Asthma disease is caused by swelling or inflammation in the airways (bronchial tubes). When an attack of asthma occurs, the lining of the air channels swells and surrounding muscles of airways become tight. This decreases the amount of air that can go through the airway.
People who have sensitive airways, asthma symptoms can be activated by breathing in substances called triggers or allergens.
General Asthma Triggers include-
Dust mites or Air Pollution
Cold air or flu virus
Chemicals in the air or in food
Strong emotions (Stress)
Changes in weather (most frequently cold weather)
Some medicines (Aspirin and other NSAIDS)
Early Symptoms of Asthma:
Shortness of breath or losing your breath easily
Coughing (especially at night)
Wheezing/ wheezing or coughing after exercise
Feeling exhausted or tired and weak when exercising
Chest tightness, pressure or pain
Feeling upset, irritable or moody
Signs of a cold or allergies (cough, sneezing, sore throat, runny nose, headache and nasal congestion)
The most important prevention in Asthma is to avoid cold things and coming in contact with the people who have a cold or flu.
Herb Silphium | First Contraceptives Of Ancient World
Back in times, silphium was used in cooking; the sap of the plant was also used as a medicinal treatment as a birth control. Sil...
10 Ways To Make Your Period Come Faster
Periods are most unpleasant and unwanted for many girls. It causes pain and makes you feel annoyed and uncomfortable. Also, peri...
6 Worst Pains Ever Perceived by Humans
Pain is terrible! It warns that something is wrong and you have to withdraw the thing that is hurting you. Unpleasant as i...
8 Easy Ways To Help You Pee Naturally
‘Nature’s Call’!! Understand?? Yes, making yourself pee is necessary if you have to take a urine sample. Drinking plenty o...
A Cup Of Coffee Might Reduce Age-Related Inflammation
“Is coffee good for health?” Researchers today unanimously agree to this than ever before. In a recent study published in t...
Drinking Too Much Water Can KILL You. Here's How
Whether sick or healthy, we’re often told that we should drink a lot of water in order to stay hydrated and to maintain a goo...