My daughter is nine years old and has been suffering from seasonal respiratory issues for the last two years (especially in the months of March to May). She experiences dry cough and breathlessness during the evenings. We consulted with a child specialist, and she prescribed tablet Montair LC Kid (Levocetirizine and Montelukast) once daily and syrup Ambrodil-S (Salbutamol and Ambroxol). These two medications are helping with managing the condition, but I would like to know if there is any permanent solution.
Give your child more green leafy vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and drumstick. Give nutritious foods to increase immunity. The ideal food for a respiratory problem is wheat khichdi containing peppers and beans. Pineapple juice is also very also effective. Half a teaspoon of ginger juice mixed with honey can also be given. Avoid using the air conditioner or use it only at low temperatures. Ayurvedic immune boosters will be effective in this condition. I suggest taking (consult with the specialist doctor, talk with him or her, and take the medication only with their consent). 1. Dasamoola Rasayanam (Bael , Agnimantha, Patala, Gambhari, Shalparni), half a teaspoon thrice daily (with a gap of four hours) for a month. Syrup Himalaya Bresol (Haridra (Curcuma longa), Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum), Vasa), two teaspoons in morning and night after food for a month. Sitopaladi Churna (cardamom, cinnamon, bamboo, long pepper), 0.11 oz with honey thrice daily for a month. Ask her to practice breathing exercises like Nadi Shuddhi pranayama and normal deep breathing exercises regularly. Make her do steam inhalation with eucalyptus oil or mint oil.
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Same symptoms doesn’t mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!
.. asthma, I think you may be having oesophageal reflux or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disorder).
Are you spitting out saliva only, or is there sputum also?
You can try the following to get relief:
1) Breathing exercises. Read full
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