ASTHMA When Excess Type!

ASTHMA When Excess Type!
Complexities at A Glance: Unusual symptoms of asthma includes:
breathe shortness, difficult breathing, restlessness
concentration in difficult
cough persistent with cold especially either at night or early in the morning
lips blue
phlegmatic noises
sleep in difficult
throat itchiness
tightness, pain or pressure felt in the chest
An audible ‘wheezing’ sound is characteristic of asthma, especially when exhaling. These symptoms can mimic other illnesses, such as heart failure, emphysema, asthmabronchiectasis, bronchial obstruction, vocal-cord dysfunction, and hypersensitivity reactions. Exercise is a common trigger for asthma and may cause symptoms in 80%-90% of asthmatics. Exercise-induced asthma is managed by choosing an appropriate sport, controlling the asthma prior to events, warming up, avoiding cold, stopping exercise during an asthma attack, cooling down after exercise, and preventing episodes with the use of inhalers and bronchodilators.
Some conditions can cause asthma to worsen, including GERD, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, food allergies, and air pollution.
Excess type: Wind and Cold
It denotes due to invasion of wind cold, which impairs the smooth flow of the lung vital, that injures the skin and hair, and makes pores closed. Lungs vital fails to disperse and descend, leading to cough.
Main manifestations:
Cough with thin sputum, rapid breathing, accompanied by chills, fever, headache and absence of thirst, white tongue coating. Lungs main function is of respiration and is further associated with the skin and hair, which are first attacked by wind cold in invasive procedure.

TriOrigin ‘colors’ acupuncture a traditionally accomplished through the insertion of very fine micro needles at the certain energy gates on joints in miniature form of hands. The concept itself does not directly touch body organs and one may easily see the difference in initial few sessions. The aim is to promote health and ease sufferings. Give a Try! No doubt it works effectively.

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LUNGS normal working!


Lung is the organ for gas exchange where oxygen diffuses into blood and is exchanged for carbon dioxide in hemoglobin of erythrocytes; that means transfer oxygen from air into blood and carbon dioxide (a waste product of body) from blood into air. To accomplish gas exchange it has two components: airways and alveoli. The airways are branching, tubular passages like branches of a tree that allow air to move in and out of lungs. The wider segments of airways are trachea and two bronchi (going to either right or left lung). The smaller segments are called bronchioles. At the end of bronchioles are the alveoli, thin-walled sacs. (The airways and alveoli can be conceptualized as bunches of grapes with airways analogous to stems and alveoli analogous to grapes.) Small blood vessels (capillaries) run in walls of the alveoli, and it is across thin walls of the alveoli where gas exchange between air and blood takes place.
Breathing involves inspiration followed by exhalation. During inspiration, muscles of diaphragm and rib cage contract and expand size of chest (as well as airways and alveoli) causing negative pressure within airways and alveoli. As a result, air is sucked through the airways and into the alveoli and chest wall is enlarged. During exhalation, same muscles relax and chest wall springs back to its resting positions, shrinking the chest and creating positive pressure within the airways and alveoli. As a result, air is expelled from the lungs.
The walls of bronchioles are weak and have a tendency to collapse, especially while exhaling. Normally, bronchioles are kept open by elasticity of lung. Elasticity of lung is supplied by elastic fibers, which surround airways and line the walls of alveoli. When lung tissue is destroyed, as it is in patients with COPD who have emphysema, there is loss of elasticity and the bronchioles can collapse and obstruct flow of air. Normal lung tissues look a lot like a normal sponge. Emphysema often looks like an old sponge with large irregular holes and loss of spring and elasticity.

In addition to function in respiration, lungs also have non-respiratory function:

  • Alter the pH of blood by facilitating alterations in partial pressure of carbon dioxide.
  • Filter out small blood clots formed in veins.
  • Filter out gas micro-bubbles occurring in venous blood stream such as those created during decompression after underwater diving.
  • Influence concentration of some biologic substances and drugs used in medicine in blood
  • May serve as a layer of soft, shock-absorbent protection for heart, which the lungs flank and nearly enclose.
  • Immunoglobulin- A is secreted in bronchial secretion and protects against respiratory infections.
  • Helps in maintaining sterility by producing mucus containing antimicrobial compounds.
  • An important defense system against air-borne infection; dust particles and bacteria in inhaled air are caught in mucous layer present at mucosal surface of respiratory passages and are moved up towards pharynx by rhythmic upwards beating action of cilia.
  • Helps providing airflow for creation of vocal sounds.
  • Loss of blood from systemic circulation by hemorrhage can be partially compensated for by shunting blood from lungs into the systemic vessels.

