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Dust allergy, sneezing and breathing problems

Hi, Im 30 years old lady.
I have been suffering from dust allergy, sneezing and breathing problems from many years, it has now developed into minor asthma and I haven't yet found the cure to this problem. I stay at Dehradun, India. I took treatment many times so far starting from Allopathic,
Homeopathy, Ayurvedic medicines, etc., but no medicine could give me
complete relief. I am very easily affected by dust, fumes and air pollutants. The
sneezing starts suddenly, it continues for the whole day and my nose blocks most of the time. I haven't been able to
breathe air properly mainly at night and early morning. Daily at 6am I wake up with blockage of my nostrils after which I am not able to breathe air properly. But nobody could promise cure from the dust allergy that I have. Please tell me how to deal with this problem. What can be the proper and permanent cure for these problems?
I have been trying Ayurvedic recommended medicine for 24 days, but i am not feeling well...and suffering more problems.Any idea as to what I could try to help myself.
  Aradhana Dobhal on 2011-09-14
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Dear Aradhana Dobhal,
Can i have following details from you.

1) When you say Minor asthma, please elaborate on that?
2) Please list the Homeopathy Medicines you had used/using as of now?
3) Are you using Allopathic treatment as of now? Let me know in detail.
4) Since how long are you suffering with this problem?
5) Are you married? What work you do?
6) Let me know your weight and height?
7) Any other health problem?
8) Any physical activity like walking, yoga, exercise etc.
9) Your breakfast-Lunch-Dinner? Elaborate on this please.
10) Do you have any family history of Asthma?
11) Did you moved in emergency like situation in the past due to asthma?
12) Which was your worse day with asthma attack, share it with us?
13) What makes you say your present condition is Asthmatic?
14) What is present state of your symptoms?
15) What is stopping you from breathing normally?
16) Do change of place relives your problem?
17) Are you in this phase for longer duration or continuous?
18) Is there any congestion in lungs?
19) How do you feel if you walk for some time?
20) Do you have fever? How do you feel when you get up in the morning?

Nikkie last decade

It is important to describe all your problems in as much detail as you are able. One word answers and short sentences are not particularly helpful. Discuss each problem one at a time, providing (as a minimum level of detail) the following information.

1. What exactly happens?
2. Describe all sensations and pains. Each pain or sensation should be described in such a way that allows us to imagine having the same pain.
3. What causes the problem to get worse after it has started occurring?
4. What creates some relief for the problem?
5. What triggers the problem into occuring?
6. What time of the day or night does the problem occur?
7. When did the problem start? What was happening in your life at that time? Did some specific event or treatment take place just before the problem started?


You should address each problem separately using the above 7 questions as a guide. Do not put all your complaints into each of the 7 questions. Discuss one problem at a time. If you have, for example, a headache with nausea, do each component separately too (what makes the head pain worse or better, what makes the nausea worse or better).

As well as this, please describe any traumatic incidents that have taken place in your life. Discuss anything that has had a lasting impact on you mentally, emotionally or physically.

Discuss the way that you manage or deal with your problems, or any problems that occur in your life.

Discuss any patterns you have noticed in your behavior especially concerning your disease.

Discuss any part of your life where you feel stuck or unable to change and grow, especially where this occurred around the beginning of your disease, or as the disease evolved.

Describe your childhood and the kind of environment you grew up in, with reference to your relationships with your family, your school experiences, and any serious childhood diseases.

If your earlier discussions have not mentioned these already, please describe:

1. The specific foods that you crave (not just like) or hate
2. The specific drinks that you crave or hate
3. What your sleep is like
4. How the weather and the temperature affects you
5. What kinds of things in the environment you are particularly sensitive to
6. What your general level of energy is like
7. What your level of sexual energy or desire is like
8. Describe your menstrual cycle

9. Also give these details

a) Body type and build
b) Skin colour and texture
c) Areas of the body tends to perspire on
d) Odour of sweat, body, stool, flatus, urine
e) Colour of stool, urine, sweat

10. Give any reactions to vaccines or medical drugs.

David Kempson
Professional Classical Homoeopath
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
You do not need to use any Homeopathic, Allopathic or Ayurvedic medicines,the only easiest, gentle quick and permanent cure of hypersensitivity of many types including dust allergy is Coconut Oil, use a tea spoon daily for fourty days and forget all allergies and hypersensitivity.

Dr Syed Zaair Husain Rizvi
Dr Zaair Husain last decade

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