Posted By:MX3 Admin
Jan. 30, 2019
Man’s affliction with asthma was born out of his adverse reactions to the environmental toxins. Asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition which affects the size and shape of the airways of the lungs, causing breathing difficulties. Characterized by symptoms like intermittent shortness of breath, chest pains, coughing or/with wheezing (a whistling sound) due to air blockage in the lungs, or worse, and by inflammations like edema or mucus formation. The causes come in varying degrees with each individual, depending on factors like dietary and environmental allergies, emotional or physical stress, pollution, infections, and hormonal imbalances. Even low blood sugar conditions may trigger attacks.
Asthma affects 12% of the world’s population. The Philippines ranks No. 9 in asthma mortality. This means that one out of 11 Filipinos is likely to suffer from this chronic lung disease. A report by the National Nutrition and Health Survey shows that about 12.4% of children aged 14 to 15 years old are afflicted with asthma.
At present, there is no known cure for asthma. But the use of inhalers, as prescribed by doctors, can help address or treat the discomforts of its symptoms. Metered-dose inhalers called bronchodilators can quickly open swollen airways that constrict breathing. An allergist can help in developing a treatment program or medications that would suit the asthma patients. Proper nutrition is one of the cornerstones of asthma treatment. Asthma specialists with nutrition orientation, as a general rule, would also advise that if steroids will relieve inflammation, then supplements with anti-inflammatory properties can also be beneficial.
This is where MX3, a natural supplement, extracted from the pericarp of mangosteen fruit, may help asthma sufferers. Clinical studies conducted in Canada reveal that MX3 helps reduce inflammation and improve health condition. Try MX3 500mgs capsule twice daily and feel the difference!
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