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What are the symptoms of Asthma?

by Guest9377  |  11 years, 7 month(s) ago

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I have heard about Asthma, sometimes I have problem in breathing, can you tell me about some of the symptoms of Asthma, how it is caused, can you tell me some detail about this disease?

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  1. Guest3440

    Asthma is a disease that causes inflammatory disorder of the airways, as it results in shortness of breath, tightness of chest and also results in coughing. Asthma is a common disease that is generally characterized by variable and recurring symptoms, it also results in reversible airflow obstruction and also bronchospasm.

    The symptoms of this disease are:

    Cough with sputum production.

    Pulling of the skin between breathing

    The shortness of breath is more often felt with the exercise and daily activity, Wheezing comes in episodes and it gets worsen during the night or in the early morning, sometimes it goes away on its own, It also gets better when you use drug that opens the airways, it gets worse when you breath in cold air, Wheezing also gets worse with the exercise and sometimes it also worsens with heartburn, Wheezing sometimes starts naturally and suddenly.

    Some of the most emergency symptoms of Asthma are:

    Bluish color of the lips and face.

    The decreased level of alertness like severe drowsiness or confusion during the asthma attack.

    Sometimes a patient feels extreme difficulty in breathing, Increased speed of Pulse can also be the result of this disease, you might feel severe anxiety due to the shortness of breath, Sweating might occur.

    Some other symptoms of this disease are:

    Abnormal breathing Pattern

    Breathing of a person temporarily stops

    Chest Pain is felt

    Tightness in the chest is also felt sometimes.

     

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