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What Is Bronchial Asthma





What is bronchial asthma? It is the name given to the standard type of asthma. Having any form of asthma means that the airways going to your lungs are very sensitive and easily irritated. For some people with asthma, their airways are always a little irritated. These are the very unfortunate ones. For others they might not notice any irritation at all during a normal day.

When We Breathe

human lung For all of us whether we have bronchial asthma or not, when you take a breath, air comes in through your nose or mouth. It then travels through many different tubes or passageways called airways and ends up in your lungs. Your lungs are usually very flexible. When you take a breath and they fill with air, your lungs expand very easily. When you breathe out they go back to normal. So unless something unusual happens, you don't even think about it, you just breathe.

More People Have Asthma Than You Might Think

Recent asthma statistics, show that there are approximately twenty million people in the United States alone with either bronchial asthma or one of the other types of asthma. Many of these people have to think about breathing every day of their lives. The others are reminded from time to time by an asthma attack that they shouldn't take their breathing for granted.

Basic Asthma Explanation

Here is a simple explanation of bronchial asthma which applies to the other asthma types as well. This should help you to understand what is happening inside your respiratory system. As we mentioned earlier, if you have asthma, your tubes or airways that carry air into your lungs are way more sensitive than normal. If your airways could talk, they would tell you in very strong terms to stay away from and don't do certain things. OR ELSE!

Unfortunately your airways can't talk. So you have no idea what those certain 'things' are that your airways just can't stand. But just because you don't know any better doesn't let you off the hook when you do come into contact with those things. Your airways are still going to make your life miserable for a while after you do. It is up to you to figure out what those things are.

Asthma Triggers

There is a name for those things that irritate your airways. They are called asthma triggers. You might have only one specific asthma trigger or you could have a whole bunch of them. Nobody seems to have the same list of things on their trigger list. And even if you do have the same list as somebody else, you will probably both be affected in a different way when you come in contact with the same things. Make sure to check out the asthma triggers page for a list of all the possible triggers for your bronchial asthma.

Irritated Airways

So what happens when you do come in contact with one of your asthma triggers?
  • The insides of your irritated airways start to swell. You no longer have plenty of room in your airways for the air to go back and forth to your lungs.
  • The muscles around the outside of your airways are now trying to squeeze your airways shut. That makes the inside of your airways too small for the air to get through like it used to.
  • As if things weren't bad enough already, your airways now start to fill with gunk (or mucus) from being irritated. There is not much room left in your airways for you to breathe without a struggle.

Asthma Signs And Symptoms

Once those three things listed above start to happen, it is now time for the fun to begin. We call them your asthma signs and symptoms and they define what having asthma is really all about. Except for maybe cough variant asthma, other types of asthma (including bronchial asthma) all have similar symptoms. Now that you've made the mistake of getting your airways irritated, you are going to have to put up with the following results.

Sometimes they can be rather mild and other times they can be extremely bad. If these symptoms don't go away after a while, but continue to get worse, you could have a life threatening acute asthma attack. You will need to seek IMMEDIATE medical attention!

  • Coughing - this is usually called an asthma cough where that gunk from your airways comes out when you cough.
  • Wheezing - this is where you make a kind of whistling sound, usually when you breathe out. This is caused by your airways being so small and plugged up with gunk.
  • Tightness, pain or pressure in your chest. Your muscles are getting very tight and trying to squeeze your airways shut.
  • Shortness Of Breath - you are having a very hard time taking a deep breath, so you have to take short, quick breaths.
These are the main 4 asthma symptoms, but there are others you might have to deal with. You can find out more about them from the asthma signs and symptoms page.

Natural Allergy and Asthma Treatment

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It is called the Dramatic Asthma Relief Report .
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Asthma Treatment

Your bronchial asthma will not go away by itself. But don't believe anyone when they tell you that there is no cure for your asthma. It is true that asthma prescription medications can't cure asthma, but there are plenty of natural treatments and remedies available that many people have used and are now asthma free.

So you have a couple of choices when choosing a treatment for your bronchial asthma:

  • Prescription Asthma Medications

    Prescription asthma medications will do their best to keep your bronchial asthma symptoms under some sort of control. But they don't always work, so you will need to keep an additional emergency medication (usually in an inhaler) nearby at all times. And since these meds don't cure anything, you are looking at a lifetime of using them. You might want to find out all about the long term dangerous side effects that are possible from these asthma medications.
  • Natural Asthma Treatments And Remedies

    There are multiple natural asthma treatments and remedies available that you have to choose from. Their focus is to get your immune system functioning as it should. They will also strengthen your body so that it is able to heal any damage done by your asthma. And this is all done without any dangerous side effects. In fact, you can use these natural treatments right alongside of your prescription meds until you no longer need them. How cool is that?

A Drug-Free, Medically-Proven Home Treatment Program

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Become free of your dependency on asthma medication and its side effects.
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Be relieved of the agony of watching your child struggle for breath.
Quit spending all your cash on prescription drugs and hospital visits.


The natural treatments and remedies discussed on this website are listed below. I would encourage you to check them out and pick the one that is right for you. Get started today and your bronchial asthma could be a thing of the past very soon.

There are also some great ebooks available that discuss different natural cures for asthma that are helping people to kiss their bronchial asthma (all asthma types really) goodbye forever. I've listed some of them below:






Go from this 'Bronchial Asthma' page to the 'Asthma Types' page.




