Acupuncture for Asthma
This ancient and traditional Chinese treatment can help those who suffer from asthma by relieving their symptoms such as wheezing, and difficulty breathing. It is believed that the chi (energy) that runs through our bodies give us optimum health when balanced properly. An acupuncturist will aim to realign the chi to relieve pain or disorders. It involves the use of tiny metallic needles being inserted into the skin and then being manually moved or electronically manipulated.
Diet for Asthma
This is an important part of keeping healthy, but it can also impact your asthma as well as certain foods may trigger asthma symptoms, while other can help them. You should try to include foods like high folate foods such as leafy greens and beans, vitamin C foods like citrus fruits and berries, vitamin E foods like seeds, high-magnesium foods like cocoa and greens, probiotic foods like whole grains, and omega-3 foods like cold water fish. Avoid foods that have trans fats, processed and high sugar foods, common food allergens, preservatives and colouring, and hormone treated animal products.
Essential Oils for Asthma
These can help manage the symptoms of asthma and can be used in the form of a homemade vapour rub or steam. Eucalyptus and peppermint oil will help to open airways while frankincense will lower inflammation.
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