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Manage Breathing Problems with Ayurveda

It’s common to experience mild forms of breathing problems after doing intense exercise or because of a stuffy nose. But at times, breathing difficulty can persist and interfere with your ability to fully breathe air in. Persistent breathing difficulty can also signal the presence of underlying medical conditions such as:    

  1. Bronchitis
    Bronchitis, especially Acute Bronchitis, is a common and serious breathing problem. It occurs when the bronchial tubes (passages that carry air to the lungs) become inflamed which causes mucus build-up.

    If you notice persistent symptoms such as fullness in chest, yellow/green mucus in cough, and shortness of breath, the chances are high that you have Bronchitis.

  2. Asthma
    Asthma causes difficulty in breathing; the inflammatory respiratory disease causes swelling of the airways’ lining which limits the amount of air entering the lungs. There isn’t a single cause for Asthma. Several factors such as genetics, exposure to allergens and irritants, and contracting viral infections during childhood increase one’s risk of developing Asthma.

    In most cases, allergens such as pollen and animal dander, airborne irritants, and intense physical movement can trigger Asthma attacks.

  3. Sinusitis
    Sinusitis occurs when the tissue lining the sinuses become inflamed or swell. In most cases, the condition causes nasal blockage, feeling of fullness in the nasal area, facial pressure, and cough.

    Some of the common causes of sinusitis include common cold, nasal polyps, and immune system deficiencies.

Check Breathe Eazy - ayurvedic medicine for bronchitis, asthma, and other breathing disorders

Manage your breathing problems in a natural way with our Ayurvedic medicine Breathe Eazy. With Ashwagandha, Dry Ginger, Indian Long Pepper, and Black Pepper as ingredients, Breathe Eazy helps you manage Bronchitis, Asthma, Sinusitis, and other respiratory problems.

Breathe Eazy eases breathing by dilating the respiratory tract. It also provides resistance against recurrent respiratory problems. Breathe Eazy is available as granules, tablets, and syrup.

  • Learn more about Pankajakasthuri Breathe Eazy granules here.
  • Learn more about Pankajakasthuri Breathe Eazy tablets here.
  • Learn more about Pankajakasthuri Breathe Eazy syrup here

Include Breathe Eazy along with these steps to manage the symptoms of your breathing problems- 

  1. Avoid strenuous physical activities
    Many physical activities such as lifting heavy objects and doing certain household chores increase breathing rate which can trigger or worsen symptoms of respiratory problems. If you notice the worsening of your symptoms when doing certain physical activities, try to avoid them.
  2. Quit smoking and avoid tobacco smoke
    Smoking or exposure to cigarette smoke irritates the airways which, in turn, can trigger or worsen the symptoms of breathing problems. To manage your breathing problem symptoms, quit smoking and avoid exposure to tobacco smoke.
  3. Avoid other triggers such as
    • Pollen
    • Pet dander
    • Fumes from cleaning products
    • Mold spores
    • Dust mites
    • Cockroaches
    • Irritating pollutants in the air
    • Fragrances
    • Food allergies
    • Stress
  4. Prevent infections
    Cold and flu can worsen your symptoms like coughing and shortness of breath. You can prevent infections by maintaining good personal hygiene habits and avoiding contact with sick people.
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