One of the worrying health problems at this time because the number of patients continues to increase is asthma. This chronic breathing disorders are settled and if the asthma was under attack, though mild, it still can interfere with daily activities.

Data were obtained from the World Health Organization (WHO) indicate that the number of asthma sufferers in the world continues to grow around 180 thousand people per year. Meanwhile, according to survey data from The Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) in 2004, found that asthma cases worldwide reached 300 million, and predicted in 2025, people with asthma increased to 400 million.

People with asthma are able to live productive as long as they are able to control their asthma. Asthma can be controlled with proper management carried out in full, not only with pharmacologic therapy, but also use nonpharmacologic therapies, by controlling the symptoms of asthma.

Controlling the symptoms of asthma can be done by avoiding allergens, asthma triggers, asthma consultation with the medical team regularly, healthy life with proper nutrition and avoiding stress. One way that can be achieved is by doing gymnastics asthma.

The series of exercises asthma in principle is to get a positive effect as follows:
  • To practice how to breathe correctly
  • Flex and strengthen the respiratory muscles
  • Exercising effective expectoration
  • Improve circulation
  • Accelerate controlled asthma
  • Maintaining a controlled asthma
  • Improving the quality of life better
Gymnastics asthma is not much different from most other gymnastics, gymnastics asthma just should not be done arbitrarily. Therefore, be some hospitals have been presented a gym routine asthma to advance this exercise correctly.

The requirements for those who would do gymnastics asthma, ie not in an asthma attack, tightness and coughing, heart attack, and stamina in a state of decline due to the flu or a lack of sleep and recovering. Gymnastics asthma should be routinely performed 3-4 times a week and each time the exercise takes about 30 minutes.

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