1) This is going to sound crazy but, get more sleep. America is the most sleep deprived rushed culture in the world. It is estimated that a large percentage of people just simply do not get enough rest.
Some alternative medicine that you could use and may help your situation includes acupuncture. The acupuncturist in wandsworth will try to stimulate certain nerves and calm others. While it may not work in everyone, it is worth a shot. Exercising can also help. So, you should try walking more often. Stretching is also recommended.
Use a peak flow meter to help you monitor how well your asthma is controlled. These small, hand-held devices measure how efficiently you expel air from your lungs. Use the meter on a regular basis and record your results. This helps you identify times of day when your asthma may be more difficult to control as well as helps you determine how well your condition is truly managed.
The BYS system has 4 components to building a strong foundation so that you can have a strong platform for both you and your patients that leads to building trust and credibility.
It is important to stay indoors during certain seasons when you have asthma. Some times of the year when the air is especially humid, spending too much time outdoors can make it difficult for you to breathe. Other times, the pollen count gets very high and can trigger an asthma attack.
Every website gave me the same information. There is no known cause or cure for chronic hives. The hives can last anywhere from hours to days. Sometimes they go away forever and sometimes they come back after several years. I searched for stories from other people who suffered from chronic hives and did a lot of research on the typical medications that people used.
I tried various antihistamines and found that Benydryl worked the best. Depending on the kind, they could make me really groggy, but the non-drowsy ones worked pretty well. I would take them right away when I’d notice the hives beginning or I’d take some as a preventative measure if I had to be out and about at night. Benydryl helped a lot to give me a peace of mind about the hives and to feel like I has some control over the situation, but it is still not a good idea to be taking too many drugs. Also, if I did get hives, I found that drinking a lot of water really helped to keep them from getting worse and would help to slowly start to bring them down. I am not sure why, but keeping myself hydrated and keeping my body temperature normal seemed to restore the balance in my body.
Fay is also available for acupuncture and stress strategy sessions in person for those in the LA area and also via Skype and phone for those who aren’t local.