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The incidence of asthma is becoming more prevalent, especially in children under 11-years old.  The symptoms of asthma are wheezing and inability to inhale sufficient air, triggered by spasms in the bronchial tubes that restrict the air passageways.  If unchecked, asphyxia can result in brain damage or even death.  Asthma is a serious life-limiting condition.  Both genetic and environmental factors contribute to the onset and chronic nature of asthma.  Often an allergen or toxin is responsible in compromising the immune system, which initiates an asthmatic reaction to an asthma trigger.  Undesirable mental health conditions such as panic attacks, phobias, depression, or anxiety are either a result or can trigger an asthma attack.

Treatment with the Bicom Optima 34 begins by reducing the symptoms or attacks to reduce the dangerous component of an attack and to demonstrate to the patient that recovery has begun.  The second part is the diagnosis or discovery of why the patient has asthma symptoms.  In many cases the symptoms of asthma disappeared once the main allergen was identified and treated, allowing the restored immune system to safely compensate for future environmental exposure to toxins that would otherwise exacerbated the asthma condition.