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Asthma-What Is It?

 Asthma is a chronic lung diseases that causes breathing difficulties and wheezing when air passages narrow and become inflamed. The situation ranges from mild to severe. Some people have only intermittent, mild symptoms, while others have almost constant symptoms with severe, life-threatening flare-ups. During an asthma attack, the airways become inflamed and narrower as the muscles surrounding them constrict. The …

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Meaning Of Allergy – Asthma

An allergy refers to an altered beyond normal reaction by our immune system in response to bodily contact with certain foreign body matters. It is altered beyond normal because these foreign substances are usually seen by the body as harmless and no response happens in non- allergic people. Allergic people’s bodies recognize the foreign substance and one part of the immune system …

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Basic About Asthma

People who have not gone through an asthma attack may take asthma attack not seriously, but the truth is that it can be a very terrifying ordeal. If you are wondering how it feels like to actually have an asthma attack, then think about how it feels to slowly drown except that there is no water for you struggle with, …

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Managing Asthma and Allergies

What causes allergies? An allergy takes place as the immune system over-reacts to allergens. Allergens may be dust mites, pollen, latex, insect stings, nuts etc. Sometimes the autoimmune system makes a mistake and incorrectly picks out nontoxic substances as harmful. When a substance is considered to harmful, the autoimmune system releases chemical compounds to combat the allergen(s). These chemical compounds …

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Asthma Diagnosis and Treatment

 Medical Examination and Tests Family, environmental and occupational background is gathered to establish triggering factors that lead to the asthma attack. It is also essential for your health professional to note the various events that lead to the asthma attack as well as main signs and symptoms when the asthma attack was treated, managed and prevented. After a preliminary history …

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Symptoms of Asthma

An asthmatic attack is one of the main medical emergencies. In an asthmatic attack, there is constriction or a tightening or the bronchial wall muscle, and a secretion of mucus, often with plugging of small air tubes, as well as inflammation and swelling of the bronchial lining. The frequency, period and severity of the asthmatic attack and its symptoms change …

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Asthma Treatment and Diagnosis

Diagnosing Asthma Asthma diagnosis is based on continuous, precise measurements of how efficiently the patient can force air out of the lungs and on a thorough medical history and laboratory tests to find out what triggers the patient’s acute attacks. People with asthma react to external irritants in a way that non-asthmatics don’t. Many, but not all, sufferers have allergies that …

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Causes And Cure

Did you experienced sneeze or cough during cleaning the house, or your kids usually sneeze and have red watery eyes? Well it can be because you are allergic to the dust around you. There can be many allergens in this dust like human dander, animal dander, waste of cockroaches and other insects. When any of these allergens comes in contact …

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Diagnosis of Asthma Part 1-By Dr.Karim

It is very important to know that there is no diagnostic blood test, radiographic or histopathological investigation done to confirm the diagnosis of asthma. The diagnosis of bronchial asthma is based upon clinical diagnosis. It is important during the diagnosis of asthma to keep its definition in mind It is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways in susceptible individuals, …

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Asthma Symptoms-By Dr.Karim

Symptoms are what the patient complains of. Signs are what the doctor detects or measures. Before further reading, it is important to know that none of the following signs and symptoms is specific to bronchial asthma. These signs and symptoms are caused by multiple other lung diseases. Examples of diseases that cause localized airway obstruction: -Lung cancer -Aspiration of a …

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Know What Causes Asthma Bronchitis

Acute bronchitis if not controlled and treated properly may result to chronic or asthma bronchitis. This condition is associated to the obstruction in the bronchial tube, mucus membrane and other respiratory tissues and organs. The common causes of this obstruction is irritants like pollen, dust, chemicals, strong odors and viruses Irritants are naturally fought by the body but once the …

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Treatments of Asthma And Types

Asthma, a chronic respiratory disorder disease is very common in almost every part of this world. A potential fatal disease that makes most affected sufferers at a great handicap. Managing asthma is the key one can adopt to come to terms with the disease. Though there is a possibility that the disease can flare up at any time, most sufferers …

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Asthma Attacks-What Triggers?

What triggers an asthma attack and the prevention is one of the question inquired by many sufferers  According to research  there are many factors that can trigger an attack. Some of the common ones are : • Pollens and outdoor molds – These are likely to trigger an asthma attack. In order to minimize the risk, use air conditioning if possible. Pollen …

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Understand Asthma

Asthma is a very common chronic disease which is increasing every year.It affects people of all age, races and ethnic backgrounds. It is a disease that is associated to the inflammation of the airways that causes airflow into and out of the lungs to become restricted. When you have asthma, your airways tend to be red and swollen and irritants …

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Doctor Should Be Your First Call To Handle Your Asthma-Why?

This article with a collection of the best valid advice concerning asthma will help you to battle off the harmful symptoms of asthma and aid you in finding strategies to live a healthier and less burdensome life. Injection of control medication that can be used to keep your allergic reactions to a minimum. Desirably, if you have a severe asthma …

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About Allergic Asthma Treatment

Though it is been shown that allergic asthma which is treatable manifest more commonly in kids and adults, it also affect the older age group. Allergic asthma may not only be associated with diseases like hay fever and eczema, it can also be of inherited genes. Although there is no vaccine available for this disease, as well as a cure …

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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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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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