The condition affects the respiratory system, forcing the muscles around the airway to tighten and narrow and the bronchioles to become inflamed and swollen, making it difficult to breathe and causing coughing, wheezing and breathlessness.
For many years, research has shown that hypnotherapy can be an effective treatment for this condition. Helping patients to control, reduce and in some cases eliminate their condition.
Research shows that there is a definite link between stress and asthma. The more stress a person feels the more likely they are to experience an attack and as we know, the first thing hypnotherapy does is to put the patient into a deeply relaxed state. This way, when the patient feels himself or herself expecting to experience an attack, they will have learnt the relaxation techniques required to bring their breathing back into control.
If you feel that hypnotherapy is something that could potentially help you then please visit the homepage of this site where you can contact a hypnotherapist in your area.