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Childhood Asthma

Childhood AsthmaChildhood asthma is a common health problem among children. Generally, asthmatic attacks in children are triggered by dust, pollen, pollutants, and other allergens present in the environment. Viral and bacterial infections, strong fragrances, chemical fumes are other factors that can trigger Asthma in your child. While conventional medicines may provide optimum symptomatic relief in childhood asthma, a better approach is needed for a lasting result. Asthma Homeopathy Treatment For Child can effectively address the symptoms of childhood asthma and provide lasting relief.

Medicines used for Asthma Homeopathy Treatment For Child are free from side effects. It is recommended to consult with an expert Homeopathic doctor for effective Homeopathic treatment of Asthma in your child.

Lungs Function & Structure

Let us briefly understand the structure and the function of the lungs. The lungs are two cone shaped vital organs on either side of the chest, as shown in the figure. Air, which we breathe through the nose, enters into the lungs through the air-tube (called Trachea) which bifurcates into two tubes, each going to the respective lungs. Each of the bronchus (plural bronchi) branches into multiple, innumerous small tubes called bronchioles. The bronchioles lead to terminal sacs called alveoli. The air eventually passes through the bronchioles to the alveoli to exchange carbon dioxide (CO2) with Oxygen in return.

In the normal circumstances, there is a clear passage in the bronchi and the bronchioles facilitating effortless breathing process. In case of the asthmatic episode, due to certain factors the bronchi and the bronchioles go into ‘spasm’ leading to obstructed air passage (as shown in the figure II), not allowing the oxygen to go across. This is a typical phenomenon of the acute asthmatic episode.

So, asthmatic bronchitis is nothing but a disorder of the respiratory system whereby the lung tubes meet with episodic or chronic episodes of spasms, where the precipitating cause might differ from patient to patient and the frequency of attacks, the duration of attack as well as the intensity of the attack could vary from child to child.

Risk Factors of Asthma

The factors, which decide the intensity of the attack, are not only the external factors such as the strength of the allergens or irritants but it is the individual sensitivity (susceptibility) which decides the intensity of the breathlessness. Similarly, the same rules apply to frequency, the length of the attack. When said so, it is not difficult to derive that the Child Asthma is a disorder where one has to ascertain the ‘internal’ factors (such as the susceptibility of the patients) rather then just the external factors such as the food allergens. This understanding is quite vital with reference to the homeopathic approach to the treatment of asthma.

As a result of the entire process, which involves spasm and an inflammation of the lung tubules, the child may present with cough, difficult breathing (called dyspnea), panting and weakness.

Asthmatic Bronchitis: Causes of Asthma in Children

The causes of childhood asthma could be broadly categorized into:

I) Extrinsic (External) Factors Responsible for Childhood Asthma

They comprise of a wide range of allergies, which include allergens such as food allergens, pollutants (industrial pollution), chemicals (pest control), environmental factors (pollen, dust mites, cats, cockroaches, fungi, smoke, etc.), temperature intolerance (affected by the change in the atmospheric temperature). Physical exertion or exercise is known to induce asthmatic episode. Certain infections such as viral, bacterial or fungal infections often lead to asthmatic breathing.

Childhood Asthma Causes

(II) Intrinsic (Internal) Factors Causing Asthma in Children

The extrinsic factors alone cannot produce asthma, as not everyone who is exposed to the pollen develops asthma. Again, not everyone who is allergic to pollen develops asthma! This means, the very individual susceptibility is probably the most important aspect when we try to understand the causative factors responsible for childhood asthma. In other words, asthma is not merely a disease of the lungs but of the immune system.

Asthmatic episode is an outcome of the fundamental tendency or the susceptibility, which is genetically determined. (This is also true with a wide range of diseases.) Hereditary influences also decide the predisposition to asthma as children with a family history of asthma or allergy or eczema are more prone to asthma as compared to their counterpart who do not have such a family history.

