When you think of asthma, you picture bouts of complete loss of breath, but in reality, adult onset asthma often presents as persistent respiratory issues.
It can develop at any time, even in someone's 60s or 70s, and it may take some time for adult onset asthma to be diagnosed because the symptoms may be put down to something else, like the flu, or a chest infection.
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If you're an asthmatic, you've probably wondered why it is that when you get the flu, your symptoms are so bad. Well, a University of Southampton has the answer...
According to the study, which was published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, people with asthma are likely to suffer worse symptoms when they get the flu because they have weaker immune systems. For more on this stu... ››› more
If you're anything like me, stress is something you encounter every day of your life. Oh, you too? Well, don't worry - we aren't the only ones. In fact, stress plays a huge role in the lives of majority of people on this planet.
Somehow, we seem to get through each day even with crazy levels of chronic stress bearing down on our shoulders. But, at times, going from day to day with such high str... ››› more
Do you find that you're constantly clearing your throat throughout the day? To some degree, it's totally normal. I mean, a lot happens in your throat - you breathe, drink and eat through it.
But constantly clearing your throat for months on end can be the sign of something more serious. When things go wrong in your throat, they can have deadly consequences!
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If you're an asthma sufferer, you're very familiar with how drinking cow's milk can make it worse…
But while you may think that drinking milk worsens asthma by stimulating mucus production in your lungs, new studies suggest that it may actually be due to an undiagnosed milk allergy!
Read on to learn more about the link between asthma and an undiagnosed milk allergy…
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The easiest way to help resolve asthma and other breathing difficulties is to re-learn how to breathe properly. It's often as simple as that!
The Buteyko Eucapnic breathing method is recognised throughout the world as the most effective technique for treating asthma.
Here's how it works…
Use these five tips to master the Buteyko Eucapnic breathing method and your asthma
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Are you a man who suffers from asthma?
If so, there's reason to celebrate.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health were recently left feeling surprised after finding that men with asthma had a much lower risk of developing lethal prostate cancer!
Although previous studies have suggested that the kind of inflammation associated with asthma can promote prostate canc... ››› more
It may come as a big surprise, but the state of your teeth plays a huge role in the health of your lungs. Especially when it comes to asthma and respiratory problems like pneumonia.
This after new research revealed that adults with gum disease were five times more likely to develop respiratory problems like asthma.
And that's why we're revealing how cleaning your teeth can help you breathe e... ››› more
Drinking alcohol can lower your asthma risk.
But don't use this information to justify going out and getting “blotto” every day of the week. Because it depends on how much you drink that influence your risk.
Here's what the study reveals…
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If you suffer from breathing problems, you should watch how much you drink.
This because studies show there's a link between drinking too much and worsening of breathing problems. Especially asthma.
A study that took place in Perth, Australia, involving 336 patients found it to be true.
In fact, 33% of the participant's asthma symptoms worsened after drinking. And it was usually about ... ››› more
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