TriOrigin a powerful tool to strengthen the functioning of lungs in a simple way by putting 1 mm very fine micro needles on energy pathways is to prick that too only on the hands! Often once needles are in place, most people relax and even fall asleep for duration of treatment that has a positive and holistic effect. In the meantime, one may start putting color dot with permanent marker pen on middle finger and palm as prescribed. The aim is to promote health and alleviate sufferings. Try, when in need for positive results! ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’

DEEP VEIN thrombosis [DVT]

IT is often asymptomatic. It can remain undetected until patient develops symptomatic pulmonary embolus [PE]. A clot that blocks the blood supply to the lungs is called a pulmonary embolism, predominantly in the legs. This potentially life-threatening event then prompts a search for source of the embolus. The often-asymptomatic dvtnature of DVT is one of the reasons why, in patients at high risk (those undergoing major orthopedic procedures involving hip or knee), optimal medical care involves thromboprophylaxis. It refers to a blood clot that develops inside a larger vein usually deep within the lower leg or thigh more particularly often in calf veins including the femoral, popliteal, and the iliofemoral vein that grows in the direction of venous flow towards the heart. The danger is that part of the clot can break off and travel through the bloodstream, where it can lodge in the lungs causing a blockage in blood flow, or organ damage, or even death cause. DVT often develops in the calf veins and ‘grows’ in the direction of venous flow, towards the heart. Occasionally the veins of the arm are too affected, as after central venous catheter placement.
Symptoms include:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Tenderness or pain more particularly in calf
  • Warmness
  • Discoloration of affected extremity
  • Engorged superficial veins happen in area of blood clot that is usually in legs.

A severe form is characterized by an acute and almost total venous occlusion of the entire extremity outflow, including the iliac and femoral veins. The leg is usually painful, discoloration, cyanosed (blue from lack of oxygen), ulcers and edematous (filled with fluid), which may result in venous gangrene.
In pulmonary embolism symptoms include trouble breathing, low blood pressure, fainting, faster heart rate, chest pain, and coughing up blood. Further, anything that damages the inner lining of vein may further cause of vein thrombosis. Blood that is thick or flows too slowly is more likely to form a clot, especially in a vein that is already damaged. Other things that raise the risk for blood clotting include genetic disorders, hormone changes, and sitting for long periods of time (such as when flying).
A person with a higher risk includes: who have cancer, surgery or extended period of bed rest. The elderly, smokers, long-distance travelers or those who are overweight or obese may be affected.
Warning signs of internal bleeding in the belly include pain; vomit that is red or looks like coffee grounds, and bright red or black stools. Bleeding in the brain can cause severe headache or symptoms of stroke such as vision changes, abnormal movement, and confusion.

  • To reduce swelling and discomfort, one should try to keep the affected leg raised when possible, plus recommended support to tie rubber band on middle toes of both the extremities to apply pressure to the blood in the legs to keeping out of pooling and clotting. This process reduces swelling and help relieve discomfort in a leg where a clot has already formed.
  • Walking and calf exercises reduce venous stasis because leg muscle contractions compress the veins and pump blood up towards the heart.
  • Being active increases blood flow, keeping out it from pooling and clotting.
  • Exercising the lower leg muscles in particular can help prevent DVT. When you’re not active at your work place, better to take breaks to stretch your legs. Get up and walk around if possible.
  • Frequent exercise also reduces the risk of obesity, which contributes to DVT risk overcome.
  • If swelling is a problem, try a low-salt diet to cut water retention.

Whenever there is a possibility, prop up legs with a pillow or recliner so they rest at above the level of heart.
TriOrigin acupuncture itself is a powerful tool to aid in strengthening the circulation system, blood flow ‘oxygen’ levels in the veins. One may get good results through the concept even by applying colors, seeds. One can also tie the metacarpophalangeal joint of middle finger with rubber. The method is helpful; the remission of the disease can be achieved. Of course there is no side effect at all as treatment concept is only on the hand. ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’