Monthly Archive for: ‘December, 2013’

A Closer Look at Bronchodilators-By Edter

Bronchodilators are the most commonly prescribed medication for treating bronchial asthma. Its main effect is to promote bronchial dilations (widening of the airway) to accommodate sufficient amount of oxygen. Basically, there are two general classifications of bronchodilators. The long-acting bronchodilator is classified as a maintenance drug to control asthma. It is scheduled for regular maintenance to retain the normal pathway of …

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Effective Ways of Using Oral and Nasal Anti-Histamines for Allergic Asthma

Allergic asthma can take your life instantly. If the nature of your asthma attack is aggravated by allergy then the best way to manage the problem is through immediate intake of anti-histamines. This drug counteracts the abnormal responses of the immune system against allergens. Allergens that penetrate in the body can stimulate the immune system to release a specific immunoglobulin …

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Can Allergy Cause Bronchial Asthma? – By Edter

According to the latest health census of the World Health Organization, there are over 235 million individuals around the globe suffering from bronchial asthma. This respiratory problem is included in the ten causes of mortality to children age three to six years old. There is 32% of the total number of asthma cases caused by allergens. This statistics tell us …

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Online Games for Children with Asthma-By Edter

Learning of bronchial asthma can easily alter the kid’s attention span. This is because kids have strong resistance level from understanding their condition especially if the teaching process is too daunting. Parents find it difficult to let their asthmatic kids comprehend the threat of asthma. Even doctors and other health care professionals have hard time teaching kids about their health …

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