In this age of pollution, Asthma is a common problem. It is an ongoing, chronic, inflammation illness of the airways. Variable and reoccurring symptoms are its defining traits. It may run in the family. The airways become constricted and spasm due to inflammation, which periodically causes them to enlarge.
As a result, people with asthma typically have more trouble breathing, most often at night and in the early morning. Asthma symptoms include regular coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and wheezing. Several medical tests are available to determine whether a person has asthma or not.
Cause and Treatment of Asthma:
Although there are various causes of asthma, the two main causes are genetic conditions and environmental issues or pollution. However, by making a few minor adjustments to your daily routine and using ayurvedic medicine for asthma, you can easily resolve this problem in a preliminary phase and lead a happy, healthy life. The additional causes are as follows:
• Asthma symptoms and indications can be brought on by exposure to numerous allergens and irritants.
• Air pollution is the greatest cause of Asthma. Dust and smoke both contribute to lung illness.
• Lung infection in infancy and early childhood or a genetic respiratory issue are important causes of asthma.
In Himachal Pradesh, ayurvedic physicians have broken the asthma treatment process into two distinct steps.
• Detoxification therapy.
• Internal and external Ayurveda medicine for asthma.
Your lungs will be cleaned, the poisons removed, and the infection and edema treated. As a result of the problems of asthma, our body produces mucus erratically. As a result, Ayurveda doctors remove the built-up mucus (cough) from the body during the ayurvedic therapy for asthma, preventing infection, reducing additional mucus/cough formation, and boosting your immune system.
What are the Symptoms of Asthma?
Asthma symptoms are related to breathing difficulty and pain. Some of the common symptoms which you will notice are –
• Coughing often, especially at night
• smooth breathlessness or shortness of breath
• when exercising, feeling extremely worn out or weak
• coughing or following wheezing exercise
• Being worn out, easily agitated, irritated, or depressed
• Lung function varies or declines as detected by a peak flow meter
• Having trouble breathing
• chest constriction
Panchkarma is a very effective and the best solution for ASTHMA.
Asthma is a disease of the human respiratory system in which the airways narrow, often in response to a trigger such as exposure to an allergen, cold air, excessive exercise, or emotional stress. This narrowing causes symptoms such as wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, and coughing.
In ayurvedic terms, Asthma is a vat kaphja disease. There are effective herbal medicines and Panchkarma therapies to treat asthma in Ayurveda. It helps in balancing this dosha and improving the respiratory system. PanchKarma treatment removes all harmful toxins that are the roots of disease and improves lung health.
Our Panchakarma treatment for asthma works faster when combined with an ayurvedic diet. It improves overall lung health and respiratory system and repairs damage. Ayurveda regards Asthma as a disorder caused by impaired digestion. A malfunctioning digestive process causes hypersensitivity to certain substances, such as dust and pollen that trigger asthma attacks. Deposits of ama (mucus) in the lungs and respiratory tract create obstruction in breathing and cause wheezing or coughing.
We at Ketav’s Ayush Health Paradise Provides very effective and best Ayurvedic treatment for Asthma. The treatment protocol includes focusing on restoring digestion with herbal preparations and the right diet and lifestyle changes. The medicines primarily work on pacifying doshas and Panchkarma therapies work on cleansing toxins from the body. In addition, specific herbal combinations are also supplemented to boost the body’s immunity. Panchkarma therapies also help in restoring and strengthening the whole respiratory tract. Classical herbal kashyas (decoctions) and medicines help in the dilatation of bronchioles and strengthening the intercostals muscles and increasing the lung capacity. A well planned systemic approach to treating asthma through Panchkarma treatments gives a long-term cure for this disease.