I am starting to worry about my over-use of Albuterol, and have read that merely changing the way you breathe can completely reverse the effects of asthma, with practice. I have also read that asthmatics become addicted to their inhalers and the body will produce an attack from very minute stimuli because it has a crutch.
So I concentrated throughout, and it took about an hour for symptoms to cease. I am left with a slightly sore feeling above the heart chakra that I guess I have to work on, and it got my umbilical hernia a bit upset for a second, but other than that, I am responding very well to things that usually get my lungs raspy again. I have a lot more control with a lot less need to concentrate on it, it seems. I feel kind of proud, because usually when I tell myself I'm gonna do this I cash-out early from impatience.
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Wow Amelia that is so awesome!
I have been told my numerous doctors that certain puffers and the steroids deplete vitamin stores in your body and can inhibit absorption of vitamins and minerals especially when taken regularly. I developed asthma when I smoked (first attack happened when I smoked an ounce of weed in a week - it was a good week despite the asthma attack lol). Anyway, I went through the whole steroids and puffers and I ended up using apple cider vinegar to help with attacks. I don't know why, but it helped both me and Being with our attacks and general congestion feelings. Both of our asthmas improved dramatically when we got rid of home and body environmental toxins too - chemical cleaners, sprays, chemical body care products etc; however, the full "cure" came when we both ceased to smoke. I am not saying any of these things will work for you, just sharing. I wish you much healing and recovery on your journey and I hope you remember to take care of yourself when you need to whether it be through breathing, puffer or whatever!
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Thanks a lot. =)