Asthmatic Bronchitis Symptoms

Asthma in children comprises of a set of variable symptoms. The onset of asthma may have typical cold and coryza, running of the nose, sneezing, nose block, sore throat, with or without fever. Then the symptoms might settle to the chest producing cough and congestion, leading to the typical ‘chest spasm’ which is described as a ‘wheeze’ in common language. In medical language, we often call it ‘bronchospasm’, which is nothing but the spasm of the bronchus (bronchi). The wheeze obstructs the lung tubes to give a sense of breathlessness, called as ‘dyspnoea’. The breathless when intense or prolonged, gives panting, weakness and exhaustion due to inadequate oxygenation.

Coughing may be a constant accompanied symptom, which may be either a spasmodic, barking, hacking or violent. It is not difficult to anticipate an attack of breathlessness when the child starts having so called ‘asthmatic cough’. The quality of cough may be either dry (non-productive) or wet (productive). There may be secretion of fluid in the lung tubes producing even more difficult respiration. It may come out as sputum (expectoration). Many times the process of expectoration itself may bring more strain and hence breathlessness. Sometimes, release of sputum or expectoration may give relief in breathlessness due to partial clearing of the air-passage.

There is a possibility that the attack of asthma may begin all of a sudden without any preceding cold or cough. The cases are not uncommon where the parents would find children waking up in the middle of night with severe attack of asthma.

It may be noted that cough may be absolutely absent during the entire episode of asthma.

Some of the factors, which influence the level of severity during an acute attack of asthma, may be noted with interest. Some children have the predisposition to have the attack getting worse during some specific time, say 2 or 3 am early morning or on rising up in the morning. While some would feel comfortable only during certain body postures such as sitting erect or lying on a particular side of the body. Some are better when being carried on the shoulder or having little warm water.

If we carefully examine the symptoms of asthma, we shall find that although the basic symptoms remain the same, the exact symptoms vary from child to child. This suggests that every case of asthma calls for individual attention in order to cure it.

Asthmatic Bronchitis Diagnosis with Clinical Tests

A typical and full-fledged episode of asthma could be diagnosed without difficulty by parents as well as by the suffering child. The clinical symptoms of cough, wheezing and labored breathing are suggestive of the diagnosis of asthma. When the attending physician auscultates the chest with a stethoscope, a diagnostic broncho-spasm (wheeze) may be found which confirms the diagnosis.

Additional clinical test with a small device called Spirometer which is used to decide the flow of air inhaled and exhaled. In brief, this device is used to judge the extent of the airway obstruction. The tests with the Spirometer are also called Pulmonary Functions tests (PFT).

Treatment for Child Asthma

Asthma Homeopathy Treatment For Child

Child asthma finds amazing cure with homeopathic treatment. Many pediatricians (child specialist doctors) in India opt for getting their own children treated for asthma using homeopathy. Homeopathy drastically reduces the frequency of attacks of asthma, reduce severity as well as duration of attack. Also, after using Asthma Homeopathy treatment for Child, most children may not required use of steroid inhalers as often. It also helps reducing the frequency of colds.

What to Expect From Homeopathic Treatment?

  • Reduction in attacks of asthma and wheezing
  • Reduction in severity of attack of asthma
  • Reduced attack of frequent colds and cough
  • Better immunity, better appetite and weight gain if child is underweight
  • Reduced need for bronchodilators, steroid, antibiotics
  • Reduction in frequent attacks of upper respiratory infections such as Tonsillitis, sinusitis, ear infection, etc.

What is the Duration of Asthma Homeopathy Treatment for Child?

Most children (and adults) observe results in about eight weeks. The duration of treatment depends on several factors. Most children may require treatment for over eight months.

What is the Limitation of Asthma Homeopathy Treatment for Child?

Homeopathic medicines enhance overall immunity and reduce the attacks of asthma. However, during the acute and severe attacks, it may not help. You may require to take conventional medicines during acute attacks, and the homeopathic treatment may be continued. Both the treatment can go hand in hand without any interference.

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