Asthma Remedies at Home
There are some safe and effective Natural Asthma Remedies at Home that you use to treat your asthma symptoms, and prevent asthma attacks in the future. The first step is to realize what an asthma attack is, how it is affecting your ability to breathe (inhale and exhale,) what causes your bronchial tubes to constrict and what triggers asthma. When you understand what is triggering your asthma symptoms, or at least see what the possibilities for your own home, workplace or environment, then you can take the necessary steps to successfully stop and prevent asthma attacks using natural remedies for asthma.
Using inhalers and prescription medicines only works for so long, and they damage your tissues so eventually it makes it so much worse! It doesn’t do anything to stop an attack, only treat your asthma temporarily. It doesn’t have to be a life sentence, so read on and you’ll discover how you can move past your asthma, like I did myself about 12 years ago, and it has never come back. So, what exactly is an asthma attack?
What is an Asthma Attack?
What is an Asthma Attack? Asthma is a acute (short term) or chronic (long term) inflammatory disease of the bronchial tubes that obstructs and blocks the airway and makes breathing extremely difficult. It is also referred to as bronchial asthma. When it is triggered suddenly it is called an “attack” and it can result in anaphylactic shock (a severe condition requiring emergency medical attention). An allergen or irritant causes your body to create histamines (a immune response) that causes inflammation of your breathing tubes and triggers your body to make excess phlegm or mucus. This makes it like breathing through a small coffee stirrer sized straw. You can’t get enough air.
When you have an asthma attack, it causes wheezing and a sense of panic in individuals who can’t get enough air into their lungs. The breathing passages can spasm and shut 100% causing you to be unable to inhale or exhale. It is a very frightening situation, as I discovered personally. Fortunately, you can prevent future asthma attacks and stop them before they happen in most cases using natural holistic treatments and remedies.
There is a good holistic health reference system to help you desensitize from the allergens that are causing your asthma or allergies, particularly if it is a pet or something you just can’t avoid. It is called NAET. Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques, also known as NAET®, it is a non-invasive, drug free, natural solution to eliminate allergies of all types and intensities using a blend of selective energy balancing, testing and treatment procedures. You can find his groundbreaking book here: NAET – Say Goodbye to Asthma.
What Triggers Asthma?
What Triggers Asthma? Asthma can be triggered by allergies or by exercise (exercise induced asthma), and most commonly where there is a high degree of particulate smog, cigarette smoke, dust, pollen, pet dander (their dead skin cells), exposure to household or environmental chemicals, mold and very commonly taking prescription medicines. Asthma can be caused or triggered by your body fighting off a cold or flu. Or even if you are suffering with an autoimmune condition or have immune system issues. These, along with your asthma symptoms can be helped by the recommendations at the bottom of this article.
Your immune system is already activated against an allergen or a viral infection so it is on high alert. It then causes an overreaction that your body sees as an attack against an incoming invader and attempts to attack it and it causes histamine release, inflammation and swelling of the bronchial tubes. The effects of this histamine release and inflammation is lots of mucus and phlegm rushing to the area. That really just makes the problem worse, and clogs up your breathing tubes so it can cut off your breathing completely! It can be a medical emergency if you’re not prepared.
Symptoms of Asthma Attack
What are the most common Symptoms of Asthma Attack? You can just feel an asthma attack coming on by the tell tale symptoms. Bronchial Asthma symptoms are caused by histamines (or things that cause your body to have an immune response) which causes the bronchial tubes to become inflamed and swollen, limiting the amount of air you can inhale into your lungs. When you panic it makes it even worse. The most common symptoms of an asthma attack are:
- Severe Shortness of Breath
- Wheezing or Coughing
- Difficulty Exhaling or Inhaling
- Tightness in Your Chest
- Chest Pain or Swelling
- Overproduction of Mucus or Phlegm in Your Throat
- Itching Skin Around Your Throat Area
- A Feeling of Sudden Discomfort or Danger
If you feel these asthma symptoms coming on, you better have a way to stop them before they stop you! If you are having an attack, use your prescribed medicine or inhaler immediately or call 911. You’ll discover how to stop this from happening and ditch your inhaler and meds eventually by using natural methods, but while you’re still on them!
