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What To Do During Asthma Attack (Adults)

Advances in the way asthma treatment have minimized asthma attacks. The latest standard of care and goals for asthma treatment is complete control of symptoms and prevention of asthma attacks. However, asthma attacks still happen. During an asthma attack, the muscles around the bronchial tubes tighten, which narrows the air …

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When You Need to See A Doctor?

Asthma action plan An asthma action plan is a written plan that tells you on how to treat your asthma on a daily basis. Asthma Action Plan helps you to handle with sudden increases in your asthma symptoms. The plan includes what medicine is needed every day, what steps to …

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Occupational Asthma

Occupational asthma is asthma caused by or worsened by exposure to substances in the workplace. Many substances in the workplace can cause occupational asthma. The most common triggers are wood dust, grain dust, animal dander, fungi and certain chemicals. The true frequency of occupational asthma is not known as many cases …

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What Should You Do?

What is asthma action plan? A written set of instructions plan that tells you what medications to take regularly and how to recognize if your asthma is getting worse, what to do if this happens and how to get help quickly. How asthma action plan can help you? Don’t just …

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Occupational Asthma: How To Prevent

Introduction Occupational asthma is asthma caused by or worsened by exposure to substances in the workplace. Many substances in the workplace can cause occupational asthma. The frequency of occupational asthma is not known but under-reporting is likely. Occupational asthma should be correctly diagnosed early so that workers can be protected …

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Asthma And Eczema – Prevention

Asthma and Eczema Childhood eczema (allergic dermatitis) is associated with other allergic diseases such as hay fever, food allergies, and asthma. Eczema may be the first sign of allergies in a child. Half of children with asthma also have eczema. Eczema does not cause asthma or other allergic diseases.. How …

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