Home > Experts > Question Question Posted by: Adele | 2013/01/24 Allergic induced asthma My 5 year old son has a dust allergy which causes a continuous post nasal drip. This results in coughing for up to an hour at a time at 23h30 and 04h00 every night. Our doctor hesitatingly diagnosed him as asthmatic. He has been treated with homeopathic medicine, which has reduced the length of his coughing fits, but not eliminated them. We''ve put special anti-dust mite line on his bed, and he takes dust desensitizer daily. During the school holidays he stopped coughing altogether, but started again within 2 days of being at school. I think he is allergic to the plane trees that surround the school. How can I do my own muscle testing with him to determine the actual cause of his post nasal drip and asthma? Not what you were looking for? Try searching again, or ask your own question Have your say Your name (optional) Your comment Security × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Search health advice Find an answer × Thanks for commenting! Your comment will appear on the site shortly. Reply to Your name (optional) Your comment Security Close Submit comment Recently: Asked Questions Answered Questions Commented Questions Septum reset CRAVING VIR YS Will womb scrape help me? Child's fingernails peeling Side effects Quick ejaculation Erectile dysfunction Enlarged prostate Sexual Problem Expired ED pills Hi im on depo for one month now and have gained 7kg despite of the fact that im using herbex slimming products.What can I di to stop the weight gain? My son and I If a girl swallows sperm, can she get pregnant? He called me filth Hormone advertisement From our sponsors Discover treatments that can help reduce acne What can I do to reduce or remove acne marks? Dementia and Incontinence: what you need to know WIN a R2000 Skin Renewal online store voucher!