How to Treat Asthma Naturally - Learn How to Deal With Asthma Without Drugs [NOOK Book]


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How to Treat Asthma Naturally - Learn How to Deal With Asthma Without Drugs

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Inside How to Treat Asthma Naturally, you will learn:

--The true definition of the conditions known as acute asthma and chronic asthma

--The astounding statistics about who suffers from this disorder

--The likelihood of you having your acute asthma attacks develop into chronic attacks

--The classic symptoms of this affliction of the respiratory symptom

--Why symptoms of early cases of asthma are often ignored

--Why it is crucial for you to start taking care of symptoms as soon as you suspect you have a problem

--What the streptococcal virus may have to do with the development of psoriasis in your case

--Just exactly what the physical processes are in the body that trigger the sufferer’s airways to become restricted

--The early warning indicators of an asthma attack which are not symptoms that you would necessarily expect such as frequent mood changes, dry mouth and other less known indicators

--A comprehensive list of the classic symptoms of an asthma attack including contractions in the rib and neck, shortage of breath, wheezing and a host of others

--How doctors measure and definite well controlled asthma

--How a peak flow meter is used to measure the severity of asthma

--How spiromentery, a breathing machine, is used to measure the seriousness of asthma.

--The likelihood that you may have inherited a predisposition towards asthma from your parents

--How being asthmatic can affect the quality of your life

--How being asthmatic can affect your self esteem

--How overweight individuals in particular are affected by the condition

--Why asthma sufferers have a higher rate of anxiety attacks and develop more phobias than non sufferers

--The prognosis for the disease and whether or not you can expect to have it all of your life
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012633767
  • Publisher: Scott Roberts
  • Publication date: 2/7/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 151 KB

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