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I can answer questions regarding life-style, diet,exersises, non-drug, alternative treatment of the patients with asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic pneumonia.Bronchospasm is symptom of many respiratory disorders. Non-drug treatments such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, nutritional supplementation, lung massage, cupping, diet, colonhydrotherapy have a long history to help people with asthma.

Experience in the area

I have dacades of the experience as MD in ICU. At that time I treat a lot of patients with severe asthmatic status. I have decades of the experience working with asthma patients by using coventional and alternative, non-drug treatments.

Publications

EBook "Healthy Pancreas, Healthy You", many articles in the internet

Education/Credentials

European MD RN, LicAc, PhD in the U.S.

Past/Present Clients

I treat patients with lung disorders every day

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polly01/29/16101010thanks for your help and great advice .....
Zent11/23/15101010Thanks a lot, Dr.Melamed!!
Zent10/10/15101010Thank you!!

Recent Answers from Peter Melamed, PhD

2017-01-15 Inhaler:

Dear, May!    Albuterol is an alpha blocker drug that influences in the autonomic nervous system and reduces bronchial spasms.  These types of the medications were developed in the England in 50s. At that

2016-12-05 asthma/estrogen:

Dear, Leslie!    You wrote, "i'd love to have a non-pill/nebulizer solution to get through these times."    I treated persons with severe asthma attacks as an MD in the ICU many years. I have done it as

2016-11-20 Red Blood Cells:

Dear, Gloria!    High red blood cell count and low white blood cells count can be your body’s compensation mechanism on the low oxygen blood level. We also cannot rule out the side effect of the medications

2016-11-17 Red Blood Cells:

Dear, Gloria!    Your question “Should I be concerned.?” about “PFT of 45 percent” and “permanent Lung Damage.”  has only one answer “Yes, indeed.”     I do not know your age, lifestyle, medical history

2016-06-13 Blood In Mucus sh:

Dear, Garima Mehra!    Blood in mucus in person with chronic bronchitis can occur after a persistent cough. Small vessels may be ruptured with oozing of the blood. More serious reasons can be tuberculosis

 

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