Bronchial Asthma. Bronchial Asthma Causes.
Our breathing is regulated by the central nervous system in the unconditioned reflex of blood circulation. Breathing rate and intensity are aimed at providing oxygen to the body. Increased and decreased respiratory intensity are natural physiological and psychological reactions of the person to environmental stimuli. During emotional stress, respiratory rate increases; in a quiet condition, it decreases. In some cases, due to emotional and behavioural disorders, the operation of the respiratory system is disturbed.
Laboured Breathing. Difficult to Breathe. Breathing Problems. Why is it difficult to breathe? How can one breathe correctly?
Laboured breathing is a learned behaviour when the inhalation and exhalation reaction in response to stimuli from the environment becomes uncontrollable by the central nervous system and starts threatening the person’s health. The disease is a result of some behavioural disorder in the blood circulation inborn reflex. It becomes difficult for the person to breathe. The person starts feeling as if he has trouble breathing. For breathing to return to normal, some behavioural psychotherapeutic work is required.
Asthma Attacks. Asthma Treatment. Bronchial Asthma Medications. Bronchial Asthma Tablets.
It is possible to eliminate asthma causes using behavioural psychotherapy. But, because of the lack of specialists in this area, the treatment is aimed at medicamentous attack stabilisation. In this case, the disease symptoms become more complicated, but not its reasons. There are no asthma tablets, there are just tablets to stabilise the attacks. As a result, the disease becomes chronic. A person with chronic asthma can suffer from asthma attacks during their whole life, and spend a great deal of money on health support if he/she does not eliminate the behavioural disease causes.
Medicamentous asthma treatment has to be accompanied by professional behavioural psychotherapy aimed at returning the blood circulation inborn reflex to normal.
Behavioural Psychotherapy. Psychological Help Online.
It is possible to take a bronchial asthma behavioural psychotherapy course online, using the most advanced method in behavioural psychotherapy nowadays, under the supervision of behavioural therapists from our centre. To do that, all you need is a computer (or a smartphone) and internet access. Psychotherapeutic training sessions are held at a time convenient to you, and with maximum comfort.