8 Bronchial Spasms Home Treatments

Bronchial Spasms Home TreatmentsIf you are suffering from a bronchial spasm, you’ve come to the best place.

This article talks about bronchial spasms treatments that you can do at home.

Generally, a bronchospasm refers to a discomfort in which the airways shrinks unnaturally.

Before we dive into details, you need to confirm that you have a bronchial spasm.

Common symptoms:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Cough
  • Chest tightness
  • Heavy mucus
  • Wheezing

These symptoms are only enough to confirm your illness.

So, it’s better to confirm it with proper diagnostic testing.

With the correct diagnosis, let’s move onto the factors that induce your symptoms.

  1. Bronchial Spasms Triggers

Bronchial spasms triggers may specific to every person. Generally, most people come under a bronchial spasm attack, when they are exposed to the following triggers:

  • Allergens: Including dust, mold, food preservatives, pet dropping and hair.
  • Airpollution: Mainly, toxins in the air, Cigarette smoke, strong smell, vehicle emissions, and Ozone
  • Extreme weather: dry or cold air.
  • Infections: cold, flu, pneumonia, and rhinitis.
  • Exercise: Due to inhale large volume of humidified air through the mouth.
  • Medicines: Some medicines constrict the bronchioles. (E.g. Penicillin)
  • Medical Conditions: E.g. Asthma

Initial step in bronchial spasms treatment is to beat your triggers.

2. Reduce salt intake

A study found that low salt intake helps improve pulmonary function. Instead of salt, try adding few herbs to your food that not only provide you with health benefits, but also act as natural flavor enhancers.

For example, ginger, cranberry sauce, basil, garlic, mint leaves, parsley, rosemary, oregano, dry mustard, thyme, paprika, etc.

Go for natural salt (rock salt) if you cannot avoid salt.

3. Reduce meat intake

We all know that meat is good for health, but only if taken in controlled quantities.

However, if you want to get rid of bronchial spasms, it would be better if you reduce you meat intake, as much as possible.

A research-backed fact is, vegetarian are less prone to experience bronchial spasms.

4. Consume Spasmolytic Herbs

Traditionally some herbs were used to treat spasmodic coughs. These herbs are very effective in relaxing tracheal smooth muscle. And are have therapeutic affects to control your bronchial spasms coughs.Ephedra sinica

5. Practice Breath Control

A research revealed that people suffering from asthma tend to breathe fast and more.

Hence, it is suggested that you take deep breaths and breathe in a slower pace in order to lessen the signs and symptoms of bronchial spasms.

This type of breathing exercise helps maintain optimum levels of carbon dioxide in the body and strengthens lungs.

6. Balanced Diet

Consume foods rich in antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, essential vitamins, and minerals.

If your diet make you healthy, then, you are less likely to suffering from common infections.

Familiar cold and flu causes more mucus production and coughing.

Nearly all asthmatic symptoms are preventable with regular balanced diet.

7. Quit smoking

Smoking leads to a lot of health issues, including bronchial spasms.

Quitting smoking is an important step towards bronchial spasm prevention.

If you continue smoking, no medicine in the world can help ease the symptoms.

And it will only make things worse for you day-by-day!

8. Ideal Weight

Obesity is known to be a trigger for lungs-related problems.

Alike, people who are at an ideal weight range are known to experience lesser or no problems with breathing. 

During An Emergency:

Remain calm: keep the person suffering from bronchial spasms calm and call the emergency helpline number.

Use bronchial dilators for treating quick inflammation as they relax and smoothen up the muscles around the airways.

How to Get Rid Of a Tension Headache: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet

get rid of tesion headacheHow to get rid of a tension headache?

If this is your long time struggle, this article is for you. Keep reading…

Headaches generally come in two varieties:

First one is:

  • Headaches caused by muscle contraction and vascular problems, such as inflammation.

and the second one:

  • Headaches caused by a medical condition, such as sinus infection, flu, tension or stress, poor digestion, allergic reactions, or dental pain.

What Is a Tension Headache?

Tension headaches are a common occurrence as countless people suffer daily with them.

A tension headache is often described as a tight band of pressure around the head.

That can result in the loss of appetite, tenderness of the scalp, neck, or shoulders, and dull head pain.

These headaches, often the results of stress, can affect quality of life and can quickly become a nuisance.

But people are suffering from a variety of headaches.

So, the crucial step is to distinguish your headache.

How to Know If You Have a Tension Headache

Initially you want to differentiate your tension headache from migraines.

Symptoms typically associated with a migraine are:

  • Severe pain only one side of the head
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Pain around one eye.
  • Temporary vision lost
  • Sensitivity to light.

But a tension headache associated with:

  • Steady, mild to moderate pain
  • Distracting, dull tightness
  • Both sides of head
  • Tenderness of the scalp, neck, or shoulders
  • Pressure around the forehead


Then, how can you beat that?

