Allergies and asthma are two chronic conditions that are often related to each other in a number of different ways. Asthma is a disease of the bronchial tubes that directly carries oxygen into the lungs so you can breathe. Allergic asthma is a type of the condition that is mainly triggered by allergens in the environment.Read More
Even the air passageways of your lungs can be inflamed. A host of different illnesses are due to inflammation in various parts of the body. Asthma for example is inflamed airways that sometimes make it harder to breathe.Read More
If you or someone you love has asthma then you know how difficult it can be to control the symptoms. They can come out of nowhere, triggered by exercise, allergies, or even a friend’s cherished pet cat. Asthma is usually an inherited condition you are born with that causes inflamed airways.Read More
Severe asthma, according to the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America, affects about 24 million Americans. That’s about 1 in 13 people with the disease. Of course, there are different levels of severity with asthma, but acute asthma can take its toll on your life if you suffer the symptoms.Read More
I have COPD and I went to the beach numerous times for 35 minutes to breathe the salt air upon my MD recommendation. At the beach, my oximeter read 88 percent (not good). I went to Salt Suite with speculation. My oximeter registered 88 to 92 per-cent on day (1) one.Read More
Despite being around for over a hundred years, salt therapy is only just beginning to gain traction as an alternative form of medicine. It has many benefits from skincare to reducing allergy flare-ups to treating sleep apnea.
If you’re coughing, then your lungs are trying to eject irritants such as fluid or mucus. When you have asthma, your airways tighten and swell, and may produce too much mucus deep in your lungs. This makes you cough constantly, and typically, that cough is dry, as the mucus or fluids never actually make it out of your lungs.Read More