on 01:33PM at Nov 5th, 2007
Relieving Asthma seems really hard. Just as you think that you are finally breathing better the weather changes or your body just decides to change and boom an asthma attack. I have been looking for something natural to help me. The internet is the only place I can think of to look. I have found products that seem to make good promises but I am not sure there is one called respitrol. Has anyone ever tried anything like this or anything else?
on 02:44PM at Nov 8th, 2007
Asthma is hard and finding something to relieve it is even harder. Finding something natural is even harder. There is things out there. I to have seen respitrol and always wondered if it worked. So I ordered it just to see I was shocked that it actually did what it said it would. I would try it.
on 09:40AM at Nov 15th, 2007
I have major doubts that the product works. There is no magical pill that can just make it all better. You have to do something yourself to fix it. I doubt that it has anything to do with the respitrol that you are talking about.
on 02:26PM at Nov 21st, 2007
I have tried respitrol and it works very well. I realize people doubt and believe me I was a doubter but it works. It is hard to doubt something that works. I can breathe and I can avoid the hospital with asthma attacks and I feel great. Respitrol is what I choose to help me get there.
on 02:47PM at Nov 26th, 2007
Thank you for all your advice. I have ordered respitrol. It should be arriving in a day or so. I have full confidence that it will work for me. It did seem rather pricey but I guess if you want something to work you need to pay good money for it. I will update when I see some results.
on 09:46AM at Dec 3rd, 2007
Having asthma has taken a strong toll on my life. I have a hard time doing anything without loosing my breath. My case has been said to be really severe. Does respitrol help relieve with severe asthma or is it just for mild cases?
on 09:30AM at Dec 20th, 2007
The trick with asthma is to be able to control the panic attack. I had asthma (strong) all my childhood. Like my dad was dependant on the asthma medicine (more emotionally than physically), my mom decided not to give me that easy exit. We had some hard times.
When I was 12 and after an attack particularly vicious, I was taken to a doctor that changed my life. He said:
Baby, you have to understand something. To die by asphyxia takes 6 minutes without air, you only need 30 seconds to force the air out. So I want you to do this. When the attack comes you stop, press your stomach with all your strength or ask for help to do it and take as much air out as you can, and then when you can't take any more, you take out a bit more (that is the one that is taking space in your lungs and not letting more air in). To take that air out should take you about 30 seconds. Then breed, but just a bit, don't fill your lungs even when you crave to do it and repeat the procedure. The attack will pass in about 5 minutes.
Asthma never controlled my life again. As a funny consequence, I have been able to keep my head cold in other high risk situations since then.
It can be done.
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