Asthma and Prostatitis

    Asthma and Prostatitis

    Maxwell Chan / December 20, 2017

    Asthma is a long-term condition that affects your airways – the tubes that carry air in and out of your lungs. You could say that someone with asthma has ‘sensitive’ airways that are inflamed and ready to react when they come into contact with something they don’t like.

    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) ( which is strongly tied with asthma) is the backward flow of acid from the stomach into the esophagus (food tube connecting the mouth to the stomach).

    GERD can decrease gastrointestinal motility (i.e. movement of food in the bowels) and cause constipation.

    Asthma tends to run in families, especially when there’s also a history of allergies and smoking.

    When a person with asthma comes into contact with something that irritates their sensitive airways even more (an asthma trigger), it causes their body to react in three ways:

    1. the muscles around the walls of the airways tighten so that the airways become narrower
    2. the lining of the airways becomes inflamed and starts to swell
    3. sticky mucus or phlegm sometimes builds up, which can narrow the airways even more.

    These reactions cause the airways to become narrower and irritated – making it difficult to breathe and leading to asthma symptoms, such as chest tightness, wheezing, or coughing.

    Most doctors know Blood pressure is major asthma.’s problem.

    By Complementary and Integrated Medicine, once asthma patient gets Prostatitis problem, it indicated the patient’s kidney function already get affected.

    Solution: for Asthma patient’s Prostatitis problem, to strength the patient’s kidney function is the effective solution for Prostatitis issue

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