Treatment of bronchial asthma: Algorithm of healing.
The immediate cause of bronchial asthma is bronchospasm, which prevents normal breathing and, as a result, an attack occurs.
Since the time of Hippocrates, asthma has been inhaled with the smoke of Datura grass, which produced a quick local effect, expanding the bronchi.
Datura, mixed with bleached and sodium nitrate, is part of the asthmatin mixture and is available in the form of cigarettes. This is how inhaled bronchodilator drugs work today.
Until recently, mild forms of asthma were treated with the use of aerosols of short-acting non-hormonal drugs (salbutamol, berotek, and others).
However, recent studies have shown that if a patient uses more than one can of such a drug per month for a long time, then the risk of dangerous complications in the long term increases significantly.
To reduce this probability, the issue of prescribing hormonal drugs in small doses, even with mild manifestations of the disease, is now being considered.
Prescribing hormones that directly affect many of the body’s vital functions is a very disturbing and dangerous trend.It should be noted that the “standard treatment of asthma” is often limited to the relief of attacks. And the fact that in a number of cases asthma can be completely eliminated is not always taken into account by medicine.
Types of asthma
Atopic bronchial asthma occurs as a reaction of the body to allergens: dust, pollen, mold spores, animal hair and others. In some cases, asthma is caused by food allergens.
Asthma can also be triggered by certain medications. More often, this variant of the pathology is caused by salicylates (aspirin), other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, so this type of asthma is often called medicinal, or aspirin.
If you manage to cope with allergies, then such asthma is completely curable.
Infectious-allergic asthma develops against the background of a chronic infection, including the respiratory tract. It can be bronchitis, sinusitis, tonsillitis.
Constant inflammation in the bronchi leads to a violation of their sensitivity and “triggers” the symptoms of asthma. If it is possible to effectively influence the cause of airway inflammation, then there is a real opportunity to cope with asthma itself.
When examining patients with bronchial asthma, it was revealed that more than half of them had so-called psychosomatic diseases (eczema, neurodermatitis, chronic colitis, hypertension, allergies).
In early childhood, certain relationships in the family were often noted: maternal overprotection, the removal (or absence) of the father, the situation of separation, perceived as a threat to security.
Many patients suffering from bronchial asthma show a special subtlety of perception, emotional vulnerability, which they often try to hide.
An effective method that allows you to simultaneously influence the physical and mental factors in the development of bronchial asthma is homeopathy.
A competent homeopathic prescription is impossible without taking into account the above characteristics of the patient. This is very important in the treatment of bronchial asthma in children.
Homeopathic preparations effectively cope with diseases that act as a background for the development of bronchial asthma – bronchitis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, otitis, other diseases of the upper respiratory tract, various allergies.
The use of homeopathy in most cases allows, if not to refuse completely, then to significantly reduce the dose of hormonal and other potent chemical drugs.
We do not propose to completely abandon the medical treatment of bronchial asthma, however, we believe that other means that can help with this disease are not used enough.
These means include primarily nutrition, breathing techniques, acupuncture, physiotherapy and other restorative techniques.
Bronchial asthma is a chronic disease of the bronchi.
It is accompanied by edema and spasms of the mucous membrane, provokes respiratory disorders and asthma attacks. The disease is recognized as a serious problem of our time.
This is not surprising! Currently, it affects up to 8% of the adult population of the world. About 250,000 patients a year die of bronchial asthma.
Each form of bronchial asthma can have a severe, moderate and mild course, differ not only in such a sign as the frequency of attacks, but also in others.
In addition, bronchial asthma is acutely manifested when the patient comes into contact with smoke (including cigarette smoke) and other potential allergens, during physical exertion, a significant change in temperature indoors or outdoors, and emotional stress. The condition of patients usually improves rapidly after the use of anti-asthma and antihistamines.