Cure Asthma Naturally This Year – Your New Year’s Resolution


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Best Rowing Machines Guide: 2019 Reviews

woman using a rowing machine

Did you know that poor respiratory and cardiovascular health is closely linked to the symptoms of asthma? It’s true, which makes improving your respiratory and cardiovascular health a top priority for people like me. Did also you know that indoor rowing is one of the most effective exercises to improve cardiovascular and respiratory health? It … Read more

Breathe Better: 7 Tips To Drink More Water


It might sound too good to be true, but one of the easiest things you can do to help manage your asthma symptoms is to drink more water. For asthmatics, staying properly hydrated can be the difference between phlegmy congestion and clear, effortless breathing. In fact, drinking more water was one of the first things … Read more

What Home Remedies for Asthma Worked for Us?

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I have a message for the curious and skeptics alike: home remedies for asthma changed my family’s life, and they can change your life, too.

I wasn’t born with asthma. But the person I love most in the world was, suffering through it off and on until we met in our early twenties, fell in love and eventually got married. Unfortunately, marital bliss didn’t keep his symptoms at bay.
And there’s nothing worse than watching someone you love struggling to breathe.

Medicine alone wasn’t able to keep my husband from waking up wheezing in the middle of the night. Or reaching for his puffer multiple times a day.

So in recent years, we’ve turned to home remedies for asthma. Through trial and error, we’ve come up with a system that has drastically reduced my husband’s asthma and increased his quality of life.

Nick was diagnosed with asthma as a young child. He took prednisone and flovent most of his life to keep symptoms under control. Thanks to the methods we’ll outline on this website, we’ve been able to drastically reduce his dependence on steroids and inhalers.

He’s cut out his preventative inhaler completely. He barely uses his blue ventolin rescue inhaler, usually only when he has a cold or flu. And he just breathes better.

That’s why we’re sharing our experience.

Home remedies for asthma worked for us, but the sheer amount of information online and in print can be overwhelming – and sometimes questionable. So we’re compiling legitimate, healthy ways to treat your asthma at home. We’ve done it all, read it all, researched it all, and we want to show you what actually works.

A Little Buteyko Breathing Goes a Long Way

Happy Man who successfully treated asthma with buteyko breathing

I’m writing today to share my take on Buteyko breathing and all alternative treatments for asthma. Short answer? Buteyko is worth a try.  In recent years I have cut my reliance on ventolin, and I want to spread the message that being proactive and seeking out alternative treatments is really important for maintaining a high … Read more

Asthma Worse at Night? Try This Simple Fix!


If you’re like me, you find your asthma worse at night. If only I had a penny for every time I used to wake up at night with bad asthma and wheezing. Until I discovered this simple trick I’m about to share, I don’t know if I ever made it through the night without needing … Read more

How to Treat Asthma the Harvard Recommended Way!

Harvard medical advise for treating asthma

We’re dedicated to exploring how to treat asthma at home, so of course we’re interested in the what the medical community has to say. We’ve read just about every asthma book out there, including this helpful The Harvard Medical School Guide to Taking Control of Asthma. The authors do a good job explaining asthma and … Read more