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Intramuscular Vaccine:Preventive Treatment for Allergic Asthma-By Edter

Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the bronchial tubes and bronchioles in the lungs. Moreover, this condition is caused by several factors including allergens. Allergens are referred to substances that are commonly present in the external environment. This type of pathogen can cause mild to severe irritation to the airway, which may lead to inflammatory process. Due …

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Bronchial Thermoplasty: The Newest Treatment for Asthma-By Edter

Today, the medical industry had developed another treatment modality for asthma. The bronchial thermoplasty was established to reduce the inflammation of the smooth muscles in the airway. This procedure is associated with the use of Alair system device. It is proven to be safe and effective for out-patient therapies. However, not every hospital has the privilege of performing this procedure. …

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How to Use a Metered Dose Inhaler for Adults with Asthma-By Edter

Bronchial asthma in adults is common. It is one of the leading causes of mortality to people ages 35 and above. This condition affects the normal state of the airway due to constrictions. However, the most commonly prescribed medications for treating asthma are the inhaled respiratory treatments. This type of medication is known as metered dose inhaler or MDI. It …

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Homeopathic Remedies for Asthma Attack-By Edterchelle Soriano

Bronchial asthma is a form of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This condition is characterized by the presence of wheezing during exhalation. It occurs when the airway is obstructed. Thus, it will result into insufficient amount of oxygen that flows toward the lungs and will lead to an asthma attack. There are several factors that can cause asthma attack. Among these …

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Herbal Plants for Treating Asthma-By Edterchelle Soriano

The traditional Chinese medicines are focused on alternative treatment for diseases. It does not include any chemical compounds, which may produce any adverse reactions. Bronchial asthma is a form of respiratory disease that can cause bronchial spasms. As a result, people with asthma may suffer from insufficient respiratory functions. There are noted herbal plants which can help relieve the signs …

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Asthma Symptoms Monitoring-By Edterchelle Soriano

The success rate of treating asthma depends on the person’s ability to monitor their condition. This is done through taking note of the severity and frequency of the asthma symptoms. These symptoms of asthma include shortness of breath, wheezing and coughing. Additionally, assessing the function of the lungs can help manage asthma. This article will discuss about several ways on …

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Pharmaceutical Medications for Exercise-Induced Asthma-By Edter

Asthma related to exercises occurs if the airway becomes narrowed after the activity. The medical term for this condition is Exercise-Induced Asthma or Bronchoconstriction or EIB. Exercising is not considered as an etiology (cause) of asthma but it is one of the predisposing factors that trigger the attack. An individual usually displays the symptoms of asthma and it worsens during …

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Essential Vitamins for Controlling Bronchial Asthma-By Edter

Bronchial asthma is considered as a life-long disease, which causes the bronchus to swell or narrow. This condition can impair the normal respiratory rate. It is characterized by shortness of breathing, presence of wheezing (whooshing sound during exhalation), and pain at the chest area. There is no definite cure for treating asthma. All of the medications used by people with …

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Asthma Treatment:By Dr.Deepti M

Asthma Treatment Asthma is a very dreadful disease, and many people are becoming the victims of this disease throughout the world. There are no geographical, ethnic or racial restrictions for this disease. It can affect people belonging to different geographical regions, races, etc. People of all age groups are affected, although kids are more commonly affected from this disease. The …

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Asthma Treatment Medication For short-term relief and long-term control

If you have asthma, it’s very important you know about the most effective asthma treatment and medications for short-term relief and long-term control. Knowing asthma treatments will enable you to work with your regular doctor to confidently manage and control your asthma symptoms practically everyday. When you have an asthma attack or asthma symptoms, it’s essential to know when to call your doctor or asthma healthcare providers to prevent an  emergency situation. …

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Signs of Asthma-What You Need To Do

Generally not all experiences the signs of asthma in the same way. Some people may experience all the signs of asthma while others may experience just one. Just because you experience one of the signs of asthma, you don’t necessarily have an asthma diagnosis. Finally, you may experience atypical (means something that is irregular or not ordinary) signs of asthma, …

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Asthma Inhalers And Children

Asthma inhalers are the easier’s way to get asthma medications to a child’s lungs. While a nebulizer might be convenient to use, many parents and kids do not like the lengthy time it takes to deliver an asthma treatment. While more convenient asthma inhalers must be used properly, requiring caution, if they are needed to be effective. That can be simplified by combining a …

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Treat Asthma Medications

Generally there are two types of asthma medications:- 1) rescue and 2) controller medicines. Most asthmatics need both the medications. Many people with asthma are only treated with a rescue asthma inhaler, which is a common mistake to make. Check out whether your asthma is controlled or not and if you need additional therapy such as a controller medicine. Rescue asthma medicines are those medicines …

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Treating Asthma In Children-Rescue or Reliever Medicines

Children with mild irregular asthma do not have symptoms always so, generally do not need to be on daily asthma control medications. But, every children with asthma may need occasional asthma rescue medications to treat asthma attacks,when occasional periods of asthma symptoms, often triggered by a viral infection, exposure to an allergen or exposure to an irritant. For fast relief of asthma symptoms, …

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Treating Asthma – Medications

Generally medications are used to treat asthma, prevent asthma and control asthma symptoms, to reduce the number and severity of asthma episodes and to improve airflow. Mainly two types of asthma medications which are widely used: Anti-inflammatory medicines Anti-inflammatory medicines are the most essential medicines for most asthmatics(under Statistical). Anti-inflammatory medications reduce swelling and mucus production in the airways. As a solution, airways …

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Asthma Triggers

Most or in fact ALL asthma patients for any period of time, you have likely come to and identifying point some of the things that make the asthma worse by triggering. You may have found that if you run to catch the bus on a cold winter’s day, you begin to cough and breathe heavily. Perhaps if you are around cigarette smoke …

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Bronchodilators

 Seriously know that none of the bronchodilator medicines treats the inflammation of the bronchial tubes. The serious mistake that you can make in treating an attack of asthma is to depend solely on bronchodilators when your asthma attack is not getting better, or when it improves only briefly, then worsens again. Subsequent medicines are needed to treat the swelling and …

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Treating Asthma Attack

The utmost best initial treatment for an asthma attack is your inhaled beta-agonist bronchodilator (e.g., albuterol, Ventolin®, Proventil®, Maxair®, Alupent®, etc.). It works fast within 5 minutes. For it to be effective, you must inhale the medication slowly and deeply into your lungs. The usual dose is two inhalations or puffs, although for severe attacks you may obtain greater relief …

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Asthma Medication Guide

Asthma medication guide are the need for good asthma control and asthma management. The below description are to help you to understand and follow your or your child’s asthma action plan. Educate yourself all you can about your or your child’s asthma medications. Know what medications are included in the action plan, when these medications should be taken, their expected …

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