There is no natural cure for wheezing. However, staying in warm and humid areas, engaging in yoga, meditation and using ginkgo biloba may help relieve some symptoms of wheezing. Wheezing is a high-pitched whistling sound made by individuals who have breathing complications, notes Medline Plus.
Anyone can be affected by wheezing. However, individuals with hereditary conditions such as asthma are at a greater risk. Children attending day care, individuals with cancer, smokers and those with allergies are also at a greater risk of wheezing.
Asthma is among the leading causes of wheezing, according to Healthline. Other causes of this condition include bronchiolitis, heart failure, cystic fibrosis, certain medications, allergic reaction to insect stings, smoking, pneumonia, swelling of the throat, mucous buildup in the airways and inhaling a foreign substance or object.
Pay a visit to the doctor for proper diagnosis of the condition. In most cases, this condition has an underlying cause which must first be treated. To find relief at home, stay in areas with moist, heated air. This can be achieved by the use of vaporizers or taking a hot shower. Activities such as yoga are known to provide some relief. Meditation also relaxes the individual, making it possible to obtain relief from the effects of wheezing.