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post in: Lifestyle Date:08 Oct 2017, 15:31 views:3243
Re: altitude/asthma #8-Keep in mind, too that there are many factors in that. In Western cultures, we jump on drugs at the first chance always.
(I treat medium attacks now with a dose of very strong coffee-caffeine is the cheaper and more asthma easily available and low side effect method for non-major attacks, for example.) Life style is true-we live our lives indoors with little fresh air in Western cultures, too. Plus there are other factors that are changing in Per that have been common in "more advanced" countries for decades-cesareans, for example.
Babies born that way have a more than 50 higher risk for asthma. Children who grow up without pets/animals, ditto.
Chemically feeding of infants (as opposed to breastmilk ditto.
Growing up in a cloud of cigarette smoke-oh yeahhhh. (Smoking isn't popular in Per.). I am curious to watch over the next decades if such things as asthma rates go up as cultures like Per's copy more and more of the customs and habits of those other countries.
(One example, my brother-in-law is a physician.
He told me that if a woman enters a hospital to have a baby, she can expect right out that she'll be pitted and then have a natural birth at all, she has to stay home.