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Is there a permanent remedy of asthma?

Hi doctor, one of my family member had suffered from tuberculosis two years back and used the the tablets as prescribed by a doctor and it is cured now, but there is some problem like asthma /brochitis which is there always and the doctor gives the course for years and months ,is there no permanaent remedy for this do we need to take the pills every time
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Hi dear,

The Tuberculosis is absolutely curable if the treatment is taken regularly and completely as prescribed by the treating doctor. You have already said that it's cured. Regarding Asthma, it is not a curable disease, though, it is a preventable disease, that is, its progression can be halted on a regular treatment. Moreover, deep breathing exercises like pranayam are known to have beneficial effect in asthma. Avoid cold and dust including household dust and pet animals to avoid asthma attacks.

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