How to Stop an Asthma Attack
How to Stop and Asthma Attack. Bronchial asthma can fully block the airways if it gets really bad so it’s necessary to have an inhaler or fast acting asthma control formula with you or within a minutes reach from you. It’s still a good idea to keep a holistic asthma treatment formula on hand to prevent attacks before you go outside on a smoggy day or when you go hiking, swimming or exercising. Swimming in particular irritates the bronchial tubes and induces asthma attacks because of all the chemicals, particularly chlorine in the water.
Swimming the sea is easier for asthmatics if the water is not contaminated by chemical or radiation spills. The best way to stop asthma from attacking your bronchial tubes is to train your body not to react to trigger (often environmental or emotional) histamine creating substance that is causing your body to react negatively to the situation. People who practice meditation and deep breathing or Pranayama have learned how to do this, as you can control your body with enough practice.
If you don’t know how to do this yet an easier method to learn and use is the Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT Tapping is another way that you can learn so you can stop an asthma attack naturally with just your own mind and hands. There are also specific herbs, minerals and essential oils that can stop the reasons for your asthma attacks and lessen the severity and occurrence of them.
Home Remedies for Asthma Attack
You can use these Home Remedies for Asthma Attack and lessen your chances from having another attack. Naturally. There are certain asthma natural remedies that you can use at home, and take with you when you are out and about. Herbs and Homeopathic remedies for asthma can literally save your life. Use your inhaler, if you have one until you get and make sure these natural asthma remedies work for you. I don’t recommend long-term use of asthma inhalers as they weaken your body, and you have to take more and more. Best if you learn how to stop the triggers naturally.
With asthma attacks you need to make sure to address your immune system reaction that is causing the histamines to have an inflammatory response and this is typically overlooked. You can do this by having a balanced immune system, a weak immune system will attack your own cells because of underlying infection, therefore you should keep your immune system balanced by natural immunity boosters and deetoxifiers like natural Zeolite Powder.
Asthma Foods That Trigger
Look at the above info-graphic that shows which foods you should avoid (Asthma Foods That Trigger) and which foods and spices are recommended to help you prevent your next asthma attack naturally. If you want to avoid your next asthma attack, eat little processed foods, white bread and tortillas, cured meats, fried foods and non-organic milk and milk products.
Most of your warming spices like oregano, ginger, garlic, cayenne, turmeric and mustard greens are excellent at not only keeping your immune system balanced so you won’t catch a cold or flu as easily, but also help prevent asthma attacks and excess mucus. Oregano Oil works really well at helping keep your immune system strong and balanced, and keeping allergies and asthma at bay!
Herbs for Asthma
There are a number of good herbs for asthma prevention and treatment. Take a look at the list of asthma herbs below and use the ones you have (or get them):
- Oil of Oregano (stops the histamines and any infections and respiratory conditions that cause asthma attacks and allergies)
- Cannabinoids (cannabis hemp seed extract is a powerful lung and respiratory system protector. Helpful for to prevent asthma and relax your muscles)
- Garlic (good antibacterial, antiviral and blood purifier)
- Onion (anti-inflammatory that blocks histamines and prevents allergic reactions)
- Lobelia (breaks down mucus in the throat and lungs)
- Lungwort (herb that promotes clear breathing tubes and lungs)
- Lovage (herb that opens airways naturally)
- Elecampe (herb that cleanses your lungs and relieves congestion)
- Lemon Balm (herb that soothes respiratory passageways and linings)
Use of these natural herbs can stop the wheezing and chest congestion, and you can use them together as they work harmoniously. Most of these are included in the Allergy and Asthma herbal formula Allertrex)
Essential Oils for Asthma
Essential Oils for Asthma work really well at keeping your breathing passageways and lungs open and relaxed. It can stop and prevent attacks by preventing infections and thinning mucus They also ease allergy symptoms that cause the histamines that cause an asthma attack. Organic Essential Oils are oils that you use externally either topically on your skin or in an inhaler or aromatherapy diffuser. Here are the best essential oils for asthma relief:
- Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) has anti-inflammatory compounds that reduce swelling and prevent asthma attacks
- Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
- Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia)
- Lavender (Lavendula Angustifolia)
- Lemon (Citrus Limonum),
- Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum)
- Bay Leaf (Laurus nobilis)
You can use either of these oils separately or together in an essential oil blend for asthma relief called Respiratory Relief. The goal is to get completely rid of asthma by preventing respiratory infections and becoming immune to the triggers that cause the histamine response and allergy attack.
