Posts Tagged ‘asthma’

Advice On How To Handle Your Asthma

Sunday, February 19th, 2017:

Asthma is more common than ever, so more people require treatment. This demand has led to an increase in the treatments and medications you can use. Now you can find something to help with your asthma. The following advice will give you an idea of what sort of treatments might work for you. You may want to use a leukotriene inhibitor if your asthma is being particularly problematic. These work by preventing the formation of leukotrienes. Leukotriene, a chemical released by the body in response to an allergen, is responsible for inducing many of the symptoms of an asthma attack. […] Read More →

Caring for Your Child With Asthma

Friday, February 17th, 2017:

Your child’s asthma may be caused by specific stimuli or irritants. When exposed to these irritants, which cause dryness in the throat and airway, your child’s body reacts by producing excess mucus as lubrication. The resulting cough and wheezing sound you can hear when your child is experiencing an asthma attack is caused by the excess mucus building up in the airway and lungs. While airborne irritants can be asthma triggers, an attack can also be brought on by exercise, an infection, a change in the weather or even emotional factors. Proper care of your child during an asthma attack […] Read More →

Don’t Let Asthma Hold You Back From Living Your Life

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017:

Asthma is a serious medical illness and can get in the way of every day tasks and activities. If left unchecked, you could suffer an asthma attack which could be fatal. In this article, you’ll find many useful tips that can help you control and manage your asthma symptoms. A good tip that can help you if your child has asthma is to do everything you can to educate your child about asthma. Young children have no idea what asthma is or how it affects them, so it’s your job to inform them and to help them work through it. […] Read More →

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