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Asthma...natural treatment to Reverse and Heal Asthma

Asthma...natural treatment to Reverse and Heal Asthma

What Causes Asthma?

Asthma is a condition characterized by narrowing of the airways leading to the lungs (including the nose, nasal passageways, mouth and larynx) which leads to difficulty breathing.
In people who have asthma there is always a cause, and this may vary from one person to another.   It is essential to identify the underlying root cause in each person in order for the specific, most effective individual treatment to be prescribed…treatment which will not only relieve symptoms of asthma, but which will reverse the disease completely.
Asthma is a type of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and is also related to allergies, whether seasonal/environmental or food-related. A characteristic of asthma is that symptoms tend to occur suddenly in response to stimuli that irritate the immune system and air passageways, which is described as having an asthma “attack”.

In people who have asthma there is always a cause, and this may vary from one person to another.   It is essential to identify the underlying root cause in each person in order for the specific, most effective individual treatment to be prescribed…treatment which will not only relieve symptoms of asthma, but which will reverse the disease completely.

There are many different theories about what causes asthma, but toxins and irritants (both from the environment and spending lots of time indoors) are now recognized as predisposing factors. Other factors that contribute to asthma development include: Leaky Gut, nutritional deficiencies, pollution, antibiotic abuse, possibly vaccines, and autoimmune disorders, other medical disorders that affect the lungs, genetic susceptibility and high amounts of stress.

For some adults, asthma symptoms are caused by exposure to chemicals and pollution during work (dust, debris, etc.), known as “occupational asthma”. This accounts for about 15 percent of all asthma cases.

The Western lifestyle correlates with increased numbers of asthma-sufferers, which is not surprising considering the poor diet quality and high-stress environment. Asthma is rare in remote areas of Asia and Africa, but much more common in industrialized, western nations where people commonly eat inflammatory, low-nutrient diets.

Risk factors for developing asthma include:

• Exposure to environmental toxins: This can include fumes, pollution, and chemicals released from construction sites.
• Digestive system issues such as reflux, heartburn, bloating, constipation, food sensitivities, and IBS.   These lead to Leaky Gut and autoimmune diseases like Asthma.
• Spending lots of time indoors: This can reduce someone’s ability to effectively build their immune system and also increases exposure to certain allergens or irritants that can accumulate indoors (like dust mites, mould spurs, pet hair, and other microbes).
• A sedentary lifestyle
• Obesity, allergies and other medical conditions that affect the lungs and cause low immunity
• Sometimes childhood infections can affect lung tissue and cause the airways to narrow or become inflamed.
• Genetics: Studies show that asthma tends to run in families, although it is usually isn’t completely genetically acquired.
• Poor posture: Compression of the lungs caused from poor posture might also contribute to symptoms.

Asthma Symptoms

Common symptoms and signs of asthma include:
• Sneezing and coughing
• Wheezing, including sounds emanating from your chest as you try to breath
• Running out of air as you try to speak or inhale
• Difficulty exercising
• Pressure and tightness in the chest
• During attacks it’s possible to show signs of poor circulation and oxygen, including having blue or purple coloured toes and fingers or skin changes
• Feeling light headed, dizzy and weak
• Symptoms of anxiety such as sweating and rapid heartbeats
• Symptoms similar to those caused by allergies, such as watery and red eyes, itchy throat, or a runny nose. Some people can look inside their throat or nose and see redness and swelling.
• Swollen glands and puffy lymph nodes in the neck. Sometimes people with asthma even feel like they’re choking.
• Dry mouth, especially if you begin breathing through the mouth more often instead of the nose

Conventional Treatments For Asthma

Doctors use medications like anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), steroids, “anti-IgE” drugs and inhalers (bronchodilators) to help control asthma attacks and prevent emergencies or complications. Most of these drugs can help to open up the airways very quickly, but have serious drawbacks as well. Some research even suggests that inhalant albuterol medications can alter genes in children and make future asthma attacks up to 30 percent more likely.
Dr. John Mills, chief of infectious diseases at San Francisco General, has said that, “Conventional drugs used for treating asthma, particularly steroids, can impair immune function and lead to more serious health problems. Doctors tell you that steroids (cortisone, prednisone) only cause side effects after many years. But new research shows that permanent damage is immediate and devastating. Studies show that steroids cause permanent, debilitating effects after a single dosage. Steroids are probably the most sleazy of modern day medications.”
Here’s the good news: you can help treat asthma naturally by detoxifying environmental pollutants, minimizing dietary toxin intake, eating more nutrient-rich foods, addressing the nervous system’s role in lung functioning, and learning to better manage stress.

The Health Transformer Approach

In every case of Asthma there is an underlying cause…something individual to each child.   If at one time your child didn’t have these symptoms and now he or she does, obviously something has changed in their body.   Asthma is merely a symptom of the underlying cause.   To heal Asthma we need to address the cause.   In this centre we specialize in root cause diagnosis of any health condition using our state of the art Meta Health Scan. 


Meta Health Scan

The Meta Health Scan is carried out utilizing the amazing diagnostic ability of Clinical Kinesiology.   It is reliable, accurate and reproducible. The scan will reveal the imbalances unique to each body, and how these are affecting that person.   The scan reveals such issues as endogenous bio-toxicity, nutrient imbalances or deficiencies, sub-clinical infections, allergies and food sensitivities.  We also test for organ imbalances, hormone imbalance, and leaky gut.    Any abnormality in these areas will easily be picked up during the Health Scan. We also examine your entire lifestyle, sleep quality and any emotional/psychological contributors to your condition.

5 Step Protocol
1. Detect (In-Depth Evaluation & Advanced Testing)
2. Detox (Heavy Metals, Chemicals, Hydrocarbons, Bleaches, EMF)
3. Eliminate (Pathogens…virus, post virus, bacteria, parasites, fungi)
4. Rebuild (Tissues & Pathways)
5. Rebalance organs (kidneys, liver, etc.)
The 5 Steps to Restoring Health Protocol had been developed following many years of research and experience and utilizes food, nutritional supplements, herbal and energetic formula

In-Depth Consultation regarding your results.

Once this information is gathered we offer an in-depth consultation to discuss your results, during which we discuss what has been revealed by the scan, where and how this has arisen, and how to remove or transform it, and reboot your child’s system.   I believe it is very important for each person to understand what has been going on in their body, how the condition has developed, and how to unravel and resolve it naturally.   My intention is not just to teach you about your child’s condition, but more importantly to empower you with understanding in order that you are able to take back control of your health.

Individually tailored Treatment Plan

Together with the parents we create an individualized tailored treatment plan for your child.   This may include some or all of there: a gentle detoxification protocol, dietary changes, specific supplements, life style changes, exercise, etc tailored to your specific needs. In the majority of cases treatment can be implemented by you at home without the need for repeated visits to the centre; however Health Coaching and support is built in to this package to assist you through your treatment.

Supportive Treatments

Once on the prescribed treatment, some clients choose to support their system with other therapies toastiest healing.   This is not essential but will speed up your progress.   These include;

I am delighted to be able to report that the results our client’s achieve with this approach are outstanding and lasting in the vast majority of cases.

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