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Asthma is a chronic disease in which airways gets inflamed and gets narrow that does not carry oxygen properly, diseased person gets difficulty in breathing.

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Asthma Treatment in Jaipur

About Asthma Disease

Asthma is a chronic disease in which airways gets inflamed and gets narrow that does not carry oxygen properly, diseased person gets difficulty in breathing, gets cough , heavy breathing, chest tightening and pain, weezing( whistle sound) specially exhaling, asthma makes a lot of negative impact on a person’s lifestyle, diseased person gets slow day by day, even unable to do daily routine tasks, decreased ability to daily tasks and find difficulty in talking too.

usually children are affected by this disease but it can affect any age group, it can be mild to sever in person to person it can be life threatening too. Between 1.5 to 2 crore people have asthma in India, estimates the World Health Organisation, with some studies putting the numbers higher at 3 crore.

Asthma Symptoms

In India, asthma affects an estimated 1.5-2 crore people, many of whom may not be aware that they have asthma, unless their symptoms aren’t severe.

The most common signs of asthma are:

  • 1. Shortness Of Breath.
  • 2. Coughing, especially at night.
  • 3. Wheezing (a whistling sound in your chest when breathing, especially when exhaling).
  • 4. Difficulty Breathing.
  • 5. Coughing during exercise or While laughing.
  • 6. Chest tightness and Pain.
Asthma Treatment
Best Asthma Treatment

Prevention and long-term control are key in stopping asthma attacks by which you can overcome asthma when you know the symptoms that trigger the disease before they start.

Treatment usually involves Knowing your asthma symptom triggers, then taking steps to avoid asthmatic attacks and tracking your breathing to make sure your daily asthma medications are keeping symptoms under control.

When severity increases one needs to take medicine if it doesn't make relife then you may need to use a quick-relief inhaler, such as albuterol.

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