If a person is suffering from chest tightness, wheezing, attacks of a cough and especially breathing, then they are suffering from Asthma. Asthma is a condition in which the airways (that carry air in and out of your lungs) becomes swell, narrow and produces extra mucus. This condition unable the person to breath properly. Shortness of breathing is caused which eventually triggers coughing, wheezing, etc. The inflammation of airways also causes the mucous lining of the airways to make extra mucus which causes a cough and further irritation of the airways.
Based on the severity and duration of the symptoms asthma is classified into categories:
- Mild Persistent
If a person is suffering from any allergy then he/she is referred to a topic asthma and the person is called as a topic individual and it is the most common type of childhood asthma. On the other hand, people who are suffering from the chronic exposure to chemical fumes or allergens in the workplace is called as Occupational asthma. This can be caused by any stage of life and it has become quite common in children. Approx. 10- 15% of children and 5 to 10% of adults have asthma. It may occur due to genetic factors as well.
Symptoms of Asthma
There are a number of symptoms of Asthma that ranges from mild to severe and very time to time. Asthma may last for an hour, a week or a month if not treated well. There are mild to severe attacks that vary from person to person and time to time. Asthmatic patients usually experience the attack during early morning or late night. Some of the common symptoms that cause to every asthmatic patient are:
- A cough 2) Wheeze 3) Breathlessness 4) Tightness in the Chest
The disease may get exposure to diverse factors due to which it triggers an acute attack of asthma. If a person avoids or treats the factors that trigger frequency of attack then it can easily control asthma. Some of the factors that may trigger asthma symptoms include the following:
- Infections due to a common cough and cold
- Exercise in irregular basis may also trigger asthma
- People who are allergic to pollen may cause a problem as inhalation of pollen triggers an immune reaction which leads to inflammation of airways and causes asthma
- Emotional trauma or stress can also be the reason of asthma attack
- Smoking and inhalation of dust, fumes like paint, petrol etc also triggers asthma
- People who are allergic to animals because of their hairs may also become the cause of an asthma attack
- If the person is allergic to house dust mite (a tiny creature which lives in mattresses, pillows, soft toys and other fabrics on bed and sofas in your home), it may make asthma symptoms worse or trigger an attack of asthma
Homeopathy Treatment for Asthma in Gurgaon
Homeopathy is one of the most reliable, harmless and relieving methods to treat the problem of asthma. The treatment begins with the diagnoses which comprise of a number of examination and study of health history. The homeopathic treatment of asthma varies with age of people, duration, type of asthma, its severity of attacks, medication is taken in past, genetic or not, seasonal variations and last but not the least factors that are triggering asthma. The homeopathic doctors treat the problem of asthma on the basis of their complications, etc. So, one must get in touch with the experienced doctors of Asthma at Dr. Upadhyaya’s Homeopathic Clinic to get the problem diagnosed first and start taking treatment from them. The doctors ensure to treat the disease from its root cause. Contact Dr. R C Upadhyay's Homeopathy Clinic for Asthma related Homeopathic Treatment in DLF Phase 2,4,5, Sushant Lok, Near Huda City Metro Station, Golf Course Road Gurgaon.