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A chronic disease of the
airways making breathing difficult is characterized as asthma, which causes
inflammation of the air passages restricting the airways briefly that
transports oxygen to the lungs. When this occurs asthma symptoms began, which
may include wheezing, coughing, dyspnea, and chest tightness. Asthma can cause
a person to lose the ability to speak if it is severe. Asthma should be treated
as a serious matter and can affect 26 million Americans and causes almost 2
million visits to the emergency room every year, without the correct treatment
it could be very difficult to participate in any physical activities. There are
three extreme features of asthma, obstruction of the air passages during normal
breathing the bands of muscle that encloses the air passages they are relaxed and
air moves without restriction, but during an asthma attack the air passages
tighten and the air flow becomes constricted. Then you have inflamed, swollen
bronchial tubes, this occurs with people that have asthma. Treating
inflammation can help manage asthma long term.

   There
are some asthma management and treatment options. A person having asthma should
always be aware of what causes their asthma attacks and should avoid them if
possible. If asthma attacks are unpredictable and occur more than twice a week
seeing an allergist can help to figure out what may be the cause and may
provide long term treatment to help control or even exterminate the symptom. I
will provide you with more information on different types of treatment options,
before I do so I will let you know that by seeing an allergist for asthma
studies it definitely can help reduce symptoms, Emergency room visits, and
visits to the doctors.

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  It is very important to manage your asthma
and to make sure that you are not diagnosed wrong or else it could be very
fatal. Here is a type of treatment that may be given if your asthma is caused
by allergies it is called immunotherapy, which has two types available. The
first type is an allergy shot this treatment may take several years to build up
your immunity to offending allergens such as pollens, dust mite, pets, and
mold. The injection of small amounts of allergen helps to build up a tolerance
within the body. Eventually this may help to terminate your allergy symptoms or
just reduce them. The second type of immunotherapy is sublingual tablets only
works on certain types of allergens such as types of grass and ragweed pollens.
This treatment was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 2014. These
tablets indicated that patients with severe or uncontrolled asthma should not
use. This treatment can start several months before allergy season dissolving
tablet under the tongue daily. This treatment can go on for as long as three
years.

  Here are two types of quick-relief medicines
short-acting inhaled beta2-aonists, and Anticholinergics. These drugs are both
bronchodilators, so they expand the passageways into the lungs, allows more air
to flow in and out to improve breathing. It also helps to rid mucus from the
lungs by allowing the mucus to move more freely. These drugs are usually
prescribed to patients with exercise-induced asthma. Then you have long-term
control medicine that are taken every day to avoid symptoms and attacks. These
may include Cromolyn sodium, inhaled corticosteroids, Methylxanthines, Oral
corticosteroids, and Immunomodulators. These medications help to reduce airway
inflammation and to control asthma by improving it.

                                                                                                                                                       
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References

What Is Asthma? (n.d.). Retrieved
January 29, 2018, from https://www.webmd.com/asthma/guide/what-is-asthma

 Diseases and Conditions – Diseases and
Conditions – Disease and condition information from Mayo Clinic experts.
(n.d.). Retrieved January 29, 2018, from http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions

Asthma
Information – ACAAI Public Website. (n.d.). Retrieved January 29, 2018, from http://www.bing.com/cr?IG=474BF7C6D3CF4805A93759231EF36F94&CID=3E20C7EE773E66CB040BCC687691676B&rd=1&h=fOoDo4LbzgzfK9t1y8rkF5lpWnYN09zI2pgLoeG7eg8&v=1&r=http%3a%2f%2facaai.org%2fasthma%2fabout&p=DevEx,5064.1

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