Asthma is a chronic lung disease that causes inflammation and narrowing of
the bronchial tubes. Very common symptoms of asthma are shortness of breath,
hearing a wheezing or whistling sound in the chest, or cough for a long time.
Asthma is a genetic disease that runs from one generation to another
You can live healthy and active life with the help of natural treatment for asthma
Natural Treatment for Asthma
Drink plenty of water and useful liquids for pacification of accumulated toxins.
Don’t suppress natural urges like urination, thirst, and cough.
Take sun bath for 10 minutes daily.
If a person suffered from continuous cough, make a paste of rock salt and old ghee or mustard oil and rub it on the chest for some time or massage Saindhavaadi Oil on a regular basis on the chest.
While resting, place a hot towel over the chest, this helps to relax the muscles and restores normal breathing.
Maintain optimal humidity.
Lose excess weight to manage asthma, as obese persons are more prone to asthma
Do morning walk and some light exercises for getting fresh air.
Take bath with lukewarm water.
Steam bath for improvement of blood circulation.
Taking a cup of fresh wheat grass juice, it gives Vitamin A, B-12, E.
Yoga for Asthma Treatment
Yoga improves the strength, flexibility, and capacity of the lungs that are necessary components of overall fitness. It has been shown in clinical trials with asthmatic patients, that yoga therapy improves lung functions and reduces the frequency of exacerbations. Yoga is taught along with the Pranayama, which emphasizes the awareness and control of breath. Pranayama develops respiratory capacity by moving and strengthening the diaphragm, increasing the flexibility of lung tissue, pleura, trachea and lung air capacity.
Meditation—Deep breathing exercises
Perform Nadishodhan pranayama, Deep breath
Yoga asana for Asthma