Can Ginger And Chicken Cause Asthma To Recur?
1. What content is found in ginger and chicken that makes recurrent asthma? Given that like other spices, eggs and meat are not allergic. What natural medicines can be made at home or without consulting a doctor that is safe for asthmatics?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Ginger and chicken, in general, do not make a person's asthma recurrent. This is because there is no specific content in these two foods that can trigger asthma. This also proved that there are no special restrictions for people with asthma to consume ginger and chicken.
But please note, there are many triggers of asthma, such as stress, physical fatigue, cold air, infections of the respiratory tract, and allergies. So if someone is allergic to ginger and chicken, consuming both can trigger allergies and allergies are what triggers asthma. So it is not directly the ginger and chicken, but the allergic condition is what triggers it. It's the same as saying someone is allergic to peanuts. The beans themselves do not cause asthma, but if an asthma person is allergic to peanuts, they can trigger asthma.
So when asked what content therein can trigger asthma, the content is a certain protein that can trigger allergies in some people, which then makes the asthma recur. But again, this does not apply to everyone.
Regarding your next question, unfortunately there is no cure for asthma. Someone who does have asthma, will experience asthma for the rest of his life. The current medication is only to relieve symptoms when relapsing. But the status of the person still has asthma. If there are certain triggers, the asthma will return. Therefore, for those with asthma, so they don't need to go to the doctor too often, the recommendation is to recognize the trigger, then avoid it as much as possible. Limit physical activity, avoid cold air and besides what we mentioned above, the trigger can also be in the form of dust, animal hair, pollen, pollution, cigarette smoke, and various foods or drinks that can also trigger allergies. If by avoiding the triggers, asthma still often recur, meaning that special care is needed by a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.