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Wheezing remedy for a 10 year old boy

Each symptom:

Wheezing begins with dry cough, tightness in chest and redness in the right eye.
Had infantile eczema and thoroughly cured with homeopathy drugs in his 2nd year
Where each symptom is located; Has severe stomach pain after the wheezing due to excessive coughing.
What first started it off (ie walking in a cold wind): In his 2 year, but was taking treatment for eczema then.
Begins when the rains begin.
When it's worse (ie on seeing bright lights, on stepping, before period, etc)
It gets worse at night time, especially after 10 pm and continues to be sporadically till 2 pm.
When it feels better: Feels better only sitting and worse lying down.
Your sleep pattern:Sleep is quite disturbed during these attacks.
What you are sensitive to: competitive in nature, yet mature for his age. Sense of understanding about things is good.
Your state of mind (fears, anxieties, attitudes, moods, etc) : Plays tennis regularly for 3 hours each and only during monsoon he is unable to do so regularly.
Any desires or aversions: Begins to like to eat cold drinks or ice cream before an attack

Details of any major diseases suffered in past.
None in particular
History :Have given Ars alb, ipecac and thuja previously for the same
Every year since he was 2 during the month of October he has an attack till now. Feels chill and is generally well during the rest of the year. The attack generally comes down during the winter season

  kauff on 2009-10-18
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day 1 and day 2
phosphorus 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours

day 3 to day 7
1 tablet each of the following tissue salts four times a day at a gap of 3 hours
Natrum Sulph 6x
Ferrum Phos 6x
kadwa last decade
I am not a doctor. But just a couple ideas - Make sure he has a new or clean pillow. Pillows can have their own ecosystem of everything from dust mites, bacteria, etc. Is he sleeping on a feather pillow - if so is he allergic to feathers? Make sure bedding and all stuffed animals are cleaned weekly 160F to kill dust mites. Make sure there is no water leak or black mold in his room. If carpet in bedroom, consider daily vacuuming. Make sure vacuume is working. Food allergies might be another consideration. I would make sure he has an air purifier in his room. The rain and autumn time onset suggests maybe a mold allergy. This can be severe for persons with prior or ongoing exposure. Just some ideas to consider.
KittyCat last decade

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