According to scientists from the University of Maryland, black coffee can relieve an asthma attack. Researchers believe that bitter coffee can affect taste buds located on the smooth muscles of the bronchi and lungs. As a result, during an asthma attack, it becomes easier to breathe.
Comment: Coffee can really help with asthma. The caffeine contained in it is able to relax the bronchial muscles. But it is better to drink strong green tea for this purpose. First, unlike coffee, it has a beneficial effect on the gastrointestinal tract. And, secondly, the catechins contained in tea have anti -radical , antiseptic and local anti-inflammatory effects. Coffee data is most likely a marketing gimmick.
Every year on the first Tuesday of May, International Asthma Day is
celebrated . Asthma day ). More than 80 countries around the world are
participating in the Global Strategy for the Treatment and Prevention of
In 1993, the National Institute of Heart, Lung and Blood (NIHLB, USA), the National Institutes of Health ( National institutes of Health , USA) and the World Health Organization created a GINA working group, which resulted in a report entitled “Global Strategy for the Treatment and Prevention of Bronchial Asthma” (1995), at the same time a special program “Global Asthma Initiative” was created. The first International Asthma Day was held in 1998 in Barcelona as part of the first World Summit on Asthma. It was organized to draw attention to the problem of the disease and raise awareness of citizens about the methods of treatment, diagnosis and prevention of bronchial asthma.