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Homeopathy for Asthma and Breathlessness

Breathing difficulties and asthma are some of the major national and global health concerns as they affect a large number of people. In India, the prevalence of asthma is 2.05% with about 17.23 million people suffering from it. Breathing problems are another prominent concern that one may experience not just because of asthma but also due to many other health conditions. So, it is crucial to give your respiratory health prime importance. Often, people choose to use nebulizers and steroid medications to manage their asthma and breathing problems. However, these treatment options offer only short-term relief and may even make you dependent on them. Side effects are another drawback of these treatments. Health Total specializes in offering customised homeopathy treatment for asthma and breathing difficulties that treat the condition naturally without any side effects and drug dependency. With our treatment for homeopathy in asthma along with conventional treatment, you enjoy long-lasting relief and, eventually, may even not need the allopathic medicines. Here’s everything about breathing difficulties and asthma and homeopathy treatment for asthma.

What are Breathing Difficulties?

Often, most of us take breathing for granted. However, individuals having certain health conditions may often experience difficulty breathing normally. There are various expressions of breathing difficulties such as:

  • A shortness of breath
  • Inability to take a deep breath
  • Gasping for air
  • Your chest feels very tight.
  • Feeling like you are unable to breathe in sufficient air or suffocation
  • Breathlessness
  • Breathing slowly than normal that you fail to get sufficient oxygen

What is Asthma?

Asthma is an inflammatory condition affecting your lungs by making the airways swell, turn narrow, and get blocked due to excess mucus. It’s a chronic condition, however, with the right treatment, such as homeopathy for asthma, you can help manage it.


What are the Causes of Breathing Difficulties?

Causes of breathing difficulties include

  • Lung Health issues

    Asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

  • Infections in the airways

    Bronchitis, Pneumonia, COVID-19, croup, and even cold and flu

  • Heart Problems

    Heart failure and cardiovascular disease

  • Pleural effusion

    The presence of fluid around the lungs, thereby compressing them.

  • Pericardial effusion

    The presence of fluid around the heart, thereby preventing it from filling with blood properly.

  • Panic attack or anxiety

Causes of Sudden shortness of breath

  • Allergic conditions
  • Lung collapse
  • Pulmonary embolism: A blood clot blocking blood vessels in the lungs.
  • Rare lung conditions
  • Infections

Causes of Long-Term shortness of breath

  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Anaemia
  • Being Unfit
  • Lung cancer
  • Heart-related issues such as heart failure


What are the Causes of Asthma?

Although the exact cause of asthma is not yet clear, certain factors are believed to be responsible for the development of asthma. They include:

  • Allergies

  • Genetics

    If anyone in your family has a history of asthma or allergic diseases, you are at a high risk of developing the disease.

  • Environmental Factors

    Exposure to allergens, fumes, smoke, and toxins can irritate your airways and lead to the development of asthma, particularly in children.

  • Respiratory Infections

    Respiratory syncytial virus and other infections affecting the respiratory system can cause asthma.


Symptoms of Breathing Difficulties

Individuals experiencing breathing difficulties often appear to be uncomfortable. Some prominent symptoms of breathing difficulties include:

  • Breathing rapidly
  • Difficulty or inability to breathe while lying down; so, you sit up to inhale air.
  • Feeling sleepy or being confused
  • Being quite anxious and agitated

Other symptoms of breathing difficulties include:

  • Lightheadedness or dizziness
  • Wheezing, making whistling sounds
  • Bluish fingernails, lips, and fingers
  • Cough, fever, pain, nausea, and vomiting
  • Irregular or rapid heartbeat
  • Muffled voice or experiencing difficulty while talking
  • Profuse perspiration or shaking
  • Feels impending danger or doom

Symptoms of Asthma

Here are some common signs and symptoms of asthma:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest tightness, pressure, or pain
  • Disturbed sleep due to discomforting coughing, wheezing, or shortness of breath
  • Wheezing while exhaling; it’s particularly common in children
  • Respiratory viruses or infections worsen wheezing and coughing episodes
  • Increased difficulty in breathing indicates that asthma is worsening


Types of Breathing Difficulties

  1. Hyperventilation

    It’s rapid breathing or an increased rate of breathing than normal. Usually, it occurs due to panic or anxiety. It can minimize carbon dioxide levels in your blood and reduce the swelling of your brain. Besides anxiety, exercise and asthma can cause hyperventilation. You may feel light-headed, weak, confused, and dizzy.

  2. Dyspnea

    It’s shortness of breath. Heart or lung problems, infections, asthma, anaemia, smoking, anxiety, and severe obesity can cause it.

  3. Bradypnea

    In this condition, you breathe more slowly than normal. Your body fails to get sufficient oxygen. It can be an indication of a condition affecting your metabolism or a health issue such as carbon monoxide poisoning, drug overdose, and sleep apnea.

  4. Tachypnea

    It’s exactly the opposite of bradypnea. In tachypnea, you breathe faster than usual. This condition may occur in pneumonia, COPD, other lung conditions, and in obese individuals.

  5. Hyperpnea

    In this, you inhale more air than necessary but do not necessarily breathe faster. This may occur while doing workouts or during health conditions, such as sepsis or heart failure.

  6. Kussmaul Breathing

    This is characterized by fast, deep breaths, particularly in diabetic individuals. When it occurs due to diabetes, it’s called diabetic ketoacidosis.


Types of Asthma

Various types of asthma are:

  1. Allergic Asthma

    Individuals having allergies may experience asthma attacks. Pet dander, moulds, and pollens are some responsible allergens.

  2. Non-Allergic Asthma

    In this, one may experience asthma episodes due to exercise, illness, or stress.

  3. Childhood Asthma

    In this, asthma may affect children before the age of five. It may occur in infants and toddlers. As kids grow, children may outgrow asthma.

