Asthma is one of the many prevalent diseases of the airways. Asthma makes breathing troublesome and can make some physical exercises difficult or even unthinkable.In every breath we take, air goes through the nasal passage, into the windpipes, through the trachea and eventually making it to the lungs.
Bronchioles and alveoli are responsible for the immense oxygenation of blood through their surface area, and when the air itself is not able to reach the lungs, that is when Asthma occurs, i.e. when the lining of the airways swell and the muscles constrict. Mucus fills the airways as an inflammatory response which further reduces the amount of air that can pass through. This phenomenon is known as an asthma “attack,” the coughing and tightness in your chest is typical of asthma.
Sinusitis, a.k.a rhinosinusitis, is an inflammation of the mucous membranes that line the sinuses resulting in various symptoms. Some of the common symptoms consist of thick nasal mucus, a plugged nose, and facial pain (usually near the nose and under the eyes), whereas other signs may include frequent fever, headaches, loss of smell, sore throat, and coughing
People have four pairs of sinuses (cavities that produce the mucous necessary for nasal passages), hollow spaces behind the facial bones. At RJM Herbal Care, we incorporate natural treatment of sinusitis that has NO SIDE EFFECTS.
Sleep related breathing disorders or otherwise known as SBD are often related to other types of diseases that can occur in the human body, if the person isn't able to breathe properly, then he/she won't be able to sleep properly. Not having enough sleep can spiral into a plethora of diseases, one of them being migraine.
Studies have found that there is an increased risk of developing migraines if there is a pre-existing condition of a sleep related breathing disorder(SBD), which may be thought of as a trigger or a predisposing factor for migraine development.
We at RJM Herbal Care, centre for Natural Treatment in Siddha & Ayurveda,follow the Siddha system of healing. The word Siddha comes from the word Siddhi, which means an object to heavenly bliss. The system is believed to be developed by the 18 Siddhars. Siddhars are the ancient spiritual saints of India. SIDDHA is fully based on five elements. A deep bond is said to have been found between the outer world and the inner system of mankind.
Siddhars were ancient holy saints and extraordinary scientists who had achieved mind boggling results in the field of medicine. Unfortunately limited recognition of this magnificent and efficient system has resulted in a deterioration of skilled specialists.
A significant part of the viability of the treatment depends on the professional who other than having extraordinary medicinal ability ought to likewise be an individual of immaculate profound and moral fiber. Dr. R. MANGALESWARAN went through a 5 ½ year B.S.M.S course (Bachelor of Siddha Medicine & Surgery) and got a government registration (No: 3831) under the Tamilnadu Dr.MGR medical university.
Some important questions that may help you understand
What is a breathing disorder?
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease a.k.a COPD is a term that is used to refer to lung disorders such as emphysema, chronic bronchitis, and sometimes chronic asthma. People having COPD, have problems related to breathing, chronic cough, fatigue and chest tightening.
What are Sleep-related Breathing Disorders?
Sleep related Breathing Disorders otherwise known as SBDs are usually identifiable as having difficulty in breathing during sleep, they are classified under Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Central Sleep Apnea (CSA), Sleep-related hypoventilation and sleep-related hypoxemia disorder.
What are the first signs of a Migraine?
Intense, throbbing pain, sensitivity to light and sound, along with occasional instances of nausea and vomiting are the symptoms of a migraine. It is not easy for someone to identify the problems on their own if they are experiencing it for the first time, there are chances that people disregard it as a simple headache.
What are the fastest ways to get rid of a migraine?
There are many home remedies that may prove useful, but it advised to always check with professional medical help if none of these steps work:
• Use a Cold pack on forehead to reduce throbbing
• By using a Heating Pad or Hot Compress
• Soothing Pressure on Scalp or Head
• Use Dim Lighting
• Don't eat hard foods that require chewing
• Practice Meditation and try Sleeping