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Children and Asthma
Asthma can be a frightening thing for a child to go through. Parents often times feel helpless while watching their child struggle for breath. When trying all natural remedies for a respiratory condition it is imperative, especially when children are involved, that the remedies are completely safe. Side effects can occur from time to time but choosing the right treatment options is vital for reducing any risk of allergic reaction.
Homeopathic treatments are very safe for almost every individual. The potency level that can cause allergic reactions is virtually removed. There are only trace elements left in each homeopathic treatment. This is enough to signal a response in the body for healing but not enough to promote or induce side effects. This is the primary reason that homeopathic remedies are considered to be very safe and people of all ages are able to take them.
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Common Homeopathic Remedies for Children with Asthma
As with all homeopathic remedies, the treatments are based on sensations or symptoms that are present. It is in this way that the method works. So depending on what the child is going through with their attacks the appropriate homeopathic remedies for children with asthma can be discovered.
• Arsenicum album is for kids that are exhausted yet anxious. Thirstiness and cold are both visible feelings.
• Carbo vegetabilis is generally for those that are experiencing weakness and gagging. Their hands and feet tend to get clammy.
• Nux Vomica relieves the constricted sensations that have the presence of tightness or pressure in the stomach.
• Pulsatilla can be used for wheezing when it is too warm or hot and coughing that expels yellowish mucus.
Remember, as with any homeopathic remedies for children with asthma, consulting a physician for diagnosis is vital. If you wish to explore natural remedies then speak with an expert in the homeopathic field about your options.
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