Continuous asthma attacks

Philippines
April 3, 2013 12:03pm CST
Im having a continuous asthma attacks. Im suffering from it every night for almost 1 moth , i have my medications for it but it only comforts me for several hours. Im having back pains right now because of hard breathing every night. Can anyone help with this matter? I'm so used with inhalers and nebulizer.
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@Arieles (2474)
• United States
3 Apr 13
I switched up my sons diet and he no longer has to have an inhaler or a nebulizer. He had his adenoids taken out at the age four, was on liquid albueterol beginning at the age of six months, had tubes in his ears, and had a very hard time breathing. Over a year ago I eliminated all dairy (milk, yogurt, cheese and meat) from his diet and all symptoms cleared up. He is no longer uses an inhaler, does not use a nebulizer and breathes pretty freely. If you are serious about getting rid of your asthma attacks, you might want to check your diet. Never in a million years would I have ever thought to take all of these foods out of his diet, but I did some research, watched a few documentaries and took a leap of faith and it worked.
• Philippines
4 Apr 13
Thanks for your advices. I will follow those. Im so tired of my asthma and i think now is the time to conquer it. Thanks !
@urbandekay (18312)
3 Apr 13
Several things I found help with asthma Alternate day fasting Eating a little chocolate when you feel an attack starting Inhaling steam But if you have pains in your back you should see your doctor, maybe you need a short dose of steroids all the best, urban
• Philippines
4 Apr 13
I see. I really love eating , im not fat but i eat always, now i know i should lessen my food intake. About the steroids , i really have a maintainance of it, but i dont like using it. First, its expensive and second i have the side effects . Its itchy but when my attacks are severe i use steroids.
@urbandekay (18312)
5 Apr 13
Fasting switches your body into repair mode by lowering ILGF in your body all the best, urban
• India
5 Apr 13
Thanks for sharing in this discussion, my grand daughter has it, my mom had it is hereditary, you must find out if yours is hereditary too, may be some external agent like dust/pollen grains trigger it, if so avoid them.
@nyssa102 (748)
• United States
4 Apr 13
get to a good allergy doctor. perhaps you have an allergy to food or mold in the house. take a look online in the meantime for some helpful hints to coping with your asthma. just start searching for a good doctor and good online information: http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Spices-Can-Help-Asthma-Sufferers-By-Reducing-Asthmatic-Symptoms&id=5142757
@jenny1015 (13389)
• Philippines
4 Apr 13
Have you been to the doctor for the past month? maybe the medications you are now taking is no longer enough for you to sustain the asthma attacks. Maybe you need a larger dose or a different kind of medication. Try visiting your doctor as soon as you can.
@mansoak (511)
• India
3 Apr 13
Oh my god sorry to hear that. Please consult a good doctor. Some medicines have side affect.
@mariaperalta (19096)
• Mexico
3 Apr 13
So sorry to hear this. You need to go and see a new dr. i think. Hope this gets taken care of soon.