Other Useful Links:

'Asthma Help - This asthma help page will provide you with all of the asthma information you ever wanted to know in one location. The best part is that it is in easy to understand language that you will be able to understand.'

'What is Asthma - Not only will you find the answer to the question of what is asthma, but you will find out what causes asthma and what your asthma symptoms are.'

'What Causes Asthma - Find out what really causes your asthma symptoms. Is there anything you can do about it? Learn exactly what is happening when you have an asthma attack.'

'Asthma Signs and Symptoms - Asthma signs and symptoms are those things like wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and others that we get when we have asthma and our airways get irritated. Learn what happens when our airways get irritated by what are called asthma triggers.'

'Asthma Triggers - Asthma triggers are the reason that you have an asthma attack. Find out what kinds of things can be on your asthma triggers list and what treatment options you have.'

'Asthma Attack - An asthma attack is what happens when someone with asthma comes in contact with or does something on their asthma triggers list. Find out all the details here.'

'Asthma Attack Cause - You definitely have an asthma attack cause so we will help you to determine what it is. You might even have more than one cause. Once you determine your cause or causes you can do your best to avoid them and reduce your number of asthma attacks.'

'Asthma Attack Symptoms - No matter what type of asthma you have, your asthma attack symptoms will similar to those from every other type of asthma with one exception. learn what these symptoms are and what causes them.'

'Acute Asthma Attack - An acute asthma attack is a life threatening situation. Find out what is happening to your body when you have this kind of attack and what you should do.'

'Asthma Types - Learn all about the different asthma types such as exercise induced asthma, cough variant asthma, allergy induced asthma, adult onset asthma, childhood asthma, cardiac asthma and more.'

'Asthma Medication - Learn how your prescription asthma medication tries to reduce your asthma symptoms, but not to cure you of asthma. Learn about the different short term and long term medications, how they work, and their possible dangerous side effects.'

'Chronic Asthma Treatment - A chronic asthma treatment plan should include reducing your asthma signs and symptoms, identifying and avoiding your asthma triggers, healing and improving your respiratory system, minimizing the side effects of your prescription medications, and curing your asthma.'

'Asthma Herbs - Asthma herbs offer an excellent asthma treatment solution. The right herbs can reduce and eliminate your asthma symptoms. They can also heal and strengthen the lungs, airways and the immune system.'

'Asthma Prevention - Use these asthma prevention tips to eliminate your exposure to asthma triggers and to reduce the number of asthma attacks that you have.'

'Asthma Statistics - Disturbing asthma statistics like 20 million people in the US have asthma, 40,000 people miss work or school every day because of their asthma symptoms, 30,000 people have asthma attacks every day ...'

'Asthma Peak Flow Meter

'Best Treatments For Asthma - The best treatments for asthma are those that can eliminate your asthma symptoms without any dangerous side effects. These treatments should not have to last for an extended period of time.'

'Natural Cures For Asthma - Natural cures for asthma will do what your asthma medications won't - cure your asthma! Would you like to be free of your asthma symptoms once and for all? Then check out these natural cures that are working for more and more people every day.'

Natural Respiratory Health Products - A listing of the best natural products available.

Current Asthma Treatment - Is your current asthma treatment the best option available? Find out what the best asthma treatments must and can do. Don't settle for partial relief when there is somethig better.'

'New Asthma Treatments - Are there any new asthma treatments that work better than the standard treatments? If you are looking for new asthma treatments that will eliminate your asthma then you should consider natural cures for asthma.'

'Asthma Causes and Treatments - Learn all about the different asthma causes and treatments. There are many different things that can cause your asthma attacks. Learn which asthma treatments work and which ones don't. It is very possible to be asthma free in a very short time. Learn how here.'

'Non Allergic Asthma - Non Allergic Asthma is one of the two major classifications of asthma. Learn what it is and how it differs from allergic asthma.'

'Allergy Induced Asthma - Learn what allergy induced asthma really is and what you can expect if you have it. Find out what causes it.'

'How To Treat Asthma - Learn how to treat asthma so that you never have another asthma symptom. Why treat your asthma with prescription medications for the rest of your life. Why not treat it with something that will actually cure it?'



Herbal Products

Claritose - Natural allergy relief for all your symptoms.

Respitrol - Relieves wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness and much more.

Biovent Drops - Supports healthy lungs and helps keep air passages open.

Triple Complex BronchoSoothe - Relieves tightening of the chest to open airways.

Asthma Aid - Soothes and strengthens the lungs and helps rebuild your immune system.

Respirator - Helps tone the lungs, expels mucus, clears your airways, and relaxes your breathing.

Breath Ease Spray - Provides sinus congestion relief.

B-Eaze Oil - Helps clear nasal passages and loosens mucus.

Immune Booster - Boosts your immune system to help fight disease, colds, and flu.

Allergy Aid - Contains 12 different herbs to help reduce allergies.

Bronchitis - Contains 11 herbs to help open bronchial passages and prevent infections.


Types of Asthma

Bronchial Asthma

Pediatric Asthma

Exercise Induced Asthma

Cough Variant Asthma

Allergy Induced Asthma

Asthma in Children

Acute Asthma

Adult Onset Asthma



We highly recommend that you always keep your doctor informed about what treatments you are pursuing.
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