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Get Rid Of Your Respiratory Problems The Modern Way, With The Innovative Ultrasonic Salt Particle Dispenser

Get Rid Of Your Respiratory Problems The Modern Way With The Innovative Ultrasonic Salt Particle Dispenser

If you are suffering from respiratory problems, there is a simple and effective way of getting relief from the problem. Salt Therapy is not a new, modern age discovery. It has been around for years but its popularity has been spreading across the globe in recent years because patients suffering from respiratory disorders are discovering the amazing benefits of this simple, hassle-free, non-invasive therapy that produces real results.

Why Use Salt Therapy

Salt Therapy can improve your breathing and clear the upper respiratory system to help you breathe easy. It is also proven effective in treatment of conditions such as asthma, COPD and shortness of breath. In the medieval times, patients were taken deep inside salt caves by monks to provide them relief from asthma and other breathing problems. You won’t have to spend time, money and energy hunting for a salt cave in today’s hi-tech age because innovative doctors and therapists have developed a simple, user-friendly device that can deliver the same benefits in a very convenient manner.

SaltAir Device

The Modern Device Mimics Salt Cave Characteristics

Ultrasonic particle dispenser is a revolutionary device, designed to convert saline solution that consists of plain water and salt, into microscopic salt particles. These salt particles travel into the deeper areas of the lungs and kill harmful bacteria. It also clear the mucus which often obstructs the airway passages making breathing difficult and leading to respiratory issues.

Salt Therapy is an effective way of reducing inflammation. Salt particles have anti inflammatory properties and also humidify the respiratory tract. As it helps improve the intake of oxygen into the blood stream, you can feel a sense of well-being.

Other Key Benefits

Another important advantage of using ultrasonic salt particle dispenser is that it can clean the air within a room by removing harmful bacteria and dust particles. It is designed for convenience of use and can be placed on any flat surface near you. Regular use for approximately seven to eight hours daily can provide immense and long term relief from respiratory problems. It can also be used as a preventive tool. Use it proactively to prevent asthma attacks or respiratory infections. It is safe for use for everyone including expecting mothers and small kids and does not interfere with any medications that you might be using.

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All-Natural Bronchitis Antidote Treatment

What is Bronchitis?

This type of illness causes much swelling and inflammation within the bronchi, where the inflammation may be either acute or chronic.

With chronic bronchitis, sufferers normally have a daily cough with production of mucus, where the swelling of the airway lining causes obstructions as well as narrowing within the airways. The inflammation produces a large amount of mucus, which causes even more obstruction within the airways, whereby a bacterial infection may eventually set in. Most chronic cases increase the chances of bacterial infections within the lungs.

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Acute bronchitis, on the other hand, is normally a viral infection but may at times be bacterial, though it heals well without many complications.

Symptoms

  • Persistent cough with or without mucus
  • Chest tightness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Difficulty in getting enough air into the lungs

Bronchitis Treatment

There are many pharmacologic treatments available for both chronic and acute bronchities, though as with any man-made substances, it leads to other complications and side-effects such as allergies and even autoimmune issues.

Much scientific evidence has been put into the development of the Saltair home therapy device, which indicates that salt therapy eases many of the symptoms experienced from those suffering from bronchitis.

Bronchitis relief is at hand when utilising the Saltair device, which may be used as a complimentary or an alternative treatment option within the comfort of your own home.

Salt therapy has been proven to:

  • Clear away mucous within the airways leading to better airflow
  • Reduce inflammation in the airway having anti-inflammatory properties
  • Improve overall lung functioning and better blood oxygenation
  • Clear unwanted particles from inside of the lungs
  • Helps in killing off the bacteria and viruses found within the respiratory system

Benefits of salt therapy include:

  • You will be able to breathe much easier after a few sessions
  • Alleviate shortness of breath as well as chest tightness
  • Feel better overall as it strengthens the immune system as well
  • Be able to decrease dosages on antibiotics or even stop taking pharmacologic medications over all
  • Handle better the triggers regarding respiratory illnesses
  • Improve the overall quality of your life

With salt therapy you can be assured there are no side effects, non-invasive and effective long-term or preventative treatment. Looking after your health, will lead to a better you in all aspects!

 

 

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Understanding Respiratory Allergies – Diagnose and Treatment

How are Allergies Diagnosed?

A respiratory allergy can start with a common stuffy nose and eventually progress in time to coughing and difficult breathing.

When visiting a doctor, you will get a series of questions to identify the cause. You would be asked about your exposure and reaction to different allergens, personal and family full medical history to identify allergies that may run in your family and exclude other disorders with similar symptoms.  The doctor may ask you to pay close attention for a period of time to possible allergenic factors and reactions.

The doctor will choose a testing method, most common an allergic skin test. This is done on allergenic groups, such as : food allergies, insect sting, dust/mites, molds-family, common drugs (penicillin-family antibiotics, etc).  A small amount of allergenic substance is scratched on the skin, and after half an hour the doctor looks for a reaction – swelling, itchiness and redness at the site of scratch. That indicates an allergic reaction to the specific allergen scratched on the skin. The doctor may also ask for blood test to look for specific blood markers, such as IgE antibodies associated with allergic reaction.

Before the skin test, the doctor may measure the lung functions and repeat this after inhaling an anti-inflammatory drug, to determine the presence of an inflammatory reaction in the respiratory system.   

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What are the Treatments for Allergies?

The most effective treatment for allergies is to avoid the allergenic triggers. This can be difficult sometimes because some of them cannot be avoided (such as outside mold found all year around in the air) or are not clearly identified.  

The most common medications for allergies are antihistamines which block the body overreaction to allergens. In severe allergic reactions, anti-inflammatory steroids are usually prescribed and in emergency situations, epinephrine injections (epipen) are used to bring quick relief and restore normal breathing.

allergic reaction

The allergic reactions can manifest as skin allergies, respiratory allergies or even other body general symptoms, such as diarrhea, headaches, etc.

Skin allergies are known as atopic dermatitis (eczema) and contact dermatitis.  They are treated usually topical, with hydrocortisone or other anti-inflammatory steroid, or sometimes orally.  

Respiratory allergies can manifest in different ways. Sometimes the symptoms are localized only in the upper respiratory system, mostly nasal passages, but they can progress with time and affect the lung functions as well. Hay fever or allergic rhinitis, when the nasal passages are affected, is usually treated with nasal corticosteroid spray on long term.

When the lung functions are affected as a result of allergens, allergic asthma is diagnosed. The symptoms here include: coughing, difficult breathing or shortness of breath, low oxygen level in the blood, as a result of allergic inflammation on the respiratory system.  Read more here about types of  asthma and treatment.

For food, insect stings and drug allergies the best treatment is to avoid the food and drugs that cause an allergic reaction. If the reaction is not strong the doctor may prescribe antihistamines or topical creams to relieve the itchiness and slow down the reaction.  In severe reactions the doctor will prescribe epinephrine injections to prevent an anaphylactic shock.