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Suffer from chronic asthama, practice yoga, still need to use inhalers. Any permanent relief ?

I have chronic asthama since last 30 years I always do asana - sirsasana. matyasana, vajrasana , sarvangasana, halasana. padmasana, bhastrika ,uttapadasana & paschimottasana etc every day in the morning for 45 minities. But have to take Budetrol inhaler twice a day. sometimes to take Romilast b 10 half in the night to prevent ashthama. Plase advice me to relieve from this disease.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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Jun 2015
Hello dear...
The medicines prescribed by your Doctor are correct.
Asthma is caused due to broncho-constriction (obstruction of smaller airway passages) which is indicative of Hyper-responsiveness of air passages to an allergen.
Budetrol will provide symptomatic relief by reducing the inflammation & causing broncho-dilation (dilating the smaller airway passages, relieving the obstruction & increasing airflow to lungs)
Romilast is Montelukast, which is used as a maintenance therapy to relieve symptoms of seasonal allergies & asthma by reducing broncho-constriction.
So...please continue the medicines as advised.
And make sure that you are well protected from cold, dust & other allergens.
Other than that eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, avoid stress, get good sleep, think positive and stay happy.
Wishing you good health.
Thanks & take care.
Answered: Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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