Many children suffer from respiratory problems and in particular with the problem of breathing we call asthma. In fact, asthma in children is running rampant but as the child grows up, the symptoms of asthma slowly diminish and as adults, asthma is no longer present. Why is that so and why doctors cannot help children to overcome the symptoms of asthma in any other way than by temporary suppression of the symptoms?
What is asthma?
To increase the surface where the gases exchange from the blood and the atmosphere, lung’s tissue forms a ripple like spaces we call the alveoli.
In some occasions the alveoli contract and reduce the space where the air enters. This makes it more difficult for the air to enter and to exit the alveoli and at the same time it produces a wheezing sound. The tighter the alveoli gets, the smaller is its opening and the higher the pitch of wheezing sound that is produced. Since less air can enter the spasmodic alveoli, lesser amount of gases will be exchanged and we feel shortness of breath. This is what we call an asthmatic attack.
Why do so many children suffer from this respiratory problem and why are doctors unable to prevent this from happening?
Let us see what the “experts” have to say;
“In childhood asthma, the lungs and airways become easily inflamed when exposed to certain triggers, such as inhaling airborne pollen or catching a cold or another respiratory infection. Childhood asthma can cause bothersome daily symptoms that interfere with play, sports, school and sleep. In some children, unmanaged asthma can cause dangerous asthma attacks.”
ACAAI American college of asthma, allergies and immunology :
Tell your child’s pediatrician if anyone in your family has asthma or allergies, such as hay fever, hives or eczema. Both allergies and asthma run in families; if they run in yours, it’s more likely that your child will have them. If you have a family history of asthma or allergies, you may be referred to an allergist.
The allergist may perform skin or blood tests to see whether your child has allergies that can trigger asthmatic symptoms. These tests can be done at any age. The allergist also may prescribe one or more asthma medicines. If your child gets better while taking the medicine, it can be a signal that your child’s symptoms are due to asthma
I do not want to waste your time and quote more recognized and prestigious sources of medical information because they will tell you exactly the same.
So how do they recommend you help your children that suffer from asthma?
The goal of asthma treatment is to keep symptoms under control all of the time. Well-controlled asthma means that your child has:
- Minimal or no symptoms
- Few or no asthma flare-ups
- No limitations on physical activities or exercise
- Minimal use of quick-relief (rescue) inhalers, such as albuterol
- Few or no side effects from medications
Long-term control medications
Preventive, long-term control medications reduce the inflammation in your child’s airways that leads to symptoms. In most cases, these medications need to be taken every day.
Types of long-term control medications include:
- Inhaled corticosteroids. These medications include fluticasone (Flovent Diskus, Flovent HFA), budesonide (Pulmicort Flexhaler), mometasone (Asmanex), ciclesonide (Alvesco), beclomethasone (Qvar) and others. Your child may need to use these medications for several days to weeks before they reach their maximum benefit.Long-term use of these medications has been associated with slightly slowed growth in children, but the effect is minor. In most cases, the benefits of good asthma control outweigh the risks of any possible side effects.
- Leukotriene modifiers. These oral medications include montelukast (Singulair), zafirlukast (Accolate) and zileuton (Zyflo). They help prevent asthma symptoms for up to 24 hours.In rare cases, these medications have been linked to psychological reactions, such as agitation, aggression, hallucinations, depression and suicidal thinking. Seek medical advice right away if your child has any unusual reaction.
- Combination inhalers. These medications contain an inhaled corticosteroid plus a long-acting beta agonist (LABA). They include fluticasone and salmeterol (Advair Diskus, Advair HFA), budesonide and formoterol (Symbicort), fluticasone and vilanterol (Breo), and mometasone and formoterol (Dulera).In some situations, long-acting beta agonists have been linked to severe asthma attacks. For this reason, LABA medications should always be given to a child with an inhaler that also contains a corticosteroid. These combination inhalers should be used only for asthma that’s not well-controlled by other medications.
- Theophylline. This is a daily pill that helps keep the airways open. Theophylline (Elixophyllin, Theo-24, Uniphyl, others) relaxes the muscles around the airways to make breathing easier. It’s not used as often now as in past years.
ACAAI American college of asthma, allergies and immunology :
“Any asthma symptom, whether mild or severe, is always serious; even mild symptoms can quickly become life-threatening. Poorly controlled and undiagnosed asthma in small children can result in trips to the emergency room, hospital stays, missed workdays for parents and suffering that small children are unable to express. It’s very important that an asthmatic child receive proper treatment.
The treatment will depend on the severity and frequency of the symptoms. To deal with childhood asthma, the doctor may prescribe two types of medicines:
- Quick relief: Any child who has asthma needs a quick-relief medicine to treat the noisy part of the disease — the coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath that occur with symptoms or an asthma attack. This medicine (typically an inhaler) should be with the child at all times for use at the first sign of symptoms.
- Long-term control: This type of medicine is needed by some children to treat the quiet part of asthma — the inﬂammation of the airways. It is taken daily to prevent asthma symptoms and attacks.
