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The Complete Guide to Integrative Therapies

A comprehensive program to help asthma sufferers identify their triggers, make changes in their environment, diet, and lifestyle, and reduce their dependence on drugs.

• Evaluates the full range of therapies, including acupuncture, herbalism, massage, yoga, and breathing exercises, as well as standard pharmaceuticals.

• By the authors of the bestselling Food Allergies and Food Intolerance.

• Provides special advice for parents with asthmatic children.

Almost everyone with asthma could be feeling better and using fewer drugs; this book shows you how. Internationally recognized authorities on allergies and asthma, Dr. Jonathan Brostoff and Linda Gamlin provide a comprehensive step-by-step program to help you identify your personal asthma triggers and make changes in your environment, diet, and lifestyle that can reduce your exposure to allergens and your need for drugs. The authors have examined the most up-to-date research to offer a critical survey of the full range of asthma therapies, from alternatives such as acupuncture, herbalism, yoga, and breathing exercises to the commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals. Expectant mothers and fathers with asthma will appreciate the information on how to reduce the risk of their unborn child acquiring the disease, and parents will find advice that can help their asthmatic children lead happier, healthier lives.
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  • Healing Arts Press | 
  • 512 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780892819324 | 
  • September 2000
List Price $19.95
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The Complete Guide to Integrative Therapies

The asthma epidemic - and how to beat it
'. . . we thought we had made a mistake . . .'
When researchers in Germany decided to look at the number of children with asthma, and compared the numbers in a West German city with numbers in two highly polluted cities in East Germany, they expected to find more asthma in the East. They did find more coughing and wheezing in the East, but when it came to asthma, the results were exactly the opposite. Initially the researchers reacted with disbelief. 'We checked all the data entries again because we thought that we had made... see more

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