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Holistic Treatment for Asthma and Sinusitis by Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 15 Mar 2010 8:21am My five year old has been getting sniffies and a phlegmy cough lately and it’s worrying me. After a visit to the doctor, I was told that he might have an asthmatic condition which led me to start reading more about holistic treatment for asthma and sinusitis . It is pretty normal that people with asthma tend to experience sinus infection at one ... Read on »
Treatments for Asthma by Better Health Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Asthma: Anti-inflammatory agents Avoid animal dander Avoid animals Avoid cigarette smoke Avoid cockroaches Avoid cold air Avoid dust mites Avoid fire smoke Avoid flu Avoid indoor mold Avoid outdoor mold Avoid pollen Avoid strong odors ... Read on »
Exhaled Nitric Oxide and its role in the treatment of Asthma - Part IV by swanlogan Posted Wed 16 Dec 2009 3:41am In the fourth part of the ongoing series, we discuss the findings from the reputed American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine An excerpt from AmericanJournal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine in a study by Marie¨lle W. Pijnenburg, E. Marije Bakker, Wim C. Hop, and Johan C. De Jongste details the Titrating Steroids on Ex ... Read on »
Exhaled Nitric Oxide and its role in the treatment of Asthma Part I by swanlogan Posted Wed 10 Mar 2010 3:07am In medicine, exhaled nitric oxide (eNO) can be measured in a breath test for asthma which is characterized by airway inflammation. Nitric oxide (NO) is a gaseous molecule produced by certain cell types in an inflammatory response. Exhaled NO (also referred to as FENO) is a promising biomarker as a guide to therapy in adults and children with asth ... Read on »
Treatment of Asthma in Children 5-12 by TeamAsthma .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: When young children with asthma begin to step out into the world, the things that trigger breathing problems often change. Very young children usually have asthma attacks set off by viral infections. For older children, triggers often shift, to allergies. JAMES KEMP, MD: This older child now has been around animals, has been around ou ... Read on »
Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method: An Untested Treatment For Asthma by animekid Posted Sun 28 Nov 2010 12:00am A Facebook friend sent me a question the other day about something called the Hydrogen Peroxide Inhalation Method. Until my friend asked me about this, I had never heard of it, so I thought that I would give everyone a bit of info about this method so ... Read on »
Key Points from the National Heart, Lung, Blood Institute's Expert Panel Report 2007 for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Asthma by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Tue 23 Feb 2010 12:00am 1.  Confirm the diagnosis of asthma 2.  Assess control and severity of asthma 3. Measure lung function with spirometry 4.  Prescribe asthma medications based on the NHLBI's (latest) 2007 guidelines 5. Provide a symptom-based and/or peak flow-based written asthma action plan 6. Ensure adhere to the maintenance plan 7. Reassess ... Read on »
Allergic Asthma Treatment: Defining Allergic Asthma by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 31 Jan 2012 6:37am Asthma is a chronic condition characterized mainly by shortness of breath. This is due to a variety of factors that include narrowing or inflammation of the airways, and accumulation of mucus. Asthma can be developed through different factors, some of which are: exposure to environments that cause respiratory infections, and it can be inhe ... Read on »
Alternative Asthma Treatment: The Power Of Herbal Medicine Against Asthma by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Oct 2010 1:18am Asthma is a long-lasting disease. Everybody knows it, or at least is aware of it. It happens to anyone. It doesnt pick a gender or an age bracket. Asthma attacks happen when the airways constrict due to swelling. This leads to the reduction of the amount of air that passes through. When the airways are narrowed, w ... Read on »
Alternative Asthma Treatment: The Power Of Herbal Medicine Against Asthma by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 4:18am Asthma is a long-lasting disease. Everybody knows it, or at least is aware of it. It happens to anyone. It doesnt pick a gender or an age bracket. attacks happen when the airways constrict due to swelling. This leads to the reduction of the amount of air that passes through. When the airways are narrowed, wheezing may be heard. When they ... Read on »