Asthma is a chronic condition that affects an overwhelming 20 million Americans. Furthermore, statistics reveal that asthma affects approximately 1 in 10 children in the United States, making it the most common chronic childhood disease to date. During an asthma attack, the lungs airways (bronchioles) become inflamed, contract and become lined with excessive amounts of mucous causing a restriction of airflow and making it very difficult to breathe.
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Supports normal breathing function
Supports healthy lung function
Supports normal function of bronchial muscles
Supports & tones lung tissues
Promotes increased air flow to lungs for easy breathing
Helps reduce cough episodes
These attacks are often triggered by pollution or some environmental irritant like cigarette smoke, household cleaning agents, or other toxins. Other common triggers include a change in air temperature or humidity; stress, allergies, and physical exertion.
Chronic asthma can be a frightening condition which often requires vigilant medical management to prevent and minimize the occurrence of acute attacks. This can take the form of conventional Western medicine, homeopathic or naturopathic treatment. While many asthma attacks are relatively mild and can be treated and controlled at home, some are more severe and may even require hospitalization.
Asthma Aid is a unique formulation of herbal ingredients designed to promote healthy lung function. Used daily, it can improve respiratory functioning and health, reduce the incidence and severity of asthma attacks, and strengthen the immune system. It helps those who suffer from labored breathing due to a variety of causes.
1. How does Asthma Aid work?
Asthma Aid formula helps support and maintain good lung function. In fact, many long-term smokers have reported that Asthma Aid has stimulated and restored damaged cilia, tiny hairs which filter the air going into the lungs.
2. Who will benefit the most when taking Asthma Aid?
Its effect is most obvious on people with breathing problems, e.g. bronchitis and asthma patients, heavy smokers, allergic rhinitis and COPD patients, etc. Asthma Aid has also been shown to help long distance running enthusiasts obtain better breathing edge.
3. What are the known side effects of Asthma Aid?
At present, even after thousands of years of usage of the ingredients in Asthma Aid there are no known major side effects.