Oxygen is what give life to all of our organs and can affect how you live your life and how you respond to it.
It is now pollen season and many people with other respiratory problems are feeling it. That is, having difficulty breathing or congestion.
You must be on top of your respiratory condition at all times . I am a nurse when I’m not doing other creative things, I specialize is respiratory nursing. However, I’m only a nurse, not a Pulmonary Md. So you should consult your doctor for your respiratory conditions. I happened to be able to manage my own problems for now. I am extremely allergic to albuterol ( it causes me tachycardia ) and really hate taking medications unless it’s a vitamin.
I have seasonal asthma but when the pollen season come, it seems to trigger my asthma condition. However, that is not what’s happening to me. I believe what I caught was a type of cold that hardly seem like a cold but the symptoms was there for a few days. Afterwards the asthma kicked in and I started taking my Primatene on a regular basis of at least 3 doses of 2 tablets a day. And then the pollen season kicked in. Oh no, where are my allergy meds. Now, I’m on them too, and they work!
That seem to be working for now, but what I find out is that there is increase secretions after eating where I believe a little reflux could be occurring. Sometimes you don’t realize you are having reflux. But if you find yourself coughing right after eating, you could be having reflux. You might want to eat foods that don’t create so much mucous. Check the color of your secretions, If you see bubbles, it’s coming from your lungs more likely. If it is colored with what you might have eaten or drank, it’s coming from your stomach.
The one most important thing you should do at this time is to drink water after eating and to drink water all during the day and maintain your balanced meals.
The other thing that is a priority in all you do is to read the side affects and report to your doctor any recent diagnosis and adverse affects of your medication.
Many people don’t read the directions clearly and might not be getting the therapeutic affects of their medication. Advair, for one, you are suppose to rinse your mouth afterwards with water.
Breathing comfort is necessary for your total well being. I just wanted to bring these viewpoints to you because, it is necessary to take seriously your treatment and insights on breathing with ease.
Research and ask questions for what you need to know. Write down and keep a record of all the medicines and treatments you are on and to note what’s working and what’s not working for you.
Keep your doctor aware if you happen to find that you are allergic to something so that they have it on their record. If you were not able to speak for yourself, at least if your doctor have all the information, he or she can give the correct information. Please don’t hide information. It could mean your life. let those you’re close to like family members know a little about what you are going through. Share family medical history because that could be your history, too and not even know it.
Now go out and have the best day and don’t let the pollen season get you down. Like anything, its a fight to keep strong and healthy all the way around. Keep a positive mind and wake up with the fight to do battle in being in the best health possible. Double up on what it takes to be healthy. Take walks even if for a short period, breath deeply-from the diaphragm-and do all you can to keep up with chores in the home, paying bills, and maintaining a stress-free period in your life. Use the laws of distraction to not make seasonal allergies a focus point in your life.
Thelma harcum (my personal experience)