What causes asthma? Descriptions of bronchial constriction or swelling are considered the cause. But what causes the constriction or swelling? Another unknown.
If you have been diagnosed with the signs and symptoms of asthma you have come to the right place.
Asthma attack cause involves a fear or unexpected fright in one's territory. This is a syndrome going back and fourth between conflict active phase and resolution phase.
It can also involve conflicts where the patient wants, but doesn't want a situation to exist. "I want my room to myself, but I don't because that's selfish".
Other emotional issues are about trying too hard to please others, not standing up for yourself, afraid to express yourself, and feeling disempowered.
An older gentleman 81, had asthma signs and symptoms since he was three years old. He had been hospitalized various times during his lifetime for severe asthma attack. He had been taking allergy shots as his current asthma treatment for 25 years.
Over the telephone he wanted to know what causes asthma? I asked him if he recalled what happened when he was three years old? He said that his father was a violent man and threw out his mother, baby brother and himself onto the street.
He had a terrible fear seeing his mother being beaten in their own home. I explained that traumatic emotions never die until one become conscious of the event.
His asthma improved dramatically. Instead of 10 or 15 times per day he now uses his inhaler 2 to 3 times daily.
Derrik 13, had asthma for 10 years. I asked him if he recalled what happened when he was three years old. Derrik had an amazing memory. He explained in detail that he had been frightened out of his wits in his bedroom by poltergeist activity .
Derrik never spoke of this before out of fear he would be teased or ridiculed. We worked together resolving his fear issues. The asthma attacks completely stopped.
Julie, 8 years old had to share her bedroom with her older sister that bullied her. Julie wanted her sister out of the room, she wanted to fix up the room according to her own desires.
Her father brought her in and soon her condition improved. She returned a month later again with asthma. Again she improved.
She came in a third time and again with the same daily asthma attacks. I asked her father, how is Julie's mother feeling about the sessions.
He said that her mother does not accept Hamer's discoveries. Daily she would hound Julie to take her medications and with every little cough her mother would remind Julie that she has asthma.
Julie condition improved and has about two asthma attacks per month.
Her mother's disbelief and her older sister's continuing bullying contribute to the partial success of Julie overcoming the condition.