  4. Occupational Asthma

    When work environments trigger asthma attacks, it’s occupational asthma. People having chemicals, fumes, and dust at the workplace may experience it.

  5. Exercise-Induced Asthma

    When exercise triggers asthma episodes, it’s exercise-induced type.

  6. Asthma-COPD Overlap Syndrome

    In this type, the person has both COPD and asthma which makes breathing difficult.


How Are Breathing Problems and Asthma Diagnosed?

Doctors diagnose breathing problems and asthma by conducting a physical examination. The physician examines your nose, throat, and upper airways, checks for wheezing by using a stethoscope to listen to your chest and examines your skin for allergic conditions, such as hives and eczema. Our homeopathy treatment for wheezing can offer you relief when wheezing occurs due to infection or allergy. The doctor may also recommend some diagnostic tests such as:

  1. Blood Tests

    To check if you have anaemia, infections, or any other concerning conditions, such as allergies causing breathing problems.

  2. Chest X-ray, CT scans, or some special Imaging Tests

    These tests help learn if any structural abnormality or infection is present that makes you suffer from breathing issues. The reports would help the doctor to learn the cause of your breathlessness.

  3. Pulse Oximetry

    It helps doctors learn about oxygen levels in your blood.

  4. Lung Function Tests

    These tests help the doctor learn how well you are breathing. It includes a spirometry test, which reveals how well your lungs function, how much air you breathe, how much you exhale, and how fast you exhale. In asthma patients, spirometry estimates the narrowing of your bronchial tubes. There is also a peak flow test, where the peak flow meter measures how hard you exhale. Less than normal peak flow readings indicate that your lungs might not be functioning properly and your asthma might aggravate.

  5. Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing

    This test indicates the volume of inhaled oxygen and exhaled carbon dioxide while doing workouts in the gymnasium.

  6. Methacholine Challenge

    One of the known asthma triggers is methacholine. When inhaled, it makes your airways narrow. If you react to methacholine, you might have asthma.

  7. Nitric Oxide Test

    It helps measure the quantity of nitric oxide gas in your breath. Inflamed airways might have higher than normal levels of nitric oxide which is a sign of asthma.

  8. Sputum Eosinophils

    This test checks for white blood cells – eosinophils in the sample of your sputum when you get troubled due to coughing. Eosinophils are present when respiratory discomforts develop.



How does Health Total’s Homeopathic Approach to Treating Breathing Difficulties and Asthma Work?

Health Total specializes in treating a variety of health conditions naturally with homeopathy, including breathing difficulties and asthma. We excel in offering homeopathy for breathlessness and asthma that reduces the frequency, duration, and intensity of your breathlessness and asthma attacks and improve your relief naturally. Whether you are suffering from breathing difficulty due to any health condition or chronic asthma, our homeopathic experts have the best treatment for improving your lung and respiratory health.

Our certified homeopaths believe in following a holistic approach by considering your symptoms of asthma and breathing difficulties along with your physical and psychological generals, medical history, family’s medical history, underlying health conditions if any, current medications if any, and other factors and create a customised treatment with homeopathy for asthma. So, you enjoy incredible, long-lasting relief and an asthma-attack-free (remission) phase for a long period.

We also work to identify your asthma triggers and help you avoid them to prevent asthma attacks and episodes of breathing difficulties. Our talented homeopaths focus on identifying and treating the root cause of your asthma and breathing issues. So, you heal naturally from within and enjoy lasting relief. Initially, you may take our homeopathy treatment for asthma along with conventional medicines. With Health Total’s regular homeopathy for asthma, you may experience a reduced need for conventional treatment, such as bronchodilators, antibiotics, inhalers, and steroid medications, and, eventually, may even not need them.

Moreover, Health Total’s treatment with homeopathy in asthma is completely safe and reliable; it does not cause any side effects. All our homeopathic medicines are prepared from natural sources, such as minerals, parts of plants, herbs, salt, and others, and provided to you in small doses. So, you receive the best natural treatment with our homeopathy for breathlessness and experience smooth, side-effect-free recovery. Besides this, our homeopathy for asthma does not cause drug dependency.


What are the Benefits of Health Total’s Homeopathy for Breathing Difficulties and Asthma?

Health Total’s customised homeopathy treatment for asthma and breathing difficulties comes with several benefits such as:

  1. Our homeopathic for asthma reduce the frequency, duration, and intensity of asthma attacks, improve your lung health, and helps you enjoy immense relief over time naturally.
  2. Our homeopathy for breathlessness addresses and treats the root cause and underlying health conditions, such as allergic response or hypersensitivity of the immune system, and helps promote self-healing at a deep level from within.
  3. You enjoy long-lasting relief from asthma attacks. Over time, you may experience complete relief.
  4. Homeopathy improves your immunity while you recover from asthma and breathing difficulties.
  5. Our homeopathy treatment for wheezing and asthma is completely safe and does not make you suffer from any side effects.
  6. Individuals of various age groups, ranging from kids to the elderly, can go for homeopathy treatment for asthma without any concerns.
  7. It does not cause any drug dependency.

On top of that, Health Total has expertise in following an integrated treatment approach involving a unique, effective combination of homeopathy, diet, and Ayurvedic solutions that not just treats your breathing difficulties and asthma but also boosts your immunity, manages your weight, meet your nutritional deficiencies, and improves your overall health. Our health experts also follow a scientific four-step process involving detoxification, rejuvenation, nourishing your body, and offering you sustainable relief from asthma and breathlessness. So, waste no time, get in touch with us, and start with our integrated treatment to obtain relief from your breathing issues and asthma. Take a step forward to enjoy an improved quality of life and health naturally and safely with our personalized homeopathy for asthma.

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