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Air Purifier And Facts About An Asthma

It is well known that each year millions of people become victims of asthma. Allergy the main cause of asthma, is a condition that blocks the airways and prevents air from easily entering the lungs resulting in wheezing and breathing difficulty. An asthma air purifier is used for purifying to get rid the air of the things that can cause …

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About Different Types of Asthma Medications

Most of the people around the world use different kind of medications as you can find in the present market, for a relief from asthma attacks. Some of the people are also trying to use some natural remedies which shows slow results. It has been observed in winter and seasonal changes, many people suffer from this asthma. Some of the …

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When You Have Asthma-And Exercise

When you have asthma, your mind will always wonder with negatives thoughts whether you can do the exercise correctly and safely. There are many things you can do to minimize the chances of an asthma attack while taking small steps to get yourself into better condition physically. First of all, understand that Asthma is a chronic lung disease characterized by …

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A Comprehensive View-Of Asthma Diagnosis

Diagnosis of asthma is necessary to determine the appropriate treatment of asthma according to the severity of the condition. It is a very challenging process because sometimes the signs might not be clear and some disease are similar to the symptoms of asthma which makes difficult in a thorough diagnosis. The process includes family gathering and medical history, a physical …

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Top Causes And The Easiest Way To Prevent Childhood Asthma

Clinical studies show that household dust mites allergens are the number one cause and the biggest culprit of childhood asthma. Other common allergens such as animal dander (dry dead flaking skin), mold, cockroaches, household chemicals, pollens and tobacco smoke are also main offenders. Actually speaking, asthma is not caused by allergens, the more suitable terminology word ‘trigger’ is the factor …

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How To Lessen Asthma With Exercise And Other Activities?

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that attacks your respiratory system. Symptoms are characterized by wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and coughing. Asthma is either genetically or environmentally acquired. The asthma attacks may be triggered by viral respiratory infections, heavy exercise and allergens, airway irritants, dust, fur, mites and cockroaches that will worsen asthma and may lead to an …

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An Overview Of Chronic Asthma

┬áIn many, chronic asthma, being a severe condition affects the person’s lifestyle. So much so they might need special medical attention or possibly be hospitalized. A shortage of air to and from the lungs results when there’s a flareup in the airways. The lungs are in constant need of air, and without it the consequences could be fatal. The National …

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Learn About The Most Common Household Asthma Triggers

It is obviously a miserable life for most asthma sufferers. At times it makes the patients feel like a fish out of water for breath. There are several triggers that people with asthma have to learn to be aware of and avoid whenever possible. Asthma Triggers include the hair of our furry companions. People with asthma can live comfortably with …

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Causes of asthma Part 2-By Dr.Karim

Causes Of Asthma The main component of bronchial asthma is Air flow obstruction This air flow obstruction is due to 3 factors: A-Contraction of the airway smooth muscle(Bronchoconstriction) Smooth muscle tissue is a type of muscle tissue found in blood vessels, digestive tract, some sphincters and bronchioles. This type of muscle tissue is innervated by the autonomic nervous system thus …

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Causes of asthma Part 1-By Dr.Karim

It is chronic inflammation of the respiratory airways characterized by: – Air flow obstruction that is reversible either spontaneously or with treatment. – Airway hyperresponsivensess to many stimuli. – Genetic predisposition (it tends to run in families). It is the most common chronic respiratory disorder among all age groups. Chronic is a medical term which means that this disease tends …

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