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Do you feel shortness of breathing? Are you often wracked with coughing spells that occur only at night? Do you wheeze? Do you feel tightness in your chest? If you answered yes to all of the above, you might be suffering from asthma. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, four out of five Americans have asthma. In the U.S alone, asthma ranks as one of the top ten causes for hospitalization. Asthma is triggered by many things, most common of which is allergen. There are other triggers, too, such as perfume, emotional stress, pet dander, fatigue, and tobacco smoke. The articles in this section are all about asthma.
Displaying 1-10 of 12 result(s).Go to page: Things That Trigger Asthma Symptoms In Children
Posted by AngelaLinton. Published on Oct 05, 2009Although Asthma is a disease that can be explained and it is usually caught during childhood, there is no medical definite as to what causes a person to be afflicted with it. This aliment, simply put, is the irritation of the airways that can result in wheezing and shortness of breath.Asthma And Nutrition
Posted by StevenPanzullo. Published on Sep 22, 2009We all want to eat right and exercise like we should so we can stay healthy and active for as long as possible. Some of us though either have asthma ourselves or we have loved ones that may suffer from and with asthma. We know from experience that staying active may be different because pollution and other pollen in the air may trigger an attack. We also know that certain foods may trigger an attack, but certain foods may help to make our symptoms easier and manageable. It is important to know what foods these are, so the proper nutrition can be provided to help you or your loved ones stay healthy.Asthma Causes, Symptoms And Treatments
Posted by SarahNabila. Published on Sep 03, 2009Surveys have shown that about ten percent of the population suffers from asthma. Over recent years there has a seventy five percent increase in the number of children in the Untied State of America that suffer some this condition. This condition is very real and over recent years it has become one of the most common conditions.Television Causes Asthma In Children?
Posted by HuzaimiHarun. Published on Aug 23, 2009Are your children television addict? Do you know that TV can cause asthma in children? Parents should do something about this.Asthma Research
Posted by MercyMaranga. Published on Aug 02, 2009Asthma research is done worldwide. Most countries have a body that carries out research not only for their nations by also globally. Asthma research has come along way and has even brought about room for development.The Link Between Your Yeast Infection And Asthma
Posted by ChrisHaycock. Published on Jul 12, 2009When most people think about yeast infections (when they think about them at all, which is probably when they, or someone close to them actually has one) nine times out of ten they will think of vaginal infection. Which is fair enough, as that is the most usual area where these infections take hold.Best Places To Live With Asthma
Posted by PaulineGo. Published on May 02, 2009Asthma is an inflammatory lung disease which is chronic, and results in recurrent breathing difficulties. It is characterized by the following problems of the air passages.Alternative Asthma Treatments – Tips To Control That Asthma!
Posted by TrungSeng. Published on Apr 12, 2009I was sick of using my inhaler; I had to find alternative asthma treatments because I couldn't perform at my best when playing the sports I loved. I would be running on the soccer field with friends and then stop and use my inhaler. It was worse when I went on dates.Learn The History Of Asthma In Order To Fight It Effectively
Posted by RogerMitchell. Published on Mar 26, 2009Asthma is a chronic disorder of the airways, and as old as history itself. The Chinese Yellow Emperor, Huang Di (2697-2598 BC) is said to have referred to it; Egyptians mentioned it in the Ebers papyrus; Hippocrates thought it was caused by something in the environment; and Pliny the Elder had cases induced by pollen! We have inherited the Greek description: asthma meaning 'to pant' or 'to breathe hard.'Asthma Defeated