|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by gayatri - Jul 30th, 2012 5:23 am.|
|i m suffering from asthma. doctor had given me 1 tablet which name is theo asthalin .but my prblem is - this tablet can stop my high breathing upto some hours i.e. 5-6 . but i want to eradicate this asthma completely . what should i do for my healthy life ?|
re: asthma by Dr M K Gupta - Jul 31st, 2012 1:39 pm
Dr M K Gupta
Asthma is really a disorder that triggers the airways of the lungs to swell and narrow, leading to wheezing, difficulty breathing, chest tightness, and coughing.
Asthma is caused by inflammation within the airways. When an asthma attack occurs, the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and the lining from the air passages swells. This cuts down on the amount of air that can pass by.
In sensitive people, asthma symptoms could be triggered by breathing in allergy-causing substances (called allergens or triggers).
Common asthma triggers include:
Animals (pet hair or dander)
Changes in weather (usually cold temperature)
Chemicals in mid-air or in food
Respiratory infections, such as the common cold
Strong emotions (stress)
The goal of treatment is to avoid the substances that trigger your symptoms and control airway inflammation. You and your doctor should interact as a team to build up and do a plan for eliminating asthma triggers and monitoring symptoms.
Quick-relief drugs work fast to manage asthma symptoms:
You drive them when you are coughing, wheezing, having trouble breathing, or having an asthma attack. They are also called "rescue" drugs.
They also can be used just before exercising to assist prevent asthma symptoms that are caused by exercise.
Tell your physician if you work with quick-relief medicines twice a week or even more to manage your asthma symptoms. Your asthma might not be under control, and your doctor might need to change your dose of daily control drugs.
Quick-relief drugs include:
Short-acting bronchodilators (inhalers), for example Proventil, Ventolin, and Xopenex
Your doctor might prescribe oral steroids (corticosteroids) if you have an asthma attack that is not going away. These are medicines that you simply take orally as pills, capsules, or liquid. Plan ahead. Make sure you do not exhaust these medications.
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