Breathing: Asthma, Chronic Bronchial and Lung infections
With asthma, the bronchi (the air passageways leading to the lungs) constrict, making it very difficult to breath. For these airways to remain relaxed and open, they must be able to adapt to heat and cold, moist and dry air, high and low weather related air pressure, as well as the sudden physiological body changes (like increased breathing) that come with exercise. Medications such as bronchial dilators will relax these air passageways, making easier to breathe, but only the restoration of the full nerve supply, the bronchi’s connection to the brain, will improve their ability to adapt in a healthy way to the environment and daily activities. Chiropractic spinal adjustments, delivered to relieve nerve pressure on these nerves, coupled with spinal postural alignment restoration, do accomplish this. PS: We have helped literally thousands of children reduce, or eliminate asthma medications, and experience long lasting healthy breathing.