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RašytiTemos pavadinimas: Bronchial Asthma   16/08/11, 06:40 pm

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When we use the term 'bronchial asthma', it actually is in reference to the term asthma itself. The word bronchial is used only to be able to differentiate the condition with 'cardiac asthma' which is a different condition caused due to cardiac arrests or heart attacks. So if a person refers to 'chronic bronchial asthma', it means the chronic disease which has made your airways narrow and swollen, and is causing you difficulty in breathing!

What is Bronchial Asthma?

Bronchial asthma is a chronic condition which causes the airways of a person to swell and narrow down. The airways also tend to produce extra mucus which makes it extremely difficult for the person to breath as there is severe resistance of passing of air through the airways. This is so because the tracheobronchial tree becomes highly responsive to different stimuli like exercising, dust, smoke, etc. The condition becomes more complex when it starts interrupting in the daily activities of a person's life. Also, encountering severe asthma attacks on a regular basis can prove to be a life threatening condition. Therefore, it becomes extremely important to identify the symptoms and take care of the condition as soon as possible.

Causes of Bronchial Asthma

The actual bronchial asthma causes are not known as of now. It is still unclear as to why only some people are affected from this condition and others are not! However, it is believed that the primary cause of the condition is related to the genetic as well as the environmental factors. Below mentioned is a list of stimuli that can trigger the condition. Have a look…

* Smoke and other air pollutants
* Exercising
* Cold and other infections in the respiratory system
* Cold air
* Allergy towards certain food items
* Allergy towards certain medications
* Acid reflux diseases
* Extreme emotions like stress or anxiety can also be a trigger.
* Certain perfumes and sprays
* Singing, crying or even laughing!
* Allergens like pollen, dust mites or molds
* Food additives

Symptoms of Bronchial Asthma

The bronchial asthma symptoms may vary from person to person depending on the severity of the condition. In mild asthma, the patients might be normal during the day but may experience some difficulties in the night. In severe cases, the symptoms would appear to be more bothersome and may hinder even the day to day activities of a person. Have a look at the bronchial asthma symptoms below.

* Shortness of breath
* Chest tightness, at times accompanied with pain
* Coughing and wheezing
* Sleep problems due to the constant coughing
* Breathing problems
* Audible sound when exhaling
* Increase in the production of mucus in the airways

Treatment of Bronchial Asthma

When speaking of bronchial asthma treatment, the disease is chronic and cannot be completely rooted out or cured, medically! However, there are many techniques like yoga, reiki, acupuncture, etc., that have claimed to completely cure bronchial asthma. Many patients following these therapies have claimed to receive health benefits from the same. However, medically, the bronchial asthma symptoms and treatment are related to each other. The more severe the symptom, the more modified would be the treatment, which is nothing but to take steps to avoid the triggers of the condition and learning to keep the symptoms under control. Medications include long term medications like inhaled corticosteroids, leukotriene modifiers, long acting beta agonists (LABAs), Theophylline and combination inhalers. There are also certain quick relief medications that can help the patient get instant relief. These medications include, short acting beta agonists, oral and intravenous corticosteroids and atrovent. In case that the asthma is triggered severely due to certain allergies, such patients are given allergy shots and medications. There are many people who opt for home remedies for bronchial asthma rather than depending upon the doctor. If you are one of those, then this article on home remedies for asthma would prove to be of help. These remedies can help you fight the condition and take necessary natural medications to improve the condition.

Although bronchial asthma is always associated with being a chronic illness that is something that can never be cured, if one learns to adapt his/her lifestyle with the disease, it could be quite easy to handle the condition. So just take care of your surroundings, keep away from things that trigger your condition, and make sure that you take your precautionary medications on time. Patients with asthma can live a normal life, they just need to adapt themselves into a much cleaner and healthier surrounding. All the best!
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