How to Get Rid Of a Tension Headache Quickly.

If you suffer from a tension headache, Listed below are the best ways to get rid of a tension headache fast.

Getting rid of the stress:

Stress is often overlooked as a cause of headaches. Stress can be physical, emotional or spiritual. While it’s common to think of stress as an emotional issue.

Physical stress often goes undiagnosed. And may manifest itself in a part of the body that not directly experiencing physical stress.

Because stress is often the main source of tension headaches, getting rid of these headaches begins by reducing or eliminating stress in your life.

Focus on reducing stress from the areas of your life that seem more hectic.

Find a stress-reduction technique – that suits you well.  Yoga, meditation, intentional breathing, exercise, and/or therapy are better stress reduction tools.

When it comes to stress-induced tension headaches, only reducing your stress is NOT enough.

Get rid of your stressors will be a long term relief.

Some of the most common stress causes are:

  • Perfectionist behavior
  • Hurried or frantic lifestyle
  • Unstable finances
  • Work-related stress or job security worries
  • Over-commitment
  • Poor organization
  • Seeking happiness from external factors beyond your control

Pay a special attention to control these stress-causes.

But in case you are not able to control your stressors, following tricks may help you to become a stress-free person.

  • Set goals that are attainable and realistic, rather than aiming for perfection. Reward yourself for achieving small goals and then set the bar one notch higher.
  • Learn to say no. Give yourself permission to carry a reasonable load. Expecting yourself to meet everyone else’s expectations only leads to feeling run-down.
  • Ask for help. Whether it’s getting finances in order or tending to household chores, getting an assist from somebody with empty hands. And maybe even better qualifications – will take a big project off your plate. Plus, the reduced clutter (tangible or psychological) will help reduce a source of stress.

Get rid of the stress! Your health depends on it

Take a hot shower: 

A hot shower can bring about the relaxation that your body needs to help overcome the headache.

During times when the headache just won’t subside, spend some times in a long, hot shower allowing the warm water to run over your head, neck, and shoulders.

Sit up straight:

Believe it or not, your posture can directly affect your tension headache.

To relieve pressure on the neck and shoulders, sit up straight.

Focus on sitting up straight in the car or at work if you sit in a desk chair the majority of the day.


Most people think exercise triggers headaches.

But, in fact, only a few people get the “exertional headaches” – that induced by the exercise.

If you have a stress-induced tension headache, exercise may help you get relieved.


Get out and exercise at least 30 minutes a day to help with your stress levels and also help reduce your chances of getting a headache.

Get a massage:

A massage is a relaxation technique that will help you get rid of a tension headache.

Have the masseuse focus on the areas around your head, neck, and shoulders for the best results.

Take the time to relax and enjoy the massage.

Focus on breathing:

Taking long, slow breaths during the times when the headache seems to be at its worse can be very helpful.

During an episode of a headache, close your right nostril with a finger, and try to breathe through your left nostril for 5 minutes.

This breathing trick helped many people to stop their tension headaches.


A new age technique for getting rid of a tension headache is using acupuncture.

During this process, the acupuncturist will insert some fine needles on certain points of your body. These needles help to increase the blood flow in the tissues.

Talk to your doctor to see if there may be benefits for you.

Yoga and meditation:

Yoga poses increase the blood flow throughout your body. This is an ancient technique which boots your holistic healthy living.

Standing forward fold, Cat stretches, child’s pose, and legs up the wall are some of the best yoga poses – that work better to stop your tension headaches.

The relaxing movements of yoga and a focus on breathing in mediation may help relieve your symptoms.


For some people, a soft, relaxing smell helps with the tension headaches. However, this may not work for everyone.

In fact, in some cases, people have reported that the headache actually becomes worse when attempting to use aromatherapy.


Just like exercise, sex can help relieve some of the stress that is associated with tension headaches.

Sex induces your central nervous system to release the natural pain killer, endorphins.

Try to take a nap:

Sleeping off the tension headache is another solution that is helpful for many people.  If you just can’t seem to kick the headache, take a quick nap.

Lie on the floor and try relaxation techniques:

Lying flat on the floor and deliberately relaxing muscles in the body can help relieve tension headaches.

Go for a walk:

A long, leisurely walk can help you get fresh air, the daily exercise you need, and also reduce your stress level. These three things combines will help you get rid of a tension headache.

Limit caffeine intake:

Caffeine can make tension headaches worse. This is especially true if your body is not familiar with it.  To get rid of a tension headache, limit your caffeine intake.

Always try to eat the best foods for your health and sleep well. Because these affect your physical health.

Instead of suffering from a tension headache, use these tips listed above to help you get rid of them.

Preventative measures such as a healthy lifestyle of eating right and exercising daily can also help.

It’s important to note that:

If headaches persist despite therapy, further assessment with proper diagnostic tests might be necessary. While stress and tension are common causes of headaches, they’re not the only causes.

