Decaffeinated green tea is considered good. you should avoid tea, coffee...especially if you are having tremors due to inhaler use. Caffeine is known to speed up your heart rate there for putting undue stress on your breathing. A cup of hot lemonade...just like tea, without the tea also helps by opening the airways and the nasal passages.
Yes, thank you. I have been sick with first the flu,then bronchitis,and asthma related upper respiratory symptoms,,,and the last week I have had a sore throat with blotches on my tongue and throat.I have had a terrible hacking cough, sweats, and diarrhea off and on. My appetite is almost nothing, and the last 2 days I have had spontaneous diarrhea that I have no control over.I am on my 2nd course of zithromax 250mg x 10 days,using inhalers, a 5 day dose of prednisone 20mg, and using otc day/night medicine for the specific symptoms.I do have an Interstim inplant (for bladder control), and I don t feel that I am getting rid of as much fluid as I normally would.I drink 6-8 bottles of water and/or green tea with ginseng daily. I am past the point of just feeling terrrible,but I feel there might be something more serious going on.
I had an asthma attack today... Tried to control my systems by using my enhauler and drinking water placing my head down... I drank hot tea tonight feel my lungs are sour and hurts to breath in... I kept my self from going to the ER for breathing treatments... What else can I not to trigger another attack or getting worse?