Are you frustrated with your asthma treatment?
Do you wish your condition could improve?
Maybe you think you have asthma but you’re not sure, and you don’t want to resort to steroid inhalers right away.
Whatever your situation, here’s some information that may reveal what is triggering your asthma attacks or shortness of breath—as well as what you can do about it.
For just 30 minutes of your time, you can view my FREE seminar at LifeStartSeminars.com that walks you through the 9-part lifestyle review that can give you a better insight on what triggers your asthma, how you can either avoid those triggers, and how you may never have to deal with them again!
Here is your new asthma action plan, and it’s easier and simpler that you may think.
We’re not selling anything here. I just don’t want you to miss this opportunity to explore successful asthma treatments that do not require you to purchase any new medications or decrease your activity level.
You can still do what you want, and bronchial inflammation doesn’t have to hold you back.
The Sneaky Reality of Asthma
For millions of people throughout the world, the labored breathing that comes with being asthmatic can keep them from performing activities that involve respiratory exertion. The symptoms of asthma are not only debilitating but are often scary!
Since severe asthma attacks can keep oxygen from being absorbed by the lungs, death or brain damage are considerable risk for those that suffer from this respiratory condition. This is due to a person’s airways being hyper-reactive, or that the tissue over-responds to stimuli. The inflammation and bronchospasms that make up an asthma attack then cause:
- shortness of breath
- chest tightness
- decreased ability to exhale
These attacks are usually treated with bronchodilator inhalers, and the condition is often attributed to allergies or genetic predispositions.
But there’s more. Your asthma symptoms could be resulting from environmental factors that have flown under your radar for years. Asthma can also be developed from prolonged side effects of certain health conditions that seem minor or mundane.
Knowledge is Power
Even if you’ve had asthma since you were a child, you can develop the ability to maintain a much higher level of control over your asthma without increasing your medication use or strength, or even adjusting your activity level.
There are factors in your routine lifestyle that are likely making your asthma worse. By focusing attention on avoiding or adjusting these sneaky triggers, improvement can begin.
Combine these efforts with proven natural therapies—such as a simple yet incredibly effective hydrotherapy treatment I studied at a lifestyle center in medical school—and you’ll likely reach a higher level of wellness than you thought possible.
In fact, the nine elements of the LifeStart system will surely benefit all aspects of your lifestyle, which is the reason it’s so successful long-term. And not just for conditions that affect lung function, but for weight management, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and even cancer!
While this may seem like a roundabout approach to respiratory health, each of these nine elements have a surprising connection to asthma triggers or treatments. And because of their fundamental nature, it’s easy to incorporate these principles into your daily life and keep them up.
Fresh air may seem like a no-brainer, as environmental pollutants are a well-known asthma trigger. But did you know that indoor pollution is causing just as much respiratory disturbance? Find out what kinds of things might be triggers in your household.
Food or diet may seem unrelated to asthma symptoms, but you may be taken aback at which digestive issues can develop or worsen asthma symptoms. Learn which dietary habits can sustain healthier lung function.
All this and much more information is available at my 30-minute FREE seminar, Improve Lung Function Naturally. This highly-informative presentation will empower you to gain more control over your asthma and improve your overall respiratory health.
Take Action Now!
You can attend this seminar online in the comfort of your own home. For best results, however, I recommend you connect with a local support center and surround yourself with a community of supportive peers. Click here to get started, and to gain access to the accompanying resources and study guide.
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover better ways to manage your asthma, and to greatly improve your overall health.