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Symptoms of asthma

Asthma is a chronic airway disease due to inflammation (inflammation) and airway constriction, accompanied by the production of mucus (fluid) which then accumulate in the respiratory tract.

Symptoms of asthma include cough, especially at night, the sound mengik (wheezing), shortness of breath, and chest tightness, pain, and depressed.

These symptoms are not the same for everyone, both the weight and type. In fact, the same people, every different attack symptoms can be different.

For people who do not suffer from asthma, but experiencing the following symptoms, should be wary. It could be that these symptoms are early signs of asthma.

Early symptoms include:

Often the stone-cough, especially at night
Easy shortness of breath
Feeling very tired during physical activity
Breath sounds or cough after physical activity
Frequent colds because allergies (sneezing, runny nose, cough, swollen nose, sore throat, and headache)
It’s hard to sleep at night

Asthma treated by avoiding triggers and by giving the drug.

Precipitating factors may include fatigue, stress, etc.. Usually the patient already knew that anything that can trigger asthma.

While a cure for asthma consists of two groups, namely, anti-inflammatories (corticosteroids) and bronkhodilator. Can be given by mouth, injected, inhaled or sprayed into the oral cavity. read more aboutĀ  the best treatment for asthma

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The best treatment for asthma

hi friendsĀ  healthy…..^^
this time I will talk about asthma.
The following explanation:

To date, no known cure asthma. However, the disease can be controlled. The goal of treatment is to make life better quality.
There are two types of drugs that need to be consumed for asthmatics, ie that is the controller and lozenges. Type of controller medications (controllers), at least should be used every day, whether in good health or not.
Function inflammatory drugs (asthma control), prevent / reduce the frequency and weight of the attack. Among the various types of controllers, inhaled corticosteroids are the best control. Continue reading