Relieve Your Asthma
Can I live a normal life without fear of an asthma attack or asthma medication?
Chances are high your asthma keeps you from doing the things you'd really like to do. You always have to carry your inhaler around and if your asthma is severe enough, you can't go to far from home and your nebulizer.
And do you wish your medication didn't make you feel jittery? Do you worry about the long term effects and cost of using it?
Wouldn't it be great to be free of those medications, go hiking in the mountains, ride your bicycle with your friends or have a good laugh without fear of an asthma attack?
Yes, it is possible with a simple breathing technique and breath retraining.
I believe there is no need for asthma and the way it holds you back from the things you'd like to do. I know this because I once had asthma. I've not had an asthma attack or used any medication in over nine years; click here to read my story.
Simply put, Asthma is a breathing problem that causes constriction of the lungs. I find those with asthma, children and adults, breathe differently than they should. They may be mouth breathers or breathe with their chest. I often find their breathing mechanics are incorrect.
When you change your breathing the severity and frequency of your asthma attacks lessen. There is a simple breathing technique that stops an asthma attack much like your rescue inhaler does. Clinical studies show asthma symptom reduction occurs with two or three weeks of breath retraining. With time, many find their asthma attacks disappear all together.
The breath retraining I teach has been clinically tested eight times and verified as effective for asthma by the Russian, Australian, British and American (Department of Health and Human Services) governments. It's just as effective in children as with adult. It's so effective, I offer a money back guarantee.
To learn more, sign-up for you free copy of my asthma and breathing white paper (see the next column) or better yet schedule a breathing evaluation and let's confirm that your asthma is the result of how you breathe.
It's time to relieve your asthma symptoms!
Get your free asthma white paper. Sign up today for a Breathing Evaluation.
The best way to understand how breath retraining can help your asthma is to have me evaluate your breathing.
You'll receive a 4 page report showing how you breath and an action plan to relieve your asthma symptoms.
Click on the button to schedule your breathing evaluation.