Dealing with Asthma Worsened by Air-Borne Contamination


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Friends, air pollution affects everyone.

This is even of more of a consequence when it involves asthma patients.

Considering that the average adult breathes over 3,000 gallons of air every day, and furthermore, children breathe even more air per pound of body weight and are more susceptible to air pollution, adequate measures need to be taken to alleviate problems related to asthma worsened by air-borne contamination.

Some steps that parent could take to strengthen an already vulnerable respiratory tract may include trying to:

1. Avoid excessive temperature changes.

2. Ensure dust mites are reduced as much as possible in your home

3. Use a humidifier in the cold seasons.

4. Keep fresh air circulating as much as possible in the home.

Also, it is safe to say that subsisting on a healthy diet comprise primarily of fruits, leafy and root vegetables (intermingled with an occasional fast) will also help immensely to strengthen the immune system of persons susceptible to air-borne contamination as this simple discipline has the tendency to reduce the aggravation of mucus production, owing to the mucus-free or mucus poor nature of such a diet.

With, these tips hereby presented, it is my true hope that you will find success in curbing the effects of air-borne contamination on asthma symptoms as related to you, your loved ones or any other applicable persons you may be associated with.

I am quick to add that is they have worked for me thus far, the chances are they could work for you.

To freer breathing


Foras Aje is an independent researcher and co-founder of BodyHealthSoul LLC. Stop by His Natural Asthma Treatment Blog today for more information on asthma aggravated by air pollution

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