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Asthma Treatment Through Hypnosis

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hypnosis for asthma cdAsthma is a chronic disease affecting the respiratory system. During an asthma attack, bronchial tubes, which carry oxygen in and out of the lungs, tend to tighten and hence reduce the flow of air coming to the lungs. The airways also become inflamed and lined with mucus. Such symptoms can occur many times in a day or week, or a lot less often. The severity of the attacks also varies.

Several triggers can cause asthma attacks and the breathlessness, which comes with it. Asthma may also cause chest pain and loss of consciousness. It is a very grave disease which can even prove to be lethal: while asthma affects 300 million people worldwide, asthma attacks account for the death of around 250,000 people yearly.

People with asthma also have to go through its side effects in their everyday life. Insomnia and sleeplessness is a regular experience that may result in fatigue during the daytime, and may affect one’s personal and professional life. The World Health Organization even acknowledges the fact that "reduced activity levels" and "school and work absenteeism" are usual side effects of asthma. Sports will usually be more difficult for asthmatic people, which can for example be a social isolation factor for a child.  

Asthma is a chronic disease affecting the respiratory system. During an asthma attack, bronchial tubes, which carry oxygen in and out of the lungs, tend to tighten and hence reduce the flow of air coming to the lungs. The airways also become inflamed and lined with mucus. Such symptoms can occur many times in a day or week, or a lot less often. The severity of the attacks also varies.

Several triggers can cause asthma attacks and the breathlessness, which comes with it. Asthma may also cause chest pain and loss of consciousness. It is a very grave disease which can even prove to be lethal: while asthma affects 300 million people worldwide, asthma attacks account for the death of around 250,000 people yearly.

People with asthma also have to go through its side effects in their everyday life. Insomnia and sleeplessness is a regular experience that may result in fatigue during the daytime, and may affect one’s personal and professional life. The World Health Organization even acknowledges the fact that "reduced activity levels" and "school and work absenteeism" are usual side effects of asthma. Sports will usually be more difficult for asthmatic people, which can for example be a social isolation factor for a child.

Even though asthma cannot be definitely cured, doctors have found several ways to prevent and relieve the symptoms, making it possible for everybody that has asthma to stay in shape, exercise and lead a normal life. With the appropriate treatments, there are no reasons why anybody who has asthma should not be able to enjoy an active life.

Different factors can trigger an asthma attack. Some are very simple things like the humidity and temperature of the air. Nonetheless, the most usual ones are natural environmental allergens, such as pollen, spores, house dust mites or cockroaches as well as pollution from cars; tobacco smoke or chemical compounds, such as the ones found in perfumes and perfumed products. Medications such as penicillin or aspirin as well as certain foods, such as milk or peanuts, in the case of food allergies, are also able to trigger asthma. Asthma attack might also occur after exercising.

Your psychological state can also be a contributing factor in triggering an asthmatic attack. Emotional stress, anxiety and tension can all trigger it. Several people suffering from an asthmatic attack also worsen their condition by falling prey to state of panic, a very normal reaction to the dreadful experience they must endure.

In order to better prevent asthmatic attacks, these triggers ought to be avoided as much as possible. Allergies are also responsible for triggering asthma attacks and allergy treatment may be taken as a way to prevent them. There are nonetheless several types of asthma treatment. In the short-run, asthma attack treatment will provide relief in the case of an asthmatic attack. Asthma attack treatment will readily provide asthma relief, but people suffering from moderate or severe asthma must use a long-run asthma treatment.

You may find various sorts of bronchial asthma treatment available out there, but they will not all work out for you. Bronchial asthma treatment and allergy treatment also have numerous side effects if used regularly and in the long run, particularly drugs containing corticosteroids or Beta2-adrenergic receptor agonists, the latter having cardiac side effects and increasing the risk of respiratory death. Those problems may explain why approximately half of the people with asthma use some sort of alternative treatment, such as natural asthma treatment.

If little evidence proves the effectiveness of treatments such as air ionizers or chiropractic, other sorts of natural asthma treatments such as homeopathy, yoga practices and hypnosis have shown notable results as asthma treatment. Hypnotherapy, just like meditation or yoga, albeit in a much faster and easier way, provides asthma relief because it is able to help control the emotional aspect of asthma thanks to relaxation. With hypnosis you will be much more relaxed, which will help reduce the occurrences of asthmatic attacks. It will also allow you to better control the panic and fear during an attack, hence significantly reducing the symptoms. Most asthmatics are completely aware of an impending asthma attack before it happens. Thus, hypnotherapeutic techniques exist that can enable an asthma sufferer to abort an impending asthma attack before it actually happens!

Asthma is a serious respiratory disease, which can prove really handicapping and at times even lethal. Drugs will help you with the physical symptoms and might provide quick relief in the case of an attack. Nonetheless those drugs present several undesirable side effects, particularly if used too often. NLP and hypnotherapy will reduce your need for drugs. It is also an effective asthma treatment and asthma attack treatment and will help you prevent the occurrences of asthmatic symptoms.

© 2007 By Alan B. Densky, CH.  This document may NOT be re-printed. All Rights Reserved. 

Alan B. Densky, CH is an NLP Practitioner and an NGH certified consulting hypnotist. He is a full time practitioner who has created effective Asthma treatment hypnotherapy CD's. His Neuro-VISION Hypnosis site features free MP3's, an exceptional hypnosis article library, and a free video hypnosis blog.