infact before brushing your teeth

2-Oil:Reduce your oil intake instead of taking all this groundnut oil to cook take palmoil instead.Any thing oil apart from palm oil please stop it

3-Meat: Am sure some are surprised by that and when I mean meat i mean all the  likes of chicken beef pork meat ,suya everything in general and if you will take meat it should be goat meat and should even be once in a while.Instead of meat take fish please oooo don't take catfish..all the likes of Barbeque and the like I really advice against that.Dont take them

All this oil and fat may may cause your blood to clot instead of flowing smoothly and which causes the air passage to become thiner

4-sleep:sleeping at least 7 hours a day really helps your body to be more relaxed and releived from stress

5-Eva water: please do not underrate this water.it works

6-Beans:let your beans be white beans and not brown

7:fruits:let's consume more of fruit but the likes of orange, tangerines shouldn't be taken on empty stomach.

Your health is your greatest wealth don't joke with it.

Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Idris Saidu - 2019-10-08 21:00:30

Treatment usually involves learning to recognize your triggers, taking steps to avoid them and tracking your breathing to make sure your daily asthma medications are keeping symptoms under control. In case of an asthma attack, you may need to use a quick-relief inhaler, such as albuterol. Although all this help in controlling,they actually also help alot

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Prince Esua - 2019-10-09 20:41:35

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Create a written asthma action plan with your doctor. This written plan will serve as an asthma treatment guide tailored to your specific needs. It will help you follow these three important steps and keep a good record of your asthma treatment:
1. Track your symptoms
Write down your symptoms in an asthma diary each day. Recording symptoms can help you recognize when you need to make treatment adjustments according to your asthma action plan. Use your asthma diary to record:
Shortness of breath or whistling sounds when you exhale (wheezing).
Disturbed sleep caused by shortness of breath, coughing or wheezing.
Chest tightness or pain.
Quick-relief (rescue) inhaler use — record when you need to use your quick-relief inhaler, such as albuterol (Proventil HFA, Ventolin HFA, ProAirHFA), and write down how many puffs you take.
Disruptions to work, school, exercise or other day-to-day activities caused by asthma symptoms.
Asthma symptoms during exercise.
Changes in color of phlegm you cough up.
Hay fever symptoms such as sneezing and runny nose.
Anything that seems to trigger asthma flare-ups.
2. Record how well your lungs are working
Your doctor may have you periodically record results of breathing tests (lung function tests). If your lungs aren't working as well as they should be, your asthma may not be under control. There are two main lung function tests:
Peak flow. This test is done at home with a simple hand-held device called a peak flow meter. A peak expiratory flow measurement indicates how fast you can force air out of your lungs. Peak flow readings are sometimes gauged as a percentage of how your lungs work at their best. This is called your personal best peak flow.
Spirometry. Spirometry tests can be done at your doctor's office with a machine called a spirometer. Some people use a hand-held spirometer to take measurements at home.
Spirometry tests measure how much air your lungs can hold and how much air you can exhale in one second after you've taken a deep breath. This measurement is called forced expiratory volume (FEV1). Your FEV1 measurement is compared with the typical FEV1 for people who don't have asthma. As with your peak flow reading, this comparison is often expressed as a percentage.
3. Adjust treatment according to your asthma action plan
When your lungs aren't working as well as they should be, you may need to adjust your medications according to the plan you made with your doctor ahead of time. Your written asthma action plan will let you know exactly when and how to make adjustments.
The chart below can help you determine if you're doing a good job of keeping your asthma under control. A similar system should be included in your asthma action plan. Depending on where your asthma control falls on the chart, you may need to make adjustments to your medications.

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Joseph Lawrence - 2019-10-09 22:14:43

I was an asthma patient for the first 15 years of my life and I knew her during that. My parents also very very comfortable with the situation and I tried all these things that you mentioned but all to no avail asthma doesn't really have a cure like that but one can over grow it like right now have overgrown it it stopped when I was 15 years of age asthma can only be controlled with the use of inhaler it can be controlled and everyone has a period where the husband will put them in a high-voltage so and asthma patients should beware and watchful

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Oretan Ayomipo Micheal - 2019-10-12 18:17:08

I don't think asthma have any cure all it need cos it can't perfectly cure and heal no matter what use but there can be maintanace to keep a long standing health condition 

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Efe Benita - 2019-10-12 18:55:37

Asthma is an eminently controllable illness indeed for most suffers, control is so effective that it amount to vital cure, But asthma is not curable, it never entirely goes away also no cure would ever suffice. 

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Light Udoyo - 2019-10-12 23:09:19

This is very insightful. Thank you very much for the information. I also love your grammar presentation. It's the Nigerian way. Down to earth grammar without  considering the usual law of Concord in same sentences.                      I'm not saying your grammar is bad, l am saying you know how to express yourself by blending our Naija grammar with british English. 

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By oludaisi samuel - 2019-10-12 23:36:00

Asthma is not a good thing, the only thing is that is only God that can intervene I have a cousin who was born with it but she is not in Nigeria,she base in England and her mom is a doctor and her daddy also do they haven't got the cure for her yet...... 

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Osita Olisa - 2019-10-13 16:38:32

In addition, using of herbs and other natural dietary supplements can help ease your Asthma, again learning to control your heart rate can help you manage asthma, but more studies are needed to confirm a benefit. Also if you have a food allergy, avoidinig foods that trigger an allergy attack may also help with some asthma symptoms

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Abba Aquila - 2019-10-13 19:29:40

You can simply over come this sickness with or by avoiding certain food as it is mentioned above. 

Avoid smoke, dry fried food, anger, always hang around where you will have enough air.

Thanks.

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Mrs. Afangideh Veronica - 2019-10-13 19:37:18

Thank you for the post. Special thanks to Prince Esua.

Boiling about 7 sliced pieces of bitter kola, grinding it & mixing with pure honey, to be taken morning & night , treats asthma. Especially if it has reached a stage where the victim finds it hard to breath. In addition to that, finding your triggers & avoiding them prevents repetition of the  attack.

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Does asthma really have a particular cure? - By Olawoore Gloria Olamide - 2019-10-14 13:37:35

Asthma is an eminently controllable illness. Indeed, for most sufferers, control is so effective that it amounts to a virtual cure. But asthma is not curable in the same way as, say, a bacterial pneumonia; it never entirely goes away. Also, no one cure would ever suffice. It is becoming increasingly clear that there many types of asthma--and they differ greatly in their presentation and genesis. For example, asthma that presents as a chronic cough, the "cough variant of asthma," appears to be very different from the life-threatening variety, which results in extreme respiratory failure and sometimes death.

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