How to Prevent Asthma
The best way to stop an asthma attack is of course to prevent it. So, How to Prevent Asthma? Start the healing process by using the natural remedies above and slowly wean yourself off the heavy medications and into a healthy state that no longer requires steroid inhalers or medications. The goal is to get completely rid of asthma by learning to recognize the source of the histamine that is causing the attack. Look at the Asthma Free Forever guide for the long-term solutions to removing the source of you or your children’s asthma.
Choose holistic natural and herbal formulas because they are non-addictive and allow your body to heal naturally. Prescription medications and inhalers are wonderful for emergencies but can be quite harmful in the long term. Also look into getting a good Hepa Vacuum and Hepa Air Purifier to keep your air as free from asthma triggers as possible. If you want to be real sure you avoid most illness at home you can get an air purifying oxygen and Negative Ion Ozone Air Purifier that will greatly help keep your air free from allergens and also pathogens that cause cold and flu. It stops the microbes and allergens before they enter your body and cause an asthma attack or severe allergies.
When you do have to go out during high pollen or during a lot of pollution (or even near pets) be sure to take some natural herbal extracts before you are exposed to your allergy and asthma triggers. Allertrex (shown at the bottom of this article) is highly recommended as it has organic lobelia (a natural herb that thins mucus and stops inflammation) along with other potent allergy and asthma herbs. instead as a preventative before you go out or go exercising and also as an emergency treatment. Asthma can be a medical emergency so please be prepared and keep some handy when you need it!
How to Treat Asthma
Learn How to Treat Asthma naturally at home and you won’t have to rely on inhalers or harmful medicines that will wear off soon and leave you with no relief when you need it most. Learning Meditation, EFT Tapping Therapy (discussed in a paragraph above) and avoiding asthma triggers (foods and substances) till your lungs and breathing passageways become strong enough to not cause further asthma attacks.
It for sure can happen naturally, as I haven’t had an asthma attack in nearly 20 years now, naturally, no inhalers, no harmful meds. Use the best that mother nature has for you, and she has a remedy or cure for every ailment that humans have created or been affected by. Breathe in the essential oils, or rub them on your sinuses, temples, neck and chest areas. Use homeopathic remedies like Respitrol and herbs that keep your airways clear and your mucus at normal levels and thinned and you won’t have to worry about asthma ever again!
Here are the best natural ways to treat asthma at home:
- Respitrol (Natural Homeopathic Medicine for asthma that prevents asthma symptoms and helps your body not react with an immune response to the histamines that cause asthma attacks.)
- Allertrex (Potent Herbal remedy with Organic Lobelia, Lungwort and Elecampe (natural herbs stop infections, thins mucus and stops inflammation)
- Organic CBD Oil Tincture (Organic is highly recommended as it is now being made GMO or genetically modified and engineered by pharmaceutical companies, and that type is harmful not helpful to your health)
You can combine the herbal and homeopathic remedies for asthma (they also help with allergies, as asthma and allergies are almost cousins when it comes to causes and triggers. The main thing is to begin using them before your next attack so you can cut down (and eventually off) on your inhaler and other more harmful prescription medicines.