Childhood asthma may increase the risk of heart disease later in life
As we all know, the concentration of pollutants in the atmosphere is increasing day by day despite environment scientists’ and health experts’ repeated advice to bring down the level of the pollution in the atmosphere. Due to this reason, in the past few years, there has been an unprecedented rise in the number of respiratory patients.
The disappointing fact is that a significant number of the respiratory patients are the children below the age of fourteen.
Asthma is the most common respiratory ailment which is generally seen among the urban dwellers. The children are more vulnerable to this respiratory ailment than the grownups.
Noteworthy, a new study has discovered a relation between the heart disease and asthma. As per the study report, those people, who have experienced asthma in their childhood, are highly vulnerable to the heart disease.
There are some natural things which help to gain some relief from the irritations created by this disease condition.
Mulethi, onion and honey are the three main natural items which have the ability to fight the irritations caused by the disease.
It is to be noted that the aforementioned items have no power to cure the disease. It is advised to approach a medical practitioner for serious medical assistance.
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