Experts tips to deal with Asthma


When you have something pointed, such as the common cold, the flu, a bug bite or poison ivy, it can be irritating and you may feel dreadful. However, you know that it will ultimately pass and you'll feel better. But when you have a chronic condition like asthma, chances are it's not ever going away. And that can be dangerous to take. But, you can adapt, take charge of managing your asthma and still live a high quality of life by following these tips:

Eat ginger
Ginger is full of anti-inflammatory compounds and is thus a powerful anti-asthma herb. It helps reduce the airway inflammation and is thus therapeutic in the treatment of asthma. Ginger has no side effects, and you can use it liberally to cook your food. However, do not replace your asthma medicines with ginger; just add it to your diet.

Low-salt diet
A low-salt diet can improve your lung function and decrease the symptoms of asthma. A good way to reduce salt intake in your diet is to cut down on processed and refined foods and eat plenty of fresh vegetables.

Eat magnesium-rich foods
Magnesium helps the smooth muscles of the lungs relax and not constrict. So ensure that you get enough magnesium in your diet. Brazil nut, cashews, bananas, kidney beans and bananas are some of the best sources of magnesium.

All-around healthy lifestyle

 Whether you have chronic health issues or not, you will always benefit from making healthy living choices. Making these changes isn't always easy, but the benefits are great. If you smoke, stop, and if family members smoke, then support them in making the choice to stop as well. You will all benefit.

Learn about Meditation

Follow a strict schedule for your meditations. Consistency is a big key to effectiveness. Keep notes on how you feel before and after you take your meditations and discuss your observations with your doctor on each visit, so that your care plan can be tweaked and adjusted as needed.

Don’t eat raw foods
Cut down on raw foods like apple or lettuce as they may trigger asthma. Cooking foods can help reduce the risk of developing allergy symptoms. So it would be a good idea to cut down on salads and switch to baked apples from raw ones.

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