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Saturday, March 3, 2012

ASTHMA CAN OCCUR DUE TO OBESITY


ASTHMA CAN OCCUR 
DUE TO OBESITY

© 3 March, 2012: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan, Ph.D.)

I just read a news in MedicineNet.com  about a latest news related to Asthma.
 
If you wish to know the full story, you may want to visit the site:  http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=155423

According to the above HealthDay News, dated February 29th, 2012, children and teens who are overweight or obese are more likely to have asthma.

This research was done by Mary Helen Black of the Kaiser Permanente Southern California Department of Research & Evaluation, and was published in Obesity.

Further elaboration of the news says that the relationship between excess weight and asthma has not yet been proven.

MY INTERPRETATION 
FOR THE ABOVE OCCURRENCE:

When a child, teenager or even an adult UNDER-URINATES, as I have explained repeatedly in all my books, and also in the postings in this Blog, the waste water gets out of the body in the form of profuse sweat, and the disease is called HYPERHIDROSIS.

In the previous posting, I have explained in great detail that the profuse sweat chills outer body (the skin surface).

When this happens the air-borne moisture condenses in the breathing pores - the alveoli, and creates breathing problem.

In the long run, this becomes asthma (See my book "Asthma, Bronchitis, Cough, Sneezing & Sweating)

The other point to remember is that the EXCESSIVE CALCIUM that is supposed to get removed from the body through urinations, stays within the body in any person who under-urinates.

Such calcium, on accumulation in the soft tissues makes the person overweight or obese.

Thus, under-urination makes a person obese, and the same phenomenon gives asthma as well.

These process happen much easily in children, for they are more susceptible than the grown-up people.

If a child can be regulated to urinate once every two hours, he/she will NOT become obese, and also will not develop asthma.

The researchers who did the study on this subject should have monitored the quantity of water consumed by those children, along with the quantity of urine voided.

If only they included these two parameters in their research programme, they would not have stranded for want of proper explanation of the results they had obtained.

It is still not too late. They can repeat the experiment with the inclusion of these two parameters this time.

(The Researchers can communicate with me for help while designing a new experiment along these lines.)

OK, friends,
Talk to you again, soon.
Dr. Palani