wheezingI have got the wheezing problem from two months.It lasts only in the early morning time till the surrounding temperaute is cold till around 8 a.m.
It is occuring daily now and only in the morning time.
It is not worse but a bit of stiffness and sound comes while breathing.
it resolves without treatment but i have consulted a doctor and
the doctor has given an inhaler, if i'll took it daily in the night and
morning no wheezing occurs.
I dont know what causes it but i think may be bcoz of cold in the early morning.
Following things makes it worse
# Exposure to pollens, insects, dust, chemicals (perfumes, cosmetics)
# Exposure to cold air only in the morning time.
Medications like that inhaler relieves it.
Other symptomps include coughing.
I donot smoke tobacco and no chewing habits.
My age is 23 years.
getamaze on 2006-01-28
You could try Natrum Sulfur 30 one dose daily for three sucessive days .
walkin last decade
Get a 500ml bottle of Spring Water from your nearest supermarket.
Pour out 100ml
Drop in 3 pellets or 1 drop of liquid Nat Sulph 6c into the 400ml water
Cap the bottle tightly and succuss it 4-6 times by banging on your palm and look out for the air bubbles to fizzle up from the bottom.
Pour out 1 teaspoonful of the potentized remedy into half a cup of water from another bottle of the same water and stir it gently.
Sip 1 teaspoonful of the water from the cup just once every day.
Discard the balance and make a fresh batch daily.
You may like to know that I have many instances of adults who were chronic sufferers from Asthma for many years who do not use the remedy any more after about 4 months on this therapy. Others who were not so chronic react favourably in a few days and only use the remedy if and when necessary.
You will have to stop all other medication if you wish to start on this therapy.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
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