Your child can take both medicines using an inhaler with a device called a holding chamber (which helps to ensure that all the medication reaches the lungs) or through a nebulizer, a machine that includes compressor tubing and a mask to help deliver the medication. Your child’s doctor, nurse or pharmacist can teach you how to use both so you can determine what works best.
Asthma medicines are very safe and effective when used as directed. Some studies have suggested that continued use of long-term control medicines can slightly slow a child’s growth, but being able to breathe outweighs this risk.
If medications don’t help, or your child can’t avoid asthma triggers, you’ll need to determine whether the symptoms are triggered by exposure to an allergen, such as pet dander or pollen. If that’s the case, allergy shots (immunotherapy) may be an option and are often recommended.
If you think that your child might have asthma, speak to your pediatrician or to an allergist. An allergist can help you create an asthma action plan so that you know when your child’s asthma is under control, when you need to change medicines and when emergency help is needed. An asthma action plan should have goals for your child’s asthma treatment and health.
Children with asthma should get a flu shot each fall. Those with egg allergies should not get the nasal-spray version of the flu vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The injected version of the vaccine does contain a very small amount of egg protein but generally causes no problems for those allergic to eggs. To be on the safe side, children who are allergic to eggs should get their flu shot in their doctor’s office, and not at a drugstore or a supermarket pharmacy.
With the right treatment, your child can sleep through the night, avoid missing time from day care or preschool and breathe easily.
Visit the asthma treatment page for more information.”
As I have said earlier there is no need to go any further in searching through the Internet as all the “scientifically” approved treatments are going to be the same no matter where you look.
Our scientifically approved books, doctors and the adverts basically tell us a story that describes asthma as a form of allergy that is caused by an allergen which has triggered an inflammatory reaction within the lungs causing alveoli to contract and reduce the air flow within our lungs.
Although sometime asthmatic symptoms may be caused by an allergic reaction, in a great majority of cases this is not what happens. Basically, what we are told about inflammation is totally wrong and this is why allergies and asthma are interpreted in the wrong way and the procedures doctors use are ineffective in healing this problem.
In one of my previous articles I have explained how asthma is triggered only in people whose lungs are dehydrated on the cellular level. If such people start to breath through their mouth, they start losing a great amount of water vapour. To prevent this rapid loss of moisture, alveoli reduce their opening which produces the symptoms we call asthma.
For alveoli to contract, a mechanism is turned into an action which we call inflammation.
. There is no pathogen necessary for this reaction to occur.
The health “experts” are telling us that only preventing the inflammation by utilizing antihistamine inhalers can control the symptoms of asthma. Further more they recommend that the people who are suffering from asthma, use daily medication to reduce the frequency and the intensity of asthmatic attacks. What a great business it is selling the poison and antidote. It is a permanent money flow for the medical and pharmaceutical industries based on peoples suffering. Not only that it is not aimed towards the healing of the problem, it makes it worse and creates new symptoms which we call diseases or the correct term for this is the side effects of the medicine.
So why do children suffer from asthma and why do most children outgrow this health problem as they get older?
Children are toxic. They have received many poisons through the vaccination, they were given toxic baby formula and baby food and seldom drink water. Combined this with a low salt intake, children become dehydrated and toxic on the cellular level. The bad eating habits continue since we do not know what healthy food is as we are led to believe how processed foods in the fancy packaging are healthy for us. The toxicity of the body increases.
Since children are very active they often start breathing through their mouth while playing. Now they start to lose a great amount of water so their body responds with closing the airflow in their lungs alveoli in an attempt to minimize the loss of water.
If a child uses an antihistamine inhaler, the normal reaction of the body to preserve water is prevented. The child can breath normally and continue with play but the lungs will be losing precious water so asthmatic attacks will be more frequent and stronger as more and more water is missing and the alveoli are drying up. So doctors recommend that the child be medicated all the time. What a terrible thing to do to a young body since there is nothing that is more toxic than a medicinal remedy.
Instead of using an inhaler it is enough for the child to sit and calm down forcing itself to breath through the nose. Breathing through the nose reduces the loss of moisture and as the buildup of carbon dioxide increases, it forces the alveoli to open and normal airflow will be re established. You may say that the body creates its own antihistamine effect.
Asthmatic children will reduce their playing time, they will not breath through their mouth as often and the frequency of asthma attacks will subside. As they get older they become less active and they will mostly breath through their noses so asthmatic attack will cease to manifest themselves.
Some people will have stressful lives and stress will speed up the blood circulation and the demand for oxygen becomes higher. This can make people to start hyperventilating and breath through their mouth causing asthmatic attack.
Since the requirement for asthmatic attack is cellular dehydration it is clear that allergies can provoke asthmatic attack since the culprit to allergies is cellular dehydration as well. So allergic reaction involving lungs will produce symptom of asthma.
The beauty of all of this is that now as you know the real reason the asthmatic attacks occurs you can not only control it, but you can prevent it from happening in the future by simply hydrating the body with water and sea salt. You will not only prevent asthma but you will eliminate allergies at the same time.
For better results I highly recommend that you correct your diet and stop poisoning your body.
You can always use the Self Healers Protocol as your guide or better yet have Skype consultation with me and accept my guidance.
With love and light.