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    NETI INHALER Sinus & Lung Relief. HIMALAYAN SALT AIR! Respiratory Wellness. Clearing, Healing Ions Aromatherapy. Handy Portable. Healing Botanicals Colds Asthma Cough Ion therapy 100% Natural
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    • Salt air has healing, antibacterial, antimicrobial and antifungal qualities. Helps relieve symptoms of asthma, respiratory inflammations, colds, bronchitis, coughs and allergies. May also be used as a preventative to aid in keeping lungs clear and healthy. Recap tightly and inhaler will last for years with daily use.
    • Contains pure Himalayan Pink Salt, Essential Oils of Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Tea Tree. Inhale Deeply.
    • Simply inhale deeply through your nose or mouth. A natural expectorant. It is normal for some coughing to occur as the salt air breaks up mucus. Many people want a drug-free alternative for their respiratory problems. Known for many decades as a natural treatment in Asia and Europe.
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Breathing method promises to treat chronic diseases

Buteyko practitioner Jac Vidgen, who has been teaching the method in the Philippines for 17 years, claimed that it has helped thousands of Filipinos find current relief from asthma, allergies, sleep apnea, anxiety disorders, hay fever, coughing and

St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital Offers Bronchial Thermoplasty Treating Severe ...

Living dull with the inhibiting disease and after being hospitalized at St. Luke's last year with twofold pneumonia and asthma exacerbations, Pakebusch thought there would be no relief from his constant battle when his pulmonologist,

Woman coughed out a lung, new case study says

Two days of box pain drove a 40-year-old woman to Good Faith Hospital in Birmingham, United Kingdom, for relief. The woman had asthma, and had been coughing specifically hard for two weeks. When examining her, doctors noticed some cracking,

HEALTH: Warm weather, strong winds create a 'perfect allergy storm'

Weekend winds of up to 70 mph have brought bleary eyes, sniffling noses and cries for allergic relief. "The patronage is full of patients," said Dr. Jacob Offenberger of the Allergy and Asthma Start of the Valley, with offices in Studio City,

what food is used in different countries to relief asthma syptoms?

different people of different countries can tell their experiences or share knowledge to help others who are experience same things like severe seasonal allergies and bronchitis leading to asthma.

thanks


I am from here but I use coffee-the caffeine in coffee opens/dilates my lungs, however if you have chest tightness due to anxiety and not asthma I don't recommend it. For allergies tomato juice helps suppress histamine but not so much that you should

Asthma sufferers, what do you find gives you the greatest relief from asthma discomfort?

I have the type of asthma that feels like chest pressure. I use two different kinds of inhalers, albuterol and advair. They take care of the wheezing but the feeling of "weight" remains. Doc says I just need to take vicodin but I am not too


I suffered from asthma pretty badly as a child but it's now under control. I learned techniques of diaphragm breathing during attacks and if done properly you can alleviate your symptoms, even without medication. I am not sure how to properly explain


Try aciphex, it helps with the pressure feeling.


I suffered from asthma pretty badly as a child but it's now under control. I learned techniques of diaphragm breathing during attacks and if done properly you can alleviate your symptoms, even without medication. I am not sure how to properly explain