Our seven-year-old daughter had her first asthma attack when she was three. After trying every supplement I could find to help her breathing difficulties (instigated by allergy, over exertion and viruses), I turned to modern medicine. The allergy and asthma specialist proscribed Singulair which worked beautifully for a month; when it lost its efficacy they gave us another drug, then another drug and finally prescribed a steroid.
A month later, our daughter became sick with a cold, followed by another, and another, and another. Every month she was getting ill; but the last time she was sick – taking Albuterol every 2-4 hours and Budesinide (a steroid inhalant); she said Mommy, I’m losing my breadth walking to the bathroom or even drinking a glass of water. That’s when I contacted the Breathing Center – desperate for a solution.
Bella skyped with Sasha Yakovleva, twice a week at first and then once a week thereafter. She laid the foundation for her to rebuild her health through very specific breathing exercises. It gives me great joy to say that she no longer needs Albuterol and she skates and jumps just as hard as I do.
Then, she caught a cold last weekend that lasted for three days. When a coughing fit ensued, I contacted Sasha who gave specific instructions on how to cough through her nose. In the middle of the night Bella woke up, coughing and wheezing. I gave her Sasha’s instructions on how to cough through her nose and her coughing quickly subsided, her wheezing continued for minutes and then she was fast asleep.
I’m so thankful for this information and to Sasha for her dedication to improve the quality of people’s lives through natural healing.
Kimberly’s Teacher: Sasha Yakovleva