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Natural treatments and therapies to help asthmatics and caregivers in their asthma management.

Top 4 Homemade Syrups for Cough - Little Big Help

Top 4 Homemade Syrups for Cough – Little Big Help

Have you ever tried homemade syrups? Today we’ll share with you our top 4 homemade cough syrups for all your family. Honey + Onion Syrup Source: Rose, The Clean Dish Honey superpowers: antimicrobial, antibiotic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, expectorant, soothing, etc. Onion superpowers: antibiotic, expectorant and antioxidant. Ingredients 1 small onion honey (preferably raw and organic) glass jar Steps Dice onion and transfer to a glass jar. Pour in enough honey to coat onion pieces. A couple hours later, the onion will secrete a…

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Homeopathy for Asthma - Little Big Help

Homeopathy for Asthma – Little Big Help

Do you know what homeopathy is? Homeopathy is a natural form of medicine created in 1796 by Samuel Hahnemann, which involves treating the individual with the aim of triggering our body’s natural system of healing. It’s true that it remains controversial among conventional physicians and scientists. However, there’re thousands of testimonials that consider homeopathy a valid treatment for several diverse disorders including asthma. How does it works? This holistic therapy consists in the use of highly diluted substances in order…

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Top 6 Videos Of Natural Treatments For Asthma Management

Top 5 Videos Of Natural Treatments For Asthma Management – Little Big Help

Have you ever wondered how effective natural asthma treatments can be? Today we present our top 6 videos of natural treatments for asthma management you can find on Youtube. 1. How to Naturally Treat Asthma – Dr. Josh Axe An exceptional video from Dr. Josh Axe about the top herbs, diet, and supplements. 2. Sure-Fire Strategies to Help Treat Asthma Naturally – Dr. Joseph Mercola Dr. Joseph Mercola’s valuable advices to manage your asthma naturally. 3. Asthma – Traditional Chinese…

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Salt Therapy for Asthma

Salt Therapy for Asthma – Little Big Help

How much do you know about salt therapy? Today we’ll talk about this amazing natural treatment. What is salt therapy? Salt therapy, also known as halotherapy, is a natural treatment used to relieve the symptoms associated with a range of respiratory conditions. It consists of the inhalation of saline diffused air particles in simulated salt cave rooms that replicates a salt cave environment. How does this therapy improve my asthma? When you go to the beach, have you noticed that…

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Top 4 Vitamins And Minerals For Asthma

Top 4 Vitamins And Minerals For Asthma – Little Big Help

Did you know that an adequate nutrition can really make the difference in your asthma management? Today we’ll talk about the best vitamins and minerals for your condition. Some studies suggest there’s an association between the levels of the vitamins D, E, A and magnesium and the frequency of symptoms experienced. So, let’s take a look at each one of them. Vitamin D According to a research by Queen Mary University of London, Vitamin D can reduce chronic lung disease…

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Swimming and Asthma

Swimming and Asthma – Little Big Help

Everybody knows that moderate exercise is good for asthma. Are you considering swim lessons? This post is just for you! 🙂 Swimming is probably the most well tolerated exercise by asthmatics. Did you know that about 25 percent of Olympic swimmers have asthma? Here’s what swimming will do for your condition: The humid and warm air near the pool is less likely to trigger asthma symptoms. You can release all your stress and tension. Your lung capacity will increase. Your…

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Coffee for Asthma

Coffee for Asthma – Caffeinated Drinks – Little Big Help

Coffee is one of the most popular home remedies for asthma. Today we’ll talk about its composition and benefits 🙂 Why is coffee so amazing? Because it contains caffeine, which chemical structure is similar to that of theophylline, a bronchodilator drug commonly used in persistent asthma and bronchitis treatments. Some studies found that caffeine can improve airway function for 2 to 4 hours after ingestion, providing a temporary relief during an asthma attack. I don’t like coffee but I want…

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