Are You Suffering From:-

  1. Coughing, especially at night, with or without sputum (phlegm) production.
  2. Wheezing, Frequent cough, especially at night.
  3. Losing your breath easily or shortness of breath.
  4. Feeling very tired or weak when exercising.
  5. Wheezing or coughing after exercise.
  6. Feeling tired, easily upset, grouchy, or moody.
  7. Signs of a cold or allergies (sneezing, runny nose, cough, nasal congestion, sore throat, and headache).
  8. Trouble sleeping with Breathlessness.
  9. Wheezing – a musical, whistling or hissing sound with breathing begins suddenly.
  10. Chest tightness – pulling in of the skin between the ribs when breathing
  11. Having Respiratory infections: such as Viral or bacterial respiratory infections
  12. History of Tobacco.
  13. Bluish color of the lips and face.
  14. Decreased level of alertness, such as severe drowsiness or confusion, Rapid pulse, Severe anxiety due to shortness of breath profused Sweating.
  15. Drugs Allergies.
  16. Hormonal Imbalance in body.
  17. History of chronic Alcoholism.
  18. Non-specific causes such as Emotional Stress: extreme emotions such as anxiety, anger.

Then you are suffering from Asthma take a medical advice from Seva-Dham Plus

It is estimated that by 2025, a whopping 100 million people across the world will suffer from asthma. Unfortunately there is a belief that asthma is a condition for which there is no ‘cure’.

Asthma is a condition where a person finds it difficult to breathe because the tubes that take air into the lungs swell up, making it difficult to breath.

This is due to inflammation in the airways leads to the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and the lining of the air passages become swollen. This reduces the amount of air that can pass by.

Bronchial asthma is known as tamaka svassa in Ayurveda. This medical science emphasises on gastro-intestinal factors apart from the respiratory afflictions to be the cause for bronchial asthma. That is why in the preliminary stage of the disease or just before its onset, the patient complains of indigestion, constipation or diarrhoea.

It is mainly a kapha syndrome, though differentiation of humoural types also exists. In other words, bronchial asthma can be from any of the three humours—vaata, pitta or kapha. Most often, the disease is kapha in nature.

Know Your Asthma Type in Ayurveda:-

01. Vaata type asthma:-

It is characterised by dry cough and wheezing. Additional symptoms are thirst, dry mouth, dry skin, constipation, anxiety and craving for warm drinks. Attacks occur predominantly at vaata time—dawn and dusk.

02. Pitta type asthma:-

It is characterised by cough and wheezing with yellow phlegm. Other symptoms are fever, sweating, irritability and need for cool air. Attacks are at pitta time—noon and midnight.

03. Kapha type asthma:-

It is characterised by cough and wheezing with abundant clear or white phlegm. The lungs are often congested producing a whistling sound. Attacks are at kapha time—morning and evening.

Ayurveda Treatment For Asthma:-

According to Ayurveda, the asthma of recent origin can be treated effectively, it is not the drug alone that can give relief from asthma but regulation of diet and the change of conceptual thinking can also play a great role. Along with proper medication and control over eating and living, asthmatics can get better and quick results.

Panchakarma chikitsa:-

It is the method of treatment used to remove the toxins that result in asthma from the body. It is divided into five.

  1. Vamana Karma or medicated emesis (vomiting).
  2. Virechana Karma
  3. Vasti Karma or medicated enema
  4. Nasya Karma
  5. Rakthamoksha or bloodletting.

Other Treatment involve in treating asthma as:-

  1. Dhoomapanam - A method in which medical smoke is inhaled and exhaled to cure asthma.
  2. Abhyangam
  3. Takradhara Dhara
  4. Swedanam or medicinal perspiration
  5. Rasayana chikitsa
  6. Padhya
  7. Medicatons
  8. Yoga

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