my son now 9 years old has been suffering with chronic asthma ever since he was 1 year old. been on various therapy. veg diet away from milk, chilled items, fast foods, snacks in short strict and control diet.
Starts with sneezing ends with wheezing. Metered Steroids doses day and night. Nebulisation when bad.. Any solutions
shivas on 2011-10-24
Please provide the following information to start with the treatment for your child.
1) Do you hear wheezing or a whistling sounds audible when your child exhales?
2)Does he experience Shortness of breath when at rest?
3)Does he experience Shortness of breath when at movement/exercise/playing?
4) Does he experience any chest tightness?
5) Does he cough when running?
6) Does he experience any problem while eating?
7) Is he comfertable during night ?
8) Do you mean to say that , ashtma symptoms gets triggered with the start of sneezing? please elaborate.
9) How is your childs appetite?
10) How often he is having ashtma attacks?
Let me say you, homoeopathic treatment can completely root out asthma, though it may take time before desirable results are achieved. I expect full cooperation form you during the treatment period. It?s a very individualized disease. The bottom line is to watch your child and listen to their observations and report the update as quickly as possible. The treatment is aimed at both acute and chronic stages.
Going head with such approach With such a form of treatment one will gradually see the frequency and the intensity of the problem decreasing leading to a Healthy life for your child.
♡ Nikkie last decade
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