Monday, July 6, 2009

Symptoms of Asthma




Asthma is very common, so common that there is probably someone you know who suffers from it. If you do not understand fully what it is, you know what are the symptoms.

Asthma is a respiratory condition, where the small airways in the lungs increase, and it makes a person with an attack difficult to breathe. Time for an asthma attack can last depends on the severity of the condition and also how the airways are tight.

It is a disease that can occur in people of all ages, but it is more common to first appearance in children. Some lucky ones have asthma to get beyond this conditionThere are also people living with asthma for the rest of their lives.

There are people who have asthma who do not have other relatives in their family who have it. This is a misunderstanding about asthma, it is passed from generation to generation.

Usually the symptoms of asthma are coughing, wheezing, tightness in the chest, shortness of breath, and difficulty breathing. Symptoms vary form person to person.

There are levels of an asthma attack as mild, moderate and severe.

A mild asthma usually suffer an attack while they have an upper respiratory tract infection. The rest of the time, they have no symptoms at all.

Have asthma symptoms will moderate from time to time. It could be worse in the early morning or late at night, when they have a cold or have a lot of stress in their lives.

Suffering from asthma who have severe asthma usually have asthma symptoms every day. They have difficulty talking to people on time, impossible to have a physical activity at all. They may also be admitted to hospital several times a year because of their asthma. Photobucket

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