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DIAGNOSIS: ASTHMA

Asthma Allergy Relief

If you want Asthma allergy relief, a physician always thinks in terms of chemicals. Now, medications can certainly help after you’ve been exposed to allergens. However, if you remove the allergens which create the problem, this can be a more effective way of ridding yourself of the problem. Allergy relief can sometimes come in many forms, but you won’t have the problem if you can rid yourself of the thing which creates the problem. Sometimes that’s impossible. If pollen is your main offending component to the symptoms, you’re just going to have to deal with it with chemicals and medications. Since allergies are a thing you’ll tend to have your whole life, you grow to know the things which trigger them, over time. If, every time you eat potatoes, for example, you have a stabbing pain between your shoulder blades… you have an allergy. Now how could potatoes have anything to do with pain in your upper back? Well, potatoes, themselves, oftentimes aren’t the culprit. Since they’re grown underground, they tend to have fungus on them. The fungus, then, is the offending culprit. Well, how does fungus cause pain in your back? That doesn’t make sense. You know there’s a direct association, because eating either potato chips, or potato salad can cause it. The next day after eating either of those substances sometimes causes severe pain in one area of your scapula (shoulder blade), lets say. What’s happening is probably the fungus is a neurotoxin. Mycotoxins affect muscles. That’s where they ‘myo’ comes from. Muscles, when they’ve been over- strained, throughout the years can have what are called ‘trigger points’ which set up in the muscles in an attempt to splint the damaged muscle. That causes stiffness, but can also be the central weak place which exhibits the pain, more, when your system is affected by mycotoxins. So, allergy relief can come in the form of eliminating the foods which are causing you problems. What other ways can food affect your system? Well, when you’re allergic to something that you breathe in, the symptoms sometimes occur in your bronchial tubes; however, realize that it might affect other parts of your body as well. If you have constant post-nasal drip, for example, where slimy mucus runs down from inside your nose, and passes down your throat. That’s possibly also an allergic reaction. Allergies pop up in strange ways. That mucus has to go somewhere, and where it goes is your stomach. Therefore, your stomach might become inflamed. If that occurs, you’ll have stomach pains, and possibly think you even have an ulcer. If the allergen makes its way into your intestines, your intestines might be affected. If that’s the case then ‘colitis-like’ symptoms might occur. Or, your colon might start to spasm, which causes diarrhea. You body eliminates offending poisons in the same manner; so the jittering of the colon is just interpreted as ‘something is in my colon that shouldn’t be there’. If you want allergy relief, find out what you’re allergic to, and eliminate it!

Asthma Allergy Relief

If you want Asthma allergy relief, a physician always thinks in terms of chemicals. Now, medications can certainly help after you’ve been exposed to allergens. However, if you remove the allergens which create the problem, this can be a more effective way of ridding yourself of the problem. Allergy relief can sometimes come in many forms, but you won’t have the problem if you can rid yourself of the thing which creates the problem. Sometimes that’s impossible. If pollen is your main offending component to the symptoms, you’re just going to have to deal with it with chemicals and medications. Since allergies are a thing you’ll tend to have your whole life, you grow to know the things which trigger them, over time. If, every time you eat potatoes, for example, you have a stabbing pain between your shoulder blades… you have an allergy. Now how could potatoes have anything to do with pain in your upper back? Well, potatoes, themselves, oftentimes aren’t the culprit. Since they’re grown underground, they tend to have fungus on them. The fungus, then, is the offending culprit. Well, how does fungus cause pain in your back? That doesn’t make sense. You know there’s a direct association, because eating either potato chips, or potato salad can cause it. The next day after eating either of those substances sometimes causes severe pain in one area of your scapula (shoulder blade), lets say. What’s happening is probably the fungus is a neurotoxin. Mycotoxins affect muscles. That’s where they ‘myo’ comes from. Muscles, when they’ve been over-strained, throughout the years can have what are called ‘trigger points’ which set up in the muscles in an attempt to splint the damaged muscle. That causes stiffness, but can also be the central weak place which exhibits the pain, more, when your system is affected by Mycotoxins. So, allergy relief can come in the form of eliminating the foods which are causing you problems. What other ways can food affect your system? Well, when you’re allergic to something that you breathe in, the symptoms sometimes occur in your bronchial tubes; however, realize that it might affect other parts of your body as well. If you have constant post-nasal drip, for example, where slimy mucus runs down from inside your nose, and passes down your throat. That’s possibly also an allergic reaction. Allergies pop up in strange ways. That mucus has to go somewhere, and where it goes is your stomach. Therefore, your stomach might become inflamed. If that occurs, you’ll have stomach pains, and possibly think you even have an ulcer. If the allergen makes its way into your intestines, your intestines might be affected. If that’s the case then ‘colitis- like’ symptoms might occur. Or, your colon might start to spasm, which causes diarrhea. You body eliminates offending poisons in the same manner; so the jittering of the colon is just interpreted as ‘something is in my colon that shouldn’t be there’. If you want allergy relief, find out what you’re allergic to, and eliminate it!
DIAGNOSIS: ASTHMA