Breathing problems can occur at any time, at any place, to almost anyone. While causing definite unease, breathing problems might often come with chest pain, coughing or other difficulties. Depending on the reason and severity behind the breathing problems cold, asthma, pneumonia there are many methods of treatment and most commonly, a variety of home remedies.
These allergies affect the bronchial and respiratory systems. Rather than causing hives or itchy, red skin, allergies that affect breathing cause the throat to swell, constricting the airway and making it difficult to inhale.
Symptoms of Breathing Problem: - The following symptoms are often associated with difficulty breathing:
• Bluish lips, fingers, and fingernails • Chest moving in an unusual way as the person breathes (may indicate an airway or chest injury) • Chest pain (could be a heart attack or injury; sharp chest pain could be pulmonary embolism or collapsed lung) • Confusion, light-headedness, weakness, or sleepiness • Cough (if the person also has phlegm/sputum, this may be pneumonia; a barking cough in a child is croup) • Fever • Gurgling, wheezing, or whistling sounds • Using chest and neck muscles to breathe
Causes of Breathing Problem: - Difficulty breathing has many potential causes. Some of the most common are:
• Collapsed lung, which can happen if you have emphysema or asthma, but may also happen spontaneously in young, healthy people • Heart attack • Heart disease, asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, or heart failure • High altitudes, which can be a problem even in young people • Injury to the neck, chest wall, or lungs • Life-threatening allergic reaction • Sudden illness or infections like pneumonia, acute bronchitis, whooping cough, croup,
There are many natural home remedies that help ease breathing problems, no matter what the cause is. Including onion and garlic in your diet as often as possible is an effective and easy way to cure most breathing problems.
• Garlic: Take 10 cloves and boil in 30ml milk. This is for the patient suffering from early stage of asthma. You can drink hot ginger tea which has 2 cloves minced in morning as well as evening. • Lemon: Dilute the juice of 1 lemon in 1 glass water. Drink during meals. Lemon kills the germs, which are present in the mucus underlining the air vessels. It works as an antiseptic. • Diet: It must include fresh fruits, grains, green vegetables, seeds and sprouts. You should avoid rice, lentils, curd, sugar, fried foods, coffee, tea, sauces, alcoholic beverages, processed foods and condiments pickles. • Honey: Sip hot water mix with one teaspoon honey before going to bed. It effectively reduces the accumulated mucous linings. • Ginger: Make an expectorant by mixing 1 teaspoon ginger juice, 1 cup decoction of fenugreek and honey as per your taste. You can also make by mixing 1 tablespoon fenugreek seeds in 1 cup water. Drink twice a day. • Figs: Soak 3-4 dry figs after cleaning properly in warm water overnight. Figs play a pivotal role in reducing the various symptoms of asthma attacks. It also helps in curing the different symptoms associated with asthma.
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