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Do You Have Asthma? Improve Your Quality of Life with These Recommendations

Do You Have Asthma

Anyone who suffers from this condition will relate, Asthma is a debilitating constricting of the airways.  This can be triggered by several things, to include, pet dander, irritants such as cleaning solutions, or even exercise.  So, with such a debilitating situation, that is easily caused by many different triggers, it is important to know the best treatment for it.

One of the best treatments by far is stem cells.  Stem cells from a patient’s own bone marrow or even a donor can be used for treatment when medications are inadequate or have too many side effects.  In other words, if you do not want to face the horrors of inhalers, or the poke of the epipen, stem cell for asthma treatments are the way to go.

Let us examine the different choices of treatment and their problems, such as taking a pill, or to inhale a vapor.  Where pills, such as steroids might seem easier, the side effects weigh heavily against the treatment.  Short term side effects include constipation, diarrhea, headaches, increased appetite, increased blood pressure, insomnia, nausea, restlessness, vertigo, and vomiting.  Long term side effects include increased risks for cataracts, increased risk for osteoporosis, long term weight gain, mood swings and thinning skin.

Other way to control asthma is through epipens.  Here it is important to know the side effects that come with the use of such.  These include problems breathing, rapid heartrate, pale, sweaty skin, Nausea and vomiting, dizziness, weakness, headache, and nervous anxiety.  That in addition to the tiresome pain of self-injection.

As stated, inhalers, such as Albuterol, requires that the patient be wary of potential side effects.  Alupent, for instance, has the following: Hives, difficulty breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat, chest pain, fast heart rate, pounding heartbeat, chest flutters, light headedness, and tremors.

The ease of use, and limited side effects are the deciding factors.  There are other factors to consider.  A mother caring for young children may not want the weakness, headache and nervousness associated with epipens.  On the other hand, an employer or a businessowner might not want to be seen with the hives, swollen face and tremors associated with inhalers.  So, it is important to balance out the side effects with the ease of treatment, as well as one’s lifestyle.

When looking at this, the overall effectiveness of a treatment must be considered.  Stem cell treatment have an absence of side effects because it involves the use of your own cells.  This also means that your body will not reject the treatment.

In other words, an easy infusion of stem cells to treat your illness, verses a daily bi, or even tridaily use of a steroid or inhaler. Also, the treatment is easy: it consists of taking a sample of bone marrow stem cells or a donating source and then they’re reintroduced into the patient’s system using an IV infusion. The patient is then free to go on their way, with the entire process taking 1-2 hours at the most.

If you or a loved is suffering from Asthma feel free to contact us at +1 (888) 443 6235 or info@progencell.com

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