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PostSubject: What Are 3 Things I Can Do About Asthma?   Mon Mar 21, 2016 1:12 am

The Mayo Clinic, representing more
than 3,300 physicians, scientists and
researchers, says that it isn't clear
why only some people get asthma.
According to their research the cause
of asthma is genetic and
environmental. This means it is
passed on through families and triggered by
environmental exposure. Of course, there are cases
that are purely hereditary and cases that are purely
environmental. For example, a chronic smoker can
get asthma even if they have no genetic disposition.
For average people, the main concern is to
eliminate the environmental causes of asthma,
especially for young children who may develop the
disease from exposure. There is actually 3 things
you can do to greatly reduce the environmental
exposure to irritants that cause asthma.
The first thing is eliminating toxins. The big ones
are pet dander, Volatile Organic Compounds, such
as smoke, and dust. The grand majority of dust is
circulated through the home by the central heating
and cooling air duct systems. This is where duct
cleaning or proper window treatment and caulking
goes a long way. This is a simple step that gets big
results. Removing those pounds of dust is very
effective and it is important to keep dust from
coming in.
The second thing is looking out for is sulfates and
preservatives, such as those found in shrimp, dried
fruit, processed potatoes, beer and wine. In a
healthy adult, with a mature liver, these foods are
fine, but in growing children, for some reason, they
are linked to asthma attacks. Most of those foods
don't look like anything a kid would eat, but food
manufacturing companies have a nasty habit of
sneaking in preservatives, such as mono sodium
glutamate (MSG), under new and improved names
such as glutamate acid and so on. The big red flag in
the food preservation industry is the amount of
salt. Table salt doesn't really represent a threat, but
the salt in food is usually linked with long chain
organic preservatives such as sulfates that is shown
to lead to more frequent asthma attacks. The moral
of the story is: if you are buying groceries and you
notice a high amount of sodium, sulfates are also
likely present in that food.
The last and most important thing to avoid for
asthma is cold or polluted air. Weird how very frigid
air can provoke asthma, but a repeated strain on
the respiratory system in the form of cold air does
this. Then there is the obvious mainly considered
reason: pollution! In terms of pollution, we have
the most control by using electronic air filters for
our indoor air and regularly changing air filters like
in our cars. Those three things will give you deep,
fresh breathing!
Can you remember the last time you scheduled an
air duct cleaning? Have you ever? Has there been
construction in your neighborhood, kicking up dust?
Do you live near heavy traffic and the car pollutants
that come with it? Would you consider yourself at
risk for Asthma? Or do you just really enjoy a clean
and fresh indoor environment? Let Sears Carpet
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