6 Best ways to overcome an asthma attack

6 Best ways to overcome an asthma attack

Most people who have asthma would not leave their medicine at home. Bringing medicine it’s important for when they are exposed to an asthma attack. But when asthma patients forget or do not have time to take asthma medicine,...

Do You Know If You Are A Bronchial Asthma Sufferer?

Bronchial Asthma

People who have asthma have a pulmonary dysfunction that makes breathing difficult or even impossible. In the United States, there are over 20 million people who have this condition. This is a problem that can hamper a person’s quality...

Asthma sufferers can breathe more easily by snacking Broccoli

Asthma sufferers can breathe more easily by snacking Broccoli

People with asthma have respiratory systems that are often impaired. However, recently researchers from Australia found that broccoli can be used as a healthy snack for people with asthma.

Asthma: Exercise for Life!

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It is estimated that 17 million people in America have asthma, with 5 million being under the age of 18. Asthma, which is Greek for ‘to pant’, is a chronic lung disease that triggers episodes of coughing, wheezing and...

Study: Many Asthma Patients Don’t Stick to Treatment Plan

If you can’t get relief from your asthma, the way you communicate with your allergist might be part of the problem, according to two new studies. The researchers said asthma patients need to ask questions and have open communication with their allergists...

Hairdressers and graffiti artists are prone to asthma

Hairdressers and graffiti painters are some of the professions that are at risk for exposure to chemicals, potentially harmful to health. Hairdresser jobs become one high risk for developing asthma due to exposure to hazardous chemicals.

Often eating junk food makes children develop asthma

Parents should really pay attention to the food consumed by their children. Because a recent study says that children who eat junk food too often are at high risk of developing asthma.

Tips to reduce the risk of asthma triggers

Asthma is a respiratory disorder that can be life threatening if not treated immediately by someone. Before asthma attack, you better try to reduce the risk of asthma triggers, as quoted from Health Me Up as follows. Dust In addition...

How To Find The Right Asthma Remedy In 5 Easy Steps

With more than 15 million asthmatics in the USA, finding the most effective and right asthma remedy for someone who lives daily with the effects of asthma is like a Crusader finding the Holy Grail. Are You Finding The...

Cockroaches Triggers Asthma in Children

Cockroaches have been identified as a trigger of various levels of asthma among children in New York City. In some environments, 19 percent or nearly 1 in 5 children suffer from asthma. As for in other conditions, asthma is...

Allergic Babies Are Prohibited to Swim

Germany’s Federal Environment Agency (UBA), the German environment agency last week issued a recommendation to parents who have infants with a history of allergies to avoid swimming in indoor pools because it can trigger asthma. The environmental agency states...

Antibiotics Triggers Asthma Risks in Infants

Prescribing germ killer drugs or antibiotics in infants before the age of six months turned out to invite risks. A U.S. study says, infants who received antibiotics have 70 percent higher risk of suffering from asthma in childhood. Researchers...

Salt Therapy to Cure Asthma

For the circulatory system of blood vessels, salt has a negative side because it can lead to hypertension if taken to excess. But for the respiratory system, salt can cure asthma through haloterapi or salt therapy. Haloterapi is an...

Facebook Can Trigger Asthma

A group of doctors in Italy suggested people with asthma to be careful in using Facebook social networking site. According to The Lancet Medical Journal, asthma attacks are triggered by psychological stress. “There are cases that indicate that Facebook,...

Stomach Acid can Worsen Asthma Symptoms

Stomach acid and asthma seems unrelated, because asthma occurs in the airways while the reflux of stomach acid occurs in the digestive tract. However, in some cases, asthma can get worse when stomach acid rises into the esophagus. Reflux...

Bitter Taste Receptors Found in Lungs May Help Treat Asthma

The tongue is not the only organ which could taste bitter taste, lungs turned out to also have receptors to sense it. The hidden ability which was discovered accidentally proved useful for people with asthma. The bitter taste receptors...

Combination of Ozone and Nicotine is Dangerous for Asthma

Recently, a study found that the practice of using ozone to eliminate odors from cigarette smoke in a room, including hotel rooms, could be a bad idea. According to a study by researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, United...