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Amoxil (Amoxycillin)

###table###Amoxil(Amoxycillin)
Other names: Ampicillin, Omnipen-N, Polycillin-N, Principen, Amoxicillin
CHILDHOOD ASTHMA: PREVENTION OF ASTHMA ATTACKS
‘Can’t you stop me having these attacks, Daddy?’ pleaded my little daughter Tina on one occasion when she was particularly breathless and was unable to go to school. It would have to be the one time when her class was going on an outing which Tina had been looking forward to for several weeks. Not only that but my wife had commented about ten days previously that the wheezing episodes seemed to be coming much more frequently and this was the fourth day in a month that Tina would miss a day at school. Certainly her actual attacks were being effectively treated but the methods we were using to prevent them were obviously totally inadequate.
It is most distressing to see your own child fighting for breath so it is vital to use all possible means to avert this happening, provided this does not interfere with the quality of life. All asthmatics should be able to lead a normal life and take part in all the usual activities without fear of becoming wheezy.
Prevention can be divided into four basic principles:
1. Ensure the natural body defenses or immune system is in tip-top condition.
2. Where possible, remove any obvious causes of the asthma attacks.
3. Regularly use any medication that has been prescribed.
4. Investigate the alternative methods of control, e.g. relaxation techniques, breathing exercises, homoeopathy, acupuncture and hypnosis.
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