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Treatment of Sleep Disturbance
Asthma Management Program
Management of Smoking Cessation
Oxygen Therapy Treatment
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment
Asthma Treatment & Management
Lower/Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Treatment
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1) Inspect your home regularly and clean it often to get rid of dust, moulds etc.Wash bed linens once a week.
3) Ease into exercise programs. While this is not a trigger for everyone, you should always start slowly to avoid any attacks as it will inturn shift your lung load and make it strong
4) Always use mask while going out in polluted environment and during weather changes.keep your medications handy. increase intake of fresh fruits and vegetables.keep your hydration level up.
Sir, I am Army person. I have infected with dry cough wef two months. I have already take antibacterial tablets and syrups but no relief. I have already drinking hot water regularly. My throat is ok. But dry cough regularly continue. please advise me.
Hello doctor, I'm having cold and cough since 3 days. Cough is little High and my voice is also dropped! Took the below tablets after consulting a doctor. Tab cefixime 200 mg (6) 1-0-1 Tab rantac 150 mg (6) 1-0-1 Tab Nise 100 mg (6) 1-0-1 Tab levocetirizine 5 mg (3) 0-0-1 Now cold (runny nose and eyes condition) is reduced, however cough is coming quite frequently. The course on the above tab is over and now I'm feeling little body pain/light fever condition as well. Do I need to do some blood Test or it could be some viral fever?
She suffering from dry Cough for the last 20 days, follow up thru ENT, but it hasn't cured yet. What should I do?
I am suffering from high cold and cough since 2 days. Please give me some medicine and give any other solution for treatment.
I am 40 years old with apparently no disease. I have allergic cough but the doctor diagnosed it as GERD and I took raciper plus for 5 months. On stopping the medicine I had nausea and I was irritable with lack of concentration. Another doctor then prescribed me neopride 25 mg and mirtaz 14 mg which I took for 8 months. Now I stopped taking these but again I am having a feeling of nausea, dry mouth and irritability. All these symptoms are relieved by neopride but I don't want to take it. Please suggest what should I do for relief and how long will it take to cure.
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that is caused due to swelling and narrowing of airways, which carry air to the lungs. These swollen airways are very delicate and react to triggers, which are micro things inhaled by the patient. These inflamed airways also create extra mucus, making it very problematic for the patient to breathe. The muscles of airways get tight, thereby adding to the problem of asthma.
Causes of asthma
The exact cause of asthma is unknown. But it is mainly caused due to genetic factors enhanced by environmental conditions. The environmental conditions include pollution and allergens, apart from certain viral infections since infancy.
The triggers of asthma include but are not restricted to dust mites, tobacco smoke, pollen, air pollution, mold, physical activity, respiratory infections, cold and allergy to some foods.
Asthma attack is caused when the airways in the lungs can't get enough air due to their reaction to asthma triggers, followed by inflammation of airways.
Some patients have mild symptoms when they exercise or do any other breathtaking activity. On the other hand, some people have severe symptoms, which can be treated with medications.
Asthma is caused among people of various ages. First, it starts with severe coughing and shortness of breath, which don't go away. When these affected people are taken to the doctors, asthma is the first disease they suspect. Many people miss asthma because it has initial symptoms of coughing, which are considered to be a normal case. A person suffering from frequent chest colds may be diagnosed with asthma.
Sometimes, people are wrongly diagnosed with the case of asthma, when they don’t have the condition, especially obese people. People who have frequent acid reflux or nasal allergies can have mimic asthma. For diagnosing asthma, the doctor prescribes a lung test called spirometry to check the function of the lungs.
There is no proper cure for asthma, but it can be controlled with medicines. People who have asthma should consult their doctor and go for regular check-ups. The doctor provides guidelines for managing the condition of asthma as there are some activities that the patient will be restricted to do. The patients should avoid coming in contact with asthma triggers and take medical help to treat the symptoms. Daily treatment of asthma helps in prevention of symptoms. Often, doctors prescribe asthma inhalers, which must be taken by the patients.