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Sunday, February 19, 2017

How Do Smoking Cause Asthma ?

Asthma is a serious and chronic ailment that is identified by frequent breathing problems that is caused mainly because of allergens. Recurrent breathing, tightening and swelling of muscles around the breathing tube, coughing, gasping, constriction and choking of the chest, wheezing, loss of consciousness, rapid heart rate and sleep disturbance are the well known symptoms of this respiratory disorder.

What Happen to Breathing System After Asthma Attack :

Level of Asthma Differ on Various levels of Age groups; While surfing web i have found a good clinical features of Asthma.

The possible triggers of asthma attack can be exposure to smoke, dust, pollution, fire crackers, cold weather, pollen, moulds, tobacco, smoke, emotional arousal, pet dander, chemical irritants in the workplace, and even certain drugs like aspirin, beta blockers and non steroid anti inflammatory medicines. 

A study by World Health Organization affirms that around 300 million people presently suffer from asthma worldwide and about 255000 people died of asthma last year.

This lifelong syndrome can be treated medically by using two types of drugs---long term controller and quick rescue medications. Controller medications comprise of sprays or inhalers, which helps in reducing swelling and keeping airways open. While rescue medicines are ideal for those people who experiences mild or occasional asthma attack.

Other forms of alternative and complementary treatment can also be taken to eliminate the risks of asthma. In case, you find an asthmatic patient then immediately give him quick rescue medicines and rush him to some nearby hospital.

A long-acting bronchodilator can also be used at the time of emergency. If you are asthmatic then the habit of frequent smoking needs to be curtailed.

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