Will you allow these tips to help you get rid of a tension headache?

Politics in Healing Book

politics in healingPolitics in Healing: The suppression and manipulation of American Medicine

— Daniel Haley, Author

A former New York State Assemblyman who has spent a lifetime studying health and healing in America, Dan is a man uniquely able to tell the story of the damage greed and political influence has wrought on our nation’s healthcare alternatives.

Dan has just completed and published a book written in clear and easy to follow language chronicling ten separate, well researched stories that will both shock and alarm you.

Dan’s working title has undergone various changes over the several years of the book’s preparation, ranging from “Politics in Cancer” to “The Terrible Truth about Politics in Cancer” and finally settling on “Politics in Healing: The suppression and manipulation of American Medicine.”

Dan’s information-packed 465 page book is an absolute “must read” for anyone interested in American medicine, healing, alternative healing modalities and treatments, cures for cancer for which there is strong anecdotal evidence of efficacy, and the abuse and interference of the political process in those treatments.

“Daniel Haley has written a very important book about the medical profession, detailing the struggles between good and evil as no one ever has before. Incredible as these stories are, they are true!”

— Julian Whitaker, M.D.

Click Here to review the back cover and see what other people are already saying about Dan’s book.

Click Here to read a review from ‘The Townsend Letter for Doctors & Patients’

Why does one American die of cancer every minute?

That’s 1,440 a day, or the equivalent of three fully loaded 747’s crashing and killing everybody aboard every day! That’s 10,000 a week – 500,000 a year – every year – ten times the number who died in Vietnam.

For them we have a wall, but where is the memorial to the cancer deaths? Have you lost a loved one to cancer? Who hasn’t? We have a War on Cancer, but the more money we spend on cancer, the more people die of it.

READ WHY we don’t have effective Non-toxic cancer cures. Read about cancer cures which were and still are being relentlessly suppressed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the American Medical Association (AMA). The only harm they would do would be to drug company profits.

Why does one American die every 3-5 minutes (100,000-150,000 a year) from the effects of FDA-approved, pharmaceutical drugs, used as directed?

This is 3-5 times the number who die each year from illegal street drugs! For those, we have a drug czar, but it appears we have only indifference for the 1,000,000 to 1,500,000 Americans who died over the past decade from the effects of legal drugs — a veritable drug-company-FDA-generated Holocaust? Where is the memorial, where is the march on Washington in protest over these? The more FDA employees, the more people die from the drugs FDA approves.

What is the solution?

Not more money for bureaucrats, but freedom from bureaucrats. The U.S. has one of the most (probably the most) heavily and tightly regulated medical systems in the world, dictated from the top down by the FDA and the AMA.

In computers, we move with lightning speed, but our economy would look like the Soviet Union if it were regulated like healthcare.

We’d still be using punch cards if IBM had had an FDA to protect it (as the drug companies do)!

The Author’s RX:

A freer market in Non-Toxic therapies! This would provide competition for the drug companies and drive their prices down…way down, as only a free market can do. All the cancer cures described in Dan’s book were non-toxic — yet they were squelched by the AMA and the FDA. WE DON’T NEED TO BE PROTECTED FROM THINGS THAT CAN’T HURT US!

To order your copy, just click the book title text link below.
Politics in Healing: The Suppression and Manipulation of American Medicine

The book’s twelve fascinating chapters include:

  • What’s wrong with America’s Healthcare System?
  • The Hoxsey Storey – The story of Harry Hoxsey, the Hoxsey Clinic, and the
  • Hoxsey Cancer Therapy
  • Birth of a Science or Death of a Science? – The story of Dr. William Frederick
  • Koch, the Koch Treatment, and carbonyls
  • What became of the Rife Technologies? – Royal Raymond Rife, the Rife
  • Microscope, the Rife Ray Tube, and Barry Lynes’ “The Cancer Cure that Worked”
  • L’Affaire Krebiozen – Dr. Andrew Ivy and Krebiozen
  • DSMO – The Persecuted Drug – Dr. Stanley Jacob
  • The Colostrum Story –
  • Gaston Naessens – “Galileo of the Microscope” –
  • The Miracle of Electromedicine – Dr. Robert Becker & Dr. Daniel Kirsch
  • Hydrazine Sulfate – Dr. Joseph Gold
  • The Fiercest Battle – Dr. Stanislaw Burzynski
  • A Matter of Life and Death

Below are assembled for you the Author’s Preface, an Introduction by Berkley Bedell (a former US Congressman), The Table of Contents, and Chapter One of “Politics in Healing”.

You’ll need Adobe’s Acrobat reader to view them. If you don’t already have Acrobat installed on your computer, you may obtain it for free from Adobe by clicking on the icon below.

Then click on the various PDF files to sample Dan’s upcoming book. (While they’re open in the Acrobat Reader, you can save them to your computer’s hard drive, if you wish.)