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My issue is that these days I sometimes feel mild difficulty in breathing . My x-ray was normal I have no cough no chest pain .but sometimes I have to do extra effort to exhale . I do not have asthma issues too till now . Help me could it be phscoligical issue or what?
Hi Sir. I I'm having dust allergy that's way I have very cold and at that time my nose is getting red doctor said that you can use cetrizine but how many years have I use it is there is any proper solution to my problem.
My Father's age is 62 and he suffer asthma last 16 years, please tell me the how I permanent cure my father diseases?
I got a dog bite from my pet dog. I was just playing with her and she accidentally bites me. The bite is not much of severe nature and also there is no pain on wound. The dog is not vaccinated with a single vaccine even. Should I go for a rabies vaccine?
I have some kind of allergy from dust. Because of this I think I usually suffer from tonsillitis. What can I do or should do to be healthy?
Hello doctor, I am 26 year married woman I have nose infection from dust last year. what should I do please tell me.
I have dust algery over 5days and I have trouble in sneezing that will cause in fever so what can ido without tablet.
I am 34 year female. I suffer from breathing problem when I get tensed or if i am exhausted. Is this related to asthama?
My friend suffering dust allergy for ten years, What are good Treatment options? How effective is each treatment option? What are the benefits versus risks of each treatment option?
I am suffering from asthma. It is earlier help me how I counteract it. I am taking tab. Fixime az with ventidox m. I m suffering problem in inhalation during sleep. Mostly after taking meal. Sir please tell me will I take asthalin inhaler. And sir tell about inhalation with spacer.
I am suffering from elergy from 1 month. What are the precautions to be taken now. Can you please help me.
Asthma is a chronic lung condition wherein the air passage gets blocked or constricted due to the production of extra mucus. It is an age old condition which has been creating problems for people since a long time. Despite the seriousness of the condition, there are various myths people tend to believe about asthma.
Here are a few myths about asthma and the usage of inhalers:
- Regular Usage of Inhalers is Addictive: This is a total myth. Using inhalers is not at all addictive, it is a necessity. Just because you use your inhaler regularly does not mean you are addicted to it. Just like brushing your teeth every day isn't an addiction, taking your daily medicine from an inhaler isn't an addiction as well. Using an inhaler will just help you with your asthma condition.
- Oral Medicine Gets Better Results than Inhalers: Absolutely not. In fact, it is proven that inhalers give better results than oral medications. Oral medication takes longer to act during a sudden asthma attack while inhalers deliver the drug directly to the lungs.
- Inhalers Are Meant For Severe Asthma Cases: Well, this again is not true. Inhalers are used for treating asthma. Period. Asthma is a condition where your lungs inflame which is best cured with steroids, and the easiest way to have steroids administered to you is through the inhalation method. When you use the inhalers, the steroids are delivered directly to your lungs. They also have a minimum number of side effects when administered through inhalers.
- Asthma is Curable: You might tend to think that asthma can be cured with the help of proper medications. You might think that asthma is not a constant condition. But it is not what you think. The symptoms of asthma might not be present all the time but that doesn't mean you do not have asthma. Asthma is a long-term condition where the airways swell up causing you to suffer from breathlessness. If you suddenly stop taking your daily medicines because the symptoms have not surfaced, then it will take you a long time before you will be able to totally recover from the next attack you suffer from.
If you have asthma, remember to take your medicines daily and timely.