Home » » Do you suffer from asthma ...? If yes ..., this is the right technique and correctly controlling or treating it

Do you suffer from asthma ...? If yes ..., this is the right technique and correctly controlling or treating it

Written By Hanny & Melissa on Sunday, April 28, 2019 | Sunday, April 28, 2019

What is asthma, and how to treat it ...? If you don't know, let's study here.

Okay, asthma is a type of long-term or chronic disease in the respiratory tract that is characterized by inflammation and narrowing of the airways which causes tightness or difficulty breathing.

In addition to breathing difficulties, people with asthma can also experience other symptoms such as chest pain, coughing, and wheezing. Asthma can be suffered by all ages, whether young or old.

Although the exact cause of asthma is not yet known clearly, but there are some things that often trigger it, such as cigarette smoke, dust, animal hair, physical activity, cold air, viral infections, or even exposure to chemicals.

For someone who has asthma, the respiratory tract is more sensitive than other people who do not live with this condition.

When the trigger lungs are irritated above, the muscles of the respiratory tract of asthmatics will stiffen and make the channel narrow.

Besides, there will be an increase in phlegm production which makes breathing more difficult. You know, what is meant by asthma.

Asthma and its treatment

There are two goals in the treatment of asthma, which are to relieve symptoms and prevent symptoms of relapse.

To support this goal, a treatment plan from a doctor is needed that is tailored to the patient's condition Treatment plans include how to recognize and deal with worsening symptoms, and what medicines should be used.

It is important for patients to recognize things that can trigger their asthma so they can avoid it. If asthma symptoms appear, the commonly recommended drug is a reliever inhaler.

if there is an asthma attack with symptoms that continue to worsen (Slowly or quickly) even though it has been treated with an inhaler or other drugs, the patient must immediately get treatment at the hospital.

Although rare, an asthma attack can endanger life. For people with chronic asthma, inflammation of the airways that has been going on for a long time and can cause permanent constriction.

Asthma and its complications

The following are the effects of asthma that can happen, let us know more about it:

1. Psychological problems (Anxiety, stress, or depression).

2. Decreased performance at school or at work.

3. The body often feels tired.

4. Disorders of growth and puberty in children.

5 .Status asthmaticus (Severe asthma condition that does not respond to normal therapy).

6. Pneumonia.

7. Respiratory failure.

8. Damage to part or all of the lungs.

9. Death.

Asthma and how to control it

If you happen to have asthma or live with asthma for a long time, don't worry about this condition because asthma is a disease that can still be controlled provided you understand the following, namely:

1. Recognize and avoid asthma triggers.

2. Follow an asthma treatment plan made with a doctor.

3. Recognize an asthma attack and take appropriate treatment steps.

4. Use asthma medicines that are recommended by doctors regularly.

5. Monitor the condition of your airway.

And if you use drugs such as inhalers or asthma relievers that react quickly increase, then immediately consult your doctor so that your asthma treatment plan is adjusted again.

Besides, it is recommended to vaccinate influenza and pneumonia regularly, to prevent worsening of asthma caused by the two diseases.

Read Now :  Do you suffer from asthma ...? If yes ..., this is the right technique and correctly controlling or treating it

Share this article :


Post a Comment

Best Economic Posts :

Best Financial Posts :

Best Political Posts :

Best Health Posts :

Translate Language :

Best Random Post :

Support :
Copyright © 2016 Hanny & Melissa - All Rights Reserved
Template Created by Creating Website Published by Hanny & Melissa
Proudly powered by Hanny and Melissa