CAN'T GET A FULL BREATH, AIRWAY IS VERY DRY AND SORE

Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2011

My symptoms:

Can't get a full breath
Airway very dry, irritated, sore (not throat, but below)
NO mucus production (is a relief when I get some, rare though)
No cough. Forcing myself to couch makes the irritation much worse.
The tightness is all coming from right underneath my solar plexus.

I think this is just an allergic reaction. I had a severe, acute experience once ten years ago. For the past two years though, it's become almost a constant in my life.

thank you, Ted.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
06/10/2011
384 posts

The dry airway is lack of hyaluronic acid produced which gives it difficulty breathing. Try hyaluronic acid, but it must be dissolved in a glass of water. Take as much as if necessary to do the job. The allergic reaction could be immune response, so called autoimmunity. Take beta glucan in amounts of 1000 mg. This must also be dissolved in a glass of water, will help normalize immune response, taken 3 times a day. Magnesium citrate, magnesium chloride or magnesium gluconate can help some of your problems.

Ted

p.s. Sorry took so long, I wasn't able to answer at that time.


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