How To Reduce Asthma Issues – With Bioresonance Therapy

In South Africa, there are aproximately 5.1 million chuldren under the age of 18 that suffer from Asthma. Amoungst the adult population, it is found that asthma is more prevalent amoungst females, with aprox. 9.8% of females suffering from Asthma. Amounst the male adults only 6.1% are asthma sufferes.

1 in 12 (3.9 million) South Africans suffer from asthma. 5 People in South Africa die from Asthma every week which means South Africa is the country with the 4th highest death rate among the 5 to 35-year-olds.


It has also been found that there is possibly a link between poverty and Asthma. This study was the first large-scale investigation of socioeconomic risk factors for childhood asthma prevalence and severity in both rural and urban SA.

What Causes Asthma

Asthma is a disease in which the lung airways become inflamed and narrowed, making it difficult to breathe air out. What Causes Asthma? In most patients the cause of the airway inflammation is unknown. In some patients the cause is identified and is usually due to pollen, mould or animal dander.

What is the main cause of asthma?

The most common factors for developing asthma are having a parent with asthma, having a severe respiratory infection as a child, having an allergic condition, or being exposed to certain chemical irritants or industrial dust in the workplace.

Can Asthma be Cured

Asthma can’t be cured, but its symptoms can be controlled. Because asthma often changes over time, it’s important that you work with your doctor to track your signs and symptoms and adjust your treatment as needed.  Mayo Clinic


Some children with asthma will outgrow it by adulthood. But, for many, asthma is a lifelong condition. It is possible to live a healthy life despite asthma.

Side Effects from Asthma Medications

What are the side effects of asthma medications?

Some side effects of beta-agonist medications have been noted to include tremors, increased nervousness and insomnia in children, nausea, fever, bronchospasm, vomiting, headache, pain, dizziness, cough, allergic reaction, dry mouth, sweating, chills, and dyspepsia.

What are the long term effects of astma medication?

Long-term use of oral corticosteroids may also increase your risk of infections, high blood sugar, and osteoporosis.


Side effects include a rapid heart rate (tachycardia) or feelings of fluttering or a pounding heart (palpitations).

Constant exposure to the inhaler could lead to your lungs becoming under-responsive to the medication, and your airways could become hypersensitive to common asthma triggers.

Certain medicines might make your asthma worse. Not all people who have asthma experience problems when taking these medicines. However, if you have asthma, it’s important to know about medicines that might cause problems before you take them.

A European study showed that asthma in an otherwise healthy population shortened life expectancy by 3 years, similar to the effect of smoking.

Talk to your doctor if you’re experiencing any side effects. Also, don’t stop taking your asthma medication unless you’ve cleared it with your doctor.

How Do You Reduce Asthma Issues

How can we reduce the problem of asthma?


  1. Follow your asthma action plan.
  2. Get vaccinated for influenza and pneumonia.
  3. Identify and avoid asthma triggers.
  4. Monitor your breathing.
  5. Identify and treat attacks early.
  6. Take your medication as prescribed.
  7. Pay attention to increasing quick-relief inhaler use


Well-documented primary prevention strategies for asthma.

  1. Avoid smoking and environmental tobacco smoke (ETS).
  2. Avoid exposure to insect allergens.
  3. Avoid exposure to molds.
  4. Breast-feed infants.

What are the foods that trigger asthma?

For some people, they may notice certain foods bother their asthma. Sulfites, a type of preservative used in foods, can trigger asthma if you eat high amounts.


  • Dried fruits and vegetables.
  • Packaged potatoes.
  • Wine and beer.
  • Bottled lime and lemon juice.
  • Shrimp.
  • Pickled foods.


Does Bioresonance Therapy Work

 It is expected that Bioresonance therapy will become one of the most trusted remedies that can help to effectively manage asthma conditions.

Therapy On A Bioresonance Machine Assists The Body To Reduce Its Toxin Or Stress Load, allowing the body to heal itself.

If you are seriously ill or feel a weaker version of yourself and you need to consult your local health professionals but, in addition, a growing number of people in the globally are discovering the benefits and speed of bioresonance therapy. This methodology has been


used in many countries since the late 70s and recently featured on “The Truth about Cancer” documentary series with Ty Bolinger.

There are thousands of accounts where patients have introduced bioresonance along with conventional medicine and this can testify to the effectiveness of the therapy offered by bioresonance. There are now many holistic practitioners who are providing therapy daily with conditions such as depression, hay fever, allergies, digestive and skin problems along with many other conditions.

We are faced on a daily basis with an increasing amount of environmental stressors and pathogens, some of which have become resistant to antibiotics. Parasites are one example – they have been known to cause many of the conditions that people suffer within modern society and our pets also suffer from infestations.

What Are The Costs Of Bioresonance Therapy

There are no standard costs for Bioresonance therapy. Each clinic can set its own price and the prices can range from R300.00 to R1200.00 per screening. You need to look around for a clinic in your area and obtain a price before attending.

Is the Bioresonance Therapy Covered By Medical Aid

Unfortunately, Boiresonance therapy is not covered by medical aid.

Where Can I receive Bioresonance Therapy

To find out more or to book an appointment, you can use our contact us form here.

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