Asthma Control Medications

Asthma Control Medications

Usually, these medications are taken every day, even if you feel good. They help to prevent  the symptoms of asthma and asthma attacks. However, they DO NOT RELY quickly in an asthma attack. Types of control drugs: 1. Inhaled steroids (corticosteroids): Control drugs are inhalers used every day that control inflammation in the respiratory tract. This type of medication is usually the most effective for the control of chronic asthma. Examples: Flovent, Pulmicort, Qvar, Alvesco Some possible side effects of inhaled steroids (corticosteroids): Hoarseness and sore throat Oral candidiasis – appearance of white granulations on your…

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Asthma – Symptoms And Treatment

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The asthma is an inflammatory disease of the airways . It is a chronic disease that appears in seizures during which the person experiences difficulty breathing , breathlessness, and wheezing. Between seizures, breathing is normal in most asthmatics . 6.7% of the population and 9% of children are affected by asthma in France, ie more than 4 million people. Although deaths from asthma in France have declined, this disease still causes 1 000 deaths per year among people under 65 years of age. Our video Definition Statistics causes sYMPTOMS Recognizing symptoms Idea received wrong: my lungs radio is normal: I am therefore…

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What is Asthma? Asthma Symptoms | Asthma Attack

Asthma Symptoms | Asthma Attack

Asthma is a chronic bronchial disease, characterized by asthma attacks (respiratory discomfort) that indicate a sudden contraction of the muscles controlling the opening and closing of the bronchi. It is a noncommunicable disease, it is the most common chronic disease in children. Asthma is a disease that kills dozens of people every day in the world. As a result, the disease must be taken very seriously by both the patient and the medical team. The causes or rather the triggers (in particular the asthma attack) can be an allergy, pollution like substances…

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Asthma Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management & Treatment

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 Asthma is a chronic disease most often manifested by seizures interspersed with periods when breathing is normal. In some people, however, asthma induces permanent respiratory discomfort interfering with daily activities.  Asthma Summary Asthma: What is it? Asthma Symptoms People and Risk Factors Prevention of asthma Treatment of asthma The opinion of our doctor Complementary Approaches Sites of Interest and Support Groups References The asthma is a disease characterized by inflammation more or less of the respiratory tract , in the bronchi and small bronchi, bronchioles (see diagram). It results in difficulty breathing , shortness of breath, wheezing or tightness in the chest. Asthma is often linked…

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