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Suffering with breathing difficulty

hellow doctor i m 24yrs old suffering with breathing difficulty since few years earlier i had recurrent watering of nose can homeopathy have for medicine for it
Asked On : Wed, 18 May 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
welcome to the healthcare magic forum,you have atopic type of asthma which is fairly uncommon in this age,are u using any kind of allopathic medications for tghis like asthalin inhalers in puff ?any ways in homeopathy there arev medicines which reduces the intensity of the suffering and improving your immunity for sure.

send me the reports like PFT if you have done at
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Homeopath Dr. Ajay Agarwal's  Response

please specify what kind of breathing problem u have?

test your blood for hb / esr and total eosinophils count

our medicine have permanent cure of your illness,so u have not need to worry at all
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Homeopath Dr. Swati Ramkumar's  Response
Allergic rhinitis (running nose) or any other upper respiratory infection if not treated suffiicently can lead to asthma. Exposure to allergens like pollens, dust, dust, dander , sudden change of climate etc., might trigger of an attack of asthma. Underlying family history also plays an important part. Hence it is important to get a detailed history in order to know the details of your disease and for selecting the appropriate remedy for you!!
Improving your immunity is the mainstay as you cannot control the air that you breathe in and here homeopathy works by attacking the root cause and making you immune to the allergens.
Currently are you on any kind of medicines for the asthma?

Visit a Homeopath at the earliest as homeopathy has excellent solution for asthma.
1) Practice breathing exercises, which would help in clearing your respiratory passages.
2) In the morning after waking up, refrain from going immediately into the bathroom or coming out of it after a hot shower. stand on the threshold for half a minute. to avoid any sudden change of temperature.
3) Avoid dust accumulation in places your frequent
4) Vacuuming the beds and sofa is advisable, with changing the bedsheets and pillow covers atleast 2 times/week.
5) If you have a pet, do not allow the pet to sleep next to you.

These precautions would help in minimizing the triggers.
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