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If you suffer with asthma, you know just how hard it can be to breathe.

And forget taking a deep breath. You’d do anything to be able to breathe normally.

This inability to breathe makes It easy to accept the mainstream drugs your doc pushes your way.

But there’s a frightening truth to one of them…

It gives you wild nightmares… can cause you to see things while you’re awake….

And can even cause you to take your own life.

Singulair, is a powerful asthma drug. Sure, it might be great when it comes to helping maintain your asthma.

But it’s not so great when it comes to your mental wellbeing. In fact, it’s downright dangerous.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency published an URGENT safety update about this “breathe-easy” drug…

Warning that it SHOOTS UPS your risk of neuropsychiatric reactions.

These include:

  • Nightmares or night terrors
  • Depression
  • Aggression
  • Severe anxiety
  • Hallucinations
  • And even suicidal thoughts.

And while there haven’t been any deaths linked yet (thank goodness) there were TWO suicide attempts in Canada linked to this “asthma treatment.” And 11 cases where users CONSIDERED suicide and self-harm.

In another 29 cases those taking the drug suffered from depression, hostility or “other psychosis.”

Thankfully, there are alternatives to lessen your asthma attacks that DON’T have you seeing things that aren’t there…

You can start by trying some ginger.

Studies show that ginger has compounds that help relax the muscles that tighten and constrict with asthma sufferers. Not only that, but it soothes your inflamed airways.

Cut up some ginger and let it seep in some boiling water as a warm drink. Or mix a teaspoon of ground ginger with some water to drink before bed.

Another option is to brew turmeric tea. Turmeric has a compound called curcumin which has been shown to ease inflammation in the airways of mice.

The takeaway: read the fine print before you completely trust what your mainstream doc says.

Chances are their drugs are doing you more harm than good.