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Top Home Remedies for Asthma

Top home remedies for asthma

If you suffer from asthma, you’ve probably wondered if you can do anything for the condition, or if you are forced to struggle with it.

You may not get rid of the condition altogether, but I’m going to go over what you can do naturally to help curb or eliminate asthma flare ups.

Asthma obviously means the lungs are having trouble breathing, but a lot of times it’s due to inflammation.

This is why steroids are often prescribed: because the airways are inflamed.

Over time, there are irritants or scar tissue that can build up, which is primarily what we’re dealing with.

The inflammation is an autoimmune response in the body, whether there’s an irritant in there or something that the body is attacking that’s constricting the airways.

In this blog, I’ll cover some natural ways you can deal with asthma.

Gut Reset

Allergens are microbes and particles that your body is sensitive to.

We want to be aware of these, but the biggest thing that people miss is that you can improve your sensitivities to things like grass, pets, and smoke.

The root cause of this is the gut, which controls 80% of your immune system.

We need to do an overhaul on the gut, which is a 6-step process called a gut reset.

The first step is to look at your lifestyle to improve the overall health of your body and immune system and lower inflammation, which will lower your sensitivity to allergens.

An advanced gut reset is a month of detoxing, getting microbes and sensitivities knocked down in the system.

This way your immune system ‘bucket’ isn’t so filled up, so if you run into something you’re sensitive to, that bucket doesn’t overflow.

If you can drain the bucket of some of the causes of inflammation, then you can respond better.

The advanced gut reset also involves an anti-inflammatory diet, which means replacing a lot of the junk with a good diet.

You put back in proper probiotics, build up good bacteria and proper enzymes, and then you can reintroduce foods to see if you’ve improved your sensitivity.

Our Livingood Daily Lifestyle breaks down exactly how to go through a proper gut reset process.

Allergen Support

If you’re struggling with more of an allergic asthma response, very simple herbs like nettles or quercetin will help bolster the immune system and knock down histamines in the system.


If your asthma is purely inflammatory, omegas and turmeric are two of the best anti-inflammatory foods and herbs that we know of.

Taking a daily dose of both of those would be important.

Bolster Your Immune System

Vitamin D, zinc, and probiotics are very good at bolstering the immune system. These can all be found in my vitamin D complex.

Outside of that, I would look at oil of oregano and monolaurin, which could help lessen inflammation and asthma attacks in the first place.

Strengthen the Lungs

Finally, we want to strengthen our lungs, which is done through breathing exercises.

In the 2nd week of our Livingood Daily Lifestyle challenges, we teach you how to do paced breathing, where you’re strengthening the lungs.

If you do have a lung-related issue, making them stronger matters.

You can also do this through exercise, but asthma can be exercise-induced. In order to prevent that, you can work on breathing exercises more often.

This exercise can be done several times a day, where you’re taking 5-second deep breaths in and 5-second deep breaths out for 2-5 minutes.

You may have to force your muscles to do that if you’re not used to it, but it’s going to be very good for your sympathetic nervous system.It’s especially helpful for the parasympathetic nervous system, which is the system that controls your lungs.

You’ll be strengthening your lungs through breathing exercises as well as by getting physical exercises through 10-minute workouts.

Make sure you don’t go overboard with this if you do have exercise-induced asthma.

Those are some steps to try out if you are an asthma sufferer.If you’re looking for the next step towards overall good health, check out my Livingood Daily book.

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