Thunderstorm Asthma

Asthma can be triggered by a high pollen concentration in the event of a thunderstorm, particularly in spring and early summer.

People do not need a history of asthma or hay fever to be affected.

Clinical trials of Buteyko Breathing have shown that people with asthma breathe in excess of the normal amount of air for a healthy individual, and this may result in the intake of an excessive amount of airborne triggers including pollen.

By correcting breathing back to the physiological norm of 4-5 litres per minute for an adult (less for children), people intake less allergens and may experience a decrease in asthma symptoms.

Normal recommendations of avoiding triggers where possible like staying indoors and having a plan for the onset of symptoms, should of course be continued.

Attend a free Buteyko Breathing seminar in person or watch it online from the home page of this website for further information. You can also request a free information pack and we are happy to answer your questions.

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