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|Tips to Reduce Asthma Symptoms
Use air filters to help clean air in your home.
Cover mattresses and pillows with dust covers and use hypoallergenic bed clothing to reduce exposure to dust mites.
Include foods with omega-3 fatty acids in the diet-such as fish or fish oil.
Supplement with vitamin C, which helps reduce allergic reactions and wheezing symptoms.
Get regular chiropractic care.
In the United States, about 20 million
people have been diagnosed with asthma; nearly 9 million of them are children.
The most common treatment for Asthma has been the use of corticosteriod
A new study found that breathing techniques can cut the use of asthma reliever inhalers by more than 80% and halve the dose of preventer inhaler required in mild asthma, research finds.
The new study, published in the journal Thorax, compared the impact of two breathing techniques on symptoms, lung function, use of medication and quality of life among 57 adults with mild asthma.
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