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Asthma is a medical condition that affects the bronchioles of the lungs. Asthma is caused by the inflammation of airways. The inflammation causes the airways to constrict which causes them to irritate and makes it difficult for the air to get in and leave the air passages and this causes wheezing and breathlessness. The inflammation also causes the passage of the airways to make mucus which causes cough and obstructs the airflow. Asthma patients usually suffer from sudden and frequent attacks of short breath and breathlessness. Most asthma patients use inhalers to get instant relief from asthma attacks. The typical symptoms of asthma include:
The following factors are the main causes of asthma.
Asthma patients must know what makes their asthma worse and what triggers its symptoms. The following are known to trigger asthma symptoms.
Asthma is known not to be cured. However, it can be treated and patients can use medicines to reduce the symptoms of asthma. The following can help treat asthma.
During an asthma attack, it is essential that the patients use their medicines correctly. Patients must not strain themselves physically and also make sure that they are not alone during an asthma attack. If the patient panics during the attack, it further worsens the patient's condition. Asthma patients must always keep their inhalers handy so that whenever an attack occurs they can use it and prevent other respiratory disorders or asthma from getting worse.
Asthma patients must
I being an Asthma patient have almost travelled to all top notch medical centers in India to treat this and I have the condition way better than the last.But Now I do not take regular inhalers neither any other oral medicines was prescribed. I can tell you all with a personal experience that it is your lifestyle and foods which can almost control 80% of your symptoms and 20% is medicines and with god grace I am all okay without medicines but just avoid some food , life style and do very little yoga…
Very helpful information. I wasn’t aware that spicy food can trigger asthma, something I will be very mindful of I future.
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