I remember my first trip to the doctor.
My doctor told me that I had a bad cold.
I felt like I was going to die, so I had to leave the room, but he didn’t call me back.
I remember being at home and feeling like I had just lost my parents.
My mom was a teacher and my dad was a construction worker, and they were in a different world.
I was so scared.
I think it’s because of the way they were treated at home.
When I was a child, I had gas and it was a big deal.
I would go to the house and have it checked out, and I would never get it tested because I’d get sick and be in a wheelchair.
Then, at age 18, I got an asthma attack.
I got a little bit dizzy and I couldn’t walk, so my asthma was pretty bad.
And then when I went to the hospital, I found out I had asthma.
And the doctor said, “Well, you need to go to a doctor and get tested.”
And I said, I have asthma.
It was so scary.
My asthma was so bad.
I couldn`t breathe.
It would sting and it would hurt, and it got worse.
I`d try to do things that I thought would help me, and things that would make me feel better.
My family couldn` t afford to go for a doctor, and then I was like, I`ll never be able to have a regular routine.
And that`s what I did.
But I did start to get better.
I stopped taking a lot of the medications and just started taking the natural remedies.
So my asthma is much better.
When you take a natural remedy like a mint extract or a rosemary extract, the doctor tells you, “You are taking a medicine that has been around for thousands of years.
You are taking it to treat asthma.”
But I found that a lot less medications were available.
So I started taking my own remedies.
When it comes to the natural remedy, it doesn`t matter if it`s a mint or a sage, it`ll work.
But the natural healing process is much more powerful, because it`re a holistic thing.
It has to do with taking a combination of your body, the medicine that you are taking, the environment, your emotions, your health, your immune system.
I don`t know if there`s another way to do it.
My wife has asthma, and she just had to get tested for it.
And her test came back positive for COVID-19.
The first time I went into the hospital with her, I was on my own for the first time.
I thought, “Oh my God, my lungs are killing me.
They`re not going to breathe.”
And then the next day I had my first coughing fit, and the first coughing fits came up, and my family called me to the operating room.
My mother had asthma and my father had COPD, so they put me in a room.
I had four doctors in the room and I had two nurses in the back.
And they were just all trying to take care of me.
I didn`t have to be in pain.
I wasn`t breathing.
But my lungs were getting worse and worse, and there was no way that I was getting better.
Then I started getting better, but I wasn”t able to keep up with the COVID medications.
So then my asthma got worse and the symptoms were getting better and better.
But then I had the same thing happen to my lungs again.
I started coughing up more.
I just got sicker and sicker.
And I just started to think that maybe this is not going in the right direction.
So, after that, my asthma went into a plateau.
I could breathe, but the symptoms kept getting worse.
So it wasn` t until about three weeks after I had had the asthma attack that I started seeing improvement in my asthma.
Then at that point, I started to feel better, and that` s when I started feeling really good.
I knew I had gotten better.
At that point I started having regular appointments, I began to work out and I started reading about natural remedies and natural therapies.
So now, when I go to my doctor and I tell them I have an asthma issue, they`re like, “That`s amazing!
You have asthma.”
And they have a good reason.
Because my asthma started getting worse, I decided I wanted to be able, and was willing to try to be a good parent.
I wanted my daughter to be healthy, and if I was healthy, my daughter would be healthy.
So when I tell my daughter, “I`m going to be doing the things I`m supposed to be teaching her,” she`s like, oh, my dad said that?
She`s not doing them? I`ve been