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Asthma is a very common problem affecting millions of people in our country both adults and children. It is important to have some basic knowledge of the problem. Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease—sometimes worrisome and inconvenient—but a manageable condition.


Asthma is a condition in which airways of lungs become narrow and swell and produce extra mucus. Asthma causes a variety of symptoms that can worsen at any time, making breathing difficult and trigger coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. It causes repeated episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and nighttime or early morning coughing.



The three features of Asthma

Airways Obstruction: During normal breathing, the bands of muscle that surround the airways are relaxed, and air moves freely. But in people with asthma, allergy-causing substances and environmental triggers make the bands of muscle surrounding the airways tighten, and air cannot move freely. Less air causes a person to feel short of breath, and the air moving through the tightened airways causes a whistling sound known as wheezing.

Inflammation: People with asthma have red and swollen bronchial tubes. This inflammation is thought to contribute greatly to the long-term damage that asthma can cause to the lungs. And, therefore, treating this inflammation is key to managing asthma in the long run.

Airways Irritability: The airways of people with asthma are extremely sensitive. The airways tend to overreact and narrow due to even the slightest triggers such as pollen, animal dander, dust, or fumes.


Earlier Warnings of Asthma

Early warning signs are experienced before the start of an asthma episode. By recognizing these clues that occur before actual asthma symptoms, early treatment can be started. These signs are unique to each person. Early warning signs may be the same, similar or entirely different with each episode. Some early warning signs may be noticed only by the individual, while other early warning signs are more likely to be noticed by other persons. Some examples of early warning signs are:


Breathing Changes


  • Sneezing
  • Moodiness
  • Headache
  • Runny/stuffy nose
  • Coughing
  • Chin or throat itches
  • Feeling tired
  • Dark circles under eyes
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Poor tolerance for exercise



Asthma symptoms indicate that an asthma episode is occurring. Examples of asthma symptoms include:


  • Wheezing
  • Coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Tightness in the chest



Although the actual cause of asthma is not known, many studies have shown that several factors can lead to the development of asthma. These factors include a person's genetics, development and growth of the lungs and immune system, various infections and exposures in the environment.


  • Asthma is inherited

  • A variety of allergens can make asthma symptoms worse. Common allergens include animal dander, saliva and urine from feathered or furry animals, dust mites (a major component of house dust in humid climates), cockroaches, indoor and outdoor molds, pollens, foods and chemicals. If you are allergic to any of those substances, making changes in your environment to control or avoid contact with the allergen is very important.

  • Infections can also make asthma worse. Common cold viruses, respiratory infections, sinusitis and influenza frequently cause an increase of asthma symptoms.

  • Emotions do not cause asthma, but can make asthma worse. Strong feelings can lead to changes in breathing patterns. Some women with asthma have increased symptoms at a particular time during their menstrual cycle, such as pre-menstruation, or during pregnancy. Gastro esophageal reflux, or GER, occurs when the acidic contents of the stomach flow back up into the esophagus. This stimulates a reflex that may cause asthma to worsen. Symptoms of heartburn and breathing difficulty at night can indicate GER.

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Treatment at SSOHM

Homeopathy has been from time immemorial helping people with Asthma. Many of them have been cured and many of them have been able to control their asthma. Most of children who seek for homeopathic help in Asthma have been cured.

At SSOHM we provide treatment for this disease with herbal and homeopathic medicines. The homoeopathy medicines cure the disease from root and hence minimize the chances of its reoccurrence.

Dr. R.K Aggarwal has been successfully treating patients suffering with asthma for the last several years. This is done with the unique combinations of homeopathic and herbal medicines which Dr. Aggarwal has developed with his past 31 years of experience treating patients.


The treatment is 100% safe with no side effect



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