How Come Some People Has Asthma?

How Come Some People Has Asthma

Asthma is an inflammatory condition where your bronchioles constrict causing breathing difficulties. Your bronchioles become inflamed for a variety of physical, emotional and environmental reasons. It is not contagious so, you cannot catch it from another person.

But what is the real cause asthma life? Why do some people develop asthma life and why is asthma life more common in the western world?

1. Inheriting Asthma

However, you can inherit the asthma life tendency from your parents, although people with asthma life should not worry about their future children on this score.

Studies show that children whose parents smoke are twice as likely to develop asthma life as children of non-smoking parents. Also, children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy tend to be born with smaller airways, which greatly increase their chances of developing the disease.

The “westernised” environment and lifestyle in developed countries has a lot to do with the chances of whether a person will develop asthma life or not.

Many people believe air pollution has something to do with asthma life, although the evidence, at this stage, is surprisingly very weak.

2. Allergies

Causes of asthma life include allergies to house dust mites, cats, dogs, and moulds. Childhood infections and exposure to substances from bacteria in a dirty environment seem to protect against allergies, and this seems to be the main reason why richer populations have more allergic disease.

So, the causes of asthma life are complicated. They include genetics, exposure to chemical irritants and pollution, a low immune system, emotional or mental problems, allergies to certain foods.

Almost all asthma life in young people is cause by allergies. This means that if you have asthma life you probably have inherited genes which make it possible for you to get asthma life. Add to this, allergy-producing things in your environment, such as house dust mites, cats, or dog and your asthma life get worse. The allergies and the genes are the causes for developing asthma life, because if either of them were not present you would not developed asthma life.

But, what about colds, exercise, laughter, or tobacco smoke, which are asthma life triggers? You can’t cure your asthma life by not doing exercise, or by not laughing. Quite simply, these are not causes of asthma life, though they can be causes of an attack.

The type of interior house paint can apparently make asthma life worse. Glossy oil paints used for home decorating can bring on asthma life attacks. The good news is that emulsion paints don’t seem to do this.

Polyurethane paints, usually recognisable because they come in two packs which need to be mixed together before use, can cause occupational asthma life in people who use them regularly. However, they probably cause no great risk in people with asthma life who use them infrequently. As always, when using chemicals and paints, it is surely a good idea to ventilate the area well during and after use.

3. Emotional issues

Now, deep seated emotionally issue can be the cause of asthma life. When emotion is embedded into the body, it has to express itself in a way that its electrical charge can be released. This release happens over and over as outside situations trigger the memory. The way an embedded emotion issue chooses to express itself is by the path of least resistance. If your heart is weak, the emotional issue will pound your heart. If your joints are weak, it will pound your joints. If your bronchia or lungs are weak, it will pound them and eventually weaken those more, leading you to asthma life or other respiratory diseases.

Early on everyone should be aware of their family illness history. This is something that is seldom considered. If it were, you could take preventative measures if you knew you were prone to asthma life.

Choosing the right foods and keeping specific body organs or systems strong, with the right nutrients early on, would definitely prevent you from having to suffer with asthma life as you became older.

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Last updated on April 12, 2017