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Asthma is a chronic disease in which inflammation causes airways to swell and restrict airflow in and out of the lungs, making it difficult to breathe. Asthma can either be allergic or non-allergic. The most common form of asthma is allergic, in which an allergic reaction to an inhaled irritant, such as pet dander, pollen, or dust mites, triggers an attack. The immune system springs into action, but instead of helping, it causes inflammation.
Non-allergic asthma does not involve the immune system. Attacks can be triggered by stress, anxiety, cold air, smoke, or a virus. Some people have symptoms only when they exercise, a condition known as exercise-induced asthma.
Asthma symptoms include; shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, and cough. According to the NIH, one in 12 people (about 25 million, or 8% of the population) have asthma while more than 53% of those people have yearly asthma attacks. Over 4000 adults die from asthma every year. While there is no cure for asthma, it can be controlled.
Recent scientific findings are suggesting that the most effective methods of naturally alleviating long-term asthma symptoms are through the use of dietary supplements.
But how do you know which nutrients are backed by scientific research and studies? Read on to see the list we have compiled regarding the top nutrients which help lower instances of asthma attacks...
The Science Behind the Ingredients:
A double-blind crossover study concludes that "sustained release choline prevents overnight bronchoconstriction" Read Study
An experimental study reports that "quercetin proved in laboratory conditions its ability to reduce hyperactivity of airways, one of the main attributes of allergic asthma" Read Study
A randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study published in the Official Publication of the American College of Chest Physicians Journal suggests that "intravenous MgSO4 decreased admission rate and improved FEV1 in patients with acute severe asthma" Read Study
A research study indicates that "α-lipoic acid may be useful as adjuvant therapy for bronchial asthma" Read Study
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial conveys that zinc gluconate supplementation resulted in "significant improvements in clinical symptoms such as coughing, wheezing, and dyspnea" Read Study
A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel group study comes to the conclusion that "vitamin D has a definite role in the management of moderate to severe persistent bronchial asthma as an adjunct to standard treatment" Read Study
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Asthma Relief is a natural formula specifically created to help people suffering from asthma. While Asthma Relief is not an alternative for quick relief medications such as bronchodilators, it is a long-term solution. The current long-term control methods for asthma are drugs, such as corticosteroids or leukotriene modifiers, that need to be taken daily. These medications have severe side-effects, especially when consumed on a daily basis, such as; upset stomach, increased blood sugar and blood pressure, increased hunger and weight gain, behavior changes, trouble sleeping, irritability and more.
However, Asthma Relief takes a different approach. Filled with fresh ingredients, backed by clinical studies and scientific research for being statistically significant methods of treating asthma, Asthma Relief is a natural alternative to the mainstream. What makes Asthma Relief so different is that it naturally strengthens your airways and reduces inflammation so that asthma attacks are much less frequent and severe to the point of stopping the attacks altogether. Expect to start seeing results in 3-6 months of regular daily intake.
Links & Articles
2. Choline supplementation reduces oxidative stress in mouse model of allergic airway disease
3. Acute bronchodilator effect of quercetin in experimental allergic asthma
4. Anti-inflammatory activity of quercetin and isoquercitrin in experimental murine allergic asthma
5. Intravenous Magnesium Sulfate as an Adjunct in the Treatment of Acute Asthma
6. Intravenous magnesium sulfate for treating adults with acute asthma in the emergency department
7. α-Lipoic acid inhibits airway inflammation and hyperresponsiveness in a mouse model of asthma
8. Effect of zinc supplementation in children with asthma: a randomized, placebo-controlled trial in northern Islamic Republic of Iran
9. Zinc and copper status in children with bronchial asthma
10. Effect of vitamin D supplementation on moderate to severe bronchial asthma
11. Vitamin D Levels, Lung Function, and Steroid Response in Adult Asthma