Introduction:I was diagnosed with asthma several years ago. It didn't bother me too much at first, but as I age, I find that I have more difficulties with it. Here are some of the best ways to avoid an asthma attack.
If you can identify what triggers an asthma attack, you can do your best to avoid the trigger. Common triggers are heavy perfume, dust mites, animal dander, and cigarette smoke. Once identified, avoid the triggers when at all possible.
Some people learn this lesson by not taking their medicine for a few days or a week. Then symptoms start appearing. If you have a prescription medication that the doctor prescribed for you to take daily, take it.
Your inhaler is prescribed to get you out of trouble once you have been introduced to a trigger. It gives instant relief by opening the airways of the lungs. For acute attacks, go immediately to the emergency room.
Two cups a day of very strong black tea brewed with three tea bags each will open up airways naturally. Tea contains aminophylline, which acts as a mild muscle relaxant and helps to open up the airways to the lungs.
Doing breathing exercises helps keep lungs healthy and also improves your lung's health. Breathe in slowly for a count of ten and exhale slowly. Breathe normal for a few minutes and then reapeat exercise three times. This exercise can be done several times a day.
Always consult your doctor if you symptoms get worse. Asthma is a serious health conditon and should be monitored throughout the year.
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