Clenbuterol – The Drug Often Touted As Weight Loss Drug

Clenbuterol, a decongestant and bronchodilator, is often prescribed to the people suffering from breathing disorders. The patients of chronic breathing disorders, such as asthma, generally use Clenbuterol as a bronchodilator to help themselves to make their breathing easier. Commonly available in salt form as Clenbuterol hydrochloride, Clenbuterol is the drug that is often used by athletes and bodybuilders in order to retain lean muscle mass and reduce excessive fat. Often, the drug is used in very huge amounts because it helps in composition for increasing skeletal muscle mass by reducing body fat. Clenbuterol is advantageous drug as compared to its counterpart ephedrine, which does the same work but for shorter time period, as it doesn’t stay in the body more …

How Asthma Sufferers Can Live Drug-Free and Breathe Freely?

Who else wants to know that asthma is an allergic inflammation of the lungs and it’s on the rise among Americans, particularly among African American children. It’s estimated that between 20 and 40 million people suffer from the disease and its attacks can be debilitating and frightening, especially if the medication used to treat it produces unwanted side effects like anxiety and chest pain. Fortunately, there are non-drug remedies to reduce the frequency of asthma attacks in Blacks and decrease severity when they do occur. Alternative remedies include acupuncture, breathing exercises, diet, environmental changes and nutritional supplements. Let’s briefly look at each. 1) Pins & Needles Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that relieves pain and other conditions by the …

ANTI INFLAMMATORY DRUGS CAN BE ALSO GOOD

A Life with Asthma Life has been a struggle for Karen ever since she was a little girl. She was very allergic to dust mites, pollen coming from trees, and other allergens that seemed to surround her everywhere she went. Growing up did not only mean getting braces for her teeth, growing her hair long, or moving up several sizes. It also meant the daily battle with her own immune system that over-reacted to almost anything microscopic. He body’s anti-allergic response included the secretion of above-normal amounts of fluid in her nostrils and mucus inside her chest. The moment she gets an allergic reaction, her chest would suddenly feel as if a block of cement had been hurled at her. …