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#350028 - 01/07/11 11:42 AM Asthma Attacks
Still Offline
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Registered: 02/16/07
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Loc: FEMA Region 1
I've had asthma all my life. It went into amazing remmission after starting a Chiropractic regimine. Recently, someone in my life has deliberately pushed some PTSD triggers and stresses related to the CSA. The asthma attacks come back when emotional attacks occur. My rescue inhaler does nothing. My question is, "am I correct in my obrservation that PTSD triggers can trigger asthma?"


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#350055 - 01/07/11 05:45 PM Re: Asthma Attacks [Re: Still]
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Registered: 02/26/08
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I had recurrent bouts with sinus and bronchitis from boyhood into adulthood. It tended to be seasonal. When I entered my "recovery phase" it got worse, making me think that it was abuse-related. Now that I have cleared a lot of my issues (with tissues), my sinusitis and bronchitis, etc. are noticeably getting better.

Allen


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#350058 - 01/07/11 05:55 PM Re: Asthma Attacks [Re: pufferfish]
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A female MS contributor (didi) whose 4-year-old son and nephew were seriously abused by a neighbor has told me the following about the nephew:

Originally Posted By: didi


I know that I can't post on this topic.. Just wanted to chime in that ---- (name withheld by Allen) had this for a year after his abuse .... When he had a bad cold and had post nasal drip he would have horrific nightmares, Thank God that he did not remember them when he woke up. He still has that "cough" when he gets nervous. I wonder if he will be able to find this less triggering when he gets older?



didi has given me permission to quote this.

Allen





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#422884 - 01/22/13 12:31 AM Re: Asthma Attacks [Re: Still]
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Registered: 01/19/13
Posts: 5
Loc: NY
Hi Robert,
Like to share some tips to cure asthma here. Add spinach, carrots, apples, arrowroots more in your daily diet plans as they are rich in calcium and helps you in curing asthma. Mixture of 1 cup hot water, 1 tsp lemon juice, 1 tsp ginger and 1 tbs honey are also effective in treating asthma.
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#422947 - 01/22/13 03:32 PM . [Re: Still]
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#423516 - 01/29/13 12:06 AM Re: Asthma Attacks [Re: Still]
sallyjoseph Offline


Registered: 01/05/13
Posts: 10
Children who are physically or sexually abused are more than twice as likely to have asthma as their peers, according to a recent study. What about your son now he is ok?

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