What happens when a normal person without asthma breathes? With every breath a person takes, the air goes through the nose then in the throat and finally to the lungs. There are lots of small air passages in the lungs which help deliver oxygen from air to the bloodstream. In an asthmatic patient, the lining of the air passages swell and the muscles around them tightens.There is lot of production of mucus reducing the capacity of air to pass through them.This brings on the tightness in the chest and coughing – typical symptoms of asthma.
The death and disability from asthma is observed more in children from the age group 2-14.Homeopathy treatment can manage the acute and chronic symptoms of asthma like difficulties in breathing, cough, fever most effectively and more safely. In this first session of webinar by Dr. Jawahar Shah, you will become familiar with the homeopathic remedies for asthma.You will learn to look out for the characteristic symptoms of asthma, helping you to narrow down the homeopathic prescription from thousands to few remedies.
Dr. Shah has cured many asthmatic patients purely with Classical Homoeopathic approach in the last 38 years of his practice.
- Astonishing facts about asthma
- What is asthma
- What happens in bronchial asthma
- Symptoms of asthma
- Triggers of asthma
- Asthma and The Miasmatic Perspective