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jefferson1957Hi nice to meet you, am mike jefferson. am a physician with the united states military. i know you are suffering from a few disease that some doctors like myself will tell you it cant be cured, but i have to come to let you know some sickness can be cured through alternative medicine and faith , you just have to try and i assure you its going to work for you. if you are interested or you have any question to ask just send me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, but if not you should just ignore it .thanks
There is a lot of research and testimony on asthmastory com from people who used Dr. Hahn's research to cure asthma. I had severe asthma for many years and even went into full cardiac and respiratory arrest once. After 14 weeks of Azithromycin @ 1000mg per week I was able to completely cure my asthma despite claims from doctors that it's incurable.
My asthma popped up 5 years ago. I suffered from pain (pressure) in the chest after heavy biking. Even specialists thought it was a bad heart condition. After thorough investigation it turned out to be asthma. I inhale Symbicort (400/12) 4 x per day. The stuff makes my voice hoarse. Still suffering often from chestpain after heavy biking. I now what it is.
Vaseline, using this under the nose to mask odors, and its helping. I use a cocoa butter version which smells gorgeous and also prevetns my nose / throat becoming dryi did read this on wiki that once the smell has been removed, the effects caused are also removed. it may be the actual smell rather than the chemicals themselves
Re: Shortness of breath — when it is hot and dry; and right before it rains if it is hot as well. Humidity generally plays little to no role.
ohmygoshjoshRe: Exercise — I find that if I am out of shape, my asthma is there, but if I've been exercising and am in good shape, it seems to go away completely! When I am out of shape, exercising does itself sometimes induce my asthma, but never to the point where I have to stop the exericse.
sasha3159Re: Shortness of breath — right before it rains it seems to be the worst
ReadRe: Shortness of breath — Exercise/Weather induced. Sprints in cold, dry weather are most difficult.
IowaGirlRe: Exercise — sometime exercise induces my asthma but I have found I can limit its affect by varying the intensity of my workout to allow my lungs some recovery.
AtlPhilRe: Common cold — When I get a cold it can move to my chest then I have trouble breathing / asthma that can last for weeks.
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