Asthma is a chronic disease, which leads to shortness of breath due to the inflammation of the airways in the lungs. When the symptoms are triggered directly or indirectly the airways become more swollen resulting in cough, wheezing and tightness in the chest. There is no permanent cure for Asthma but symptoms can be controlled with effective Asthma treatment and management. For a long term cure Asthma patients are advised to consult a Pulmonologist or a chest or a Lung specialist for treatment. In extreme cases where the wheezing is uncontrollable, a nebulizer is given. Generally, patients are provided with an Asthma treatment and management plan and are assessed every one to six months for Asthma control based on the severity of chest infection. The pulmonologist in every visit will record the occurrence of asthma based on the environment, allergy level and other conditions. If the patient is bound to have good control over the parameters triggering asthma for more than two months, the dosage of medicines will be reduced. The patient will however, be monitored consistently. Usually short acting beta agonists with a bronchodilator is given and in extreme cases corticosteroids are given but this has a lot of other dependent side effects if used in the long term. With proper treatment and Asthma management plan, symptoms can be minimized and patients can lead a better quality of life.