The prevalence of asthma approximately 8% in adults and 10% in children. This condition is due to inflammation of the air passages in the lungs and affects the sensitivity of the nerve endings in the airways so they become easily irritated. In an attack, the lining of the passages swell causing the airways to narrow and reducing the flow of air in and out of the lungs. Because asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition, it usually requires continuous medical care.
Medication is not the only way to control asthma. It is also important to avoid asthma triggers stimuli that irritate and inflame the airways. Each person must learn what triggers he or she should avoid. Our Anti-asthma programmes designed to combine modern medical treatments with traditional and natural treatments to control your complaints.
- Reducing food allergies,
- Improving gut health,
- Reducing body stress and inflammation level by acupuncture
- Supplementing with vitamin D or getting more naturally from the sun
- Maintaining a healthy weight