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DIAGNOSIS: ASTHMA

Allergic Asthma

When you have allergic asthma, you might experience a tightness in your chest,, but when you experience the feeling for the first time you might think that you’re about to have a heart attack. They always describe that as being one of the symptoms. Since panic has an aspect to do with asthma, this doesn’t help. All studies have shown that asthma is related to allergic reactions. Allergic asthma centers in the lungs because people breathe in the allergens. That doesn’t mean that they might not also have allergic reactions to that same substance in other ways, on other parts of their body. Generally if a person experiences asthma, their bodies react to the allergen in other ways, as well. Long-acting medications prevent attacks, and quick-acting ones help reduce the severity of the attacks as they occur. However, avoiding whatever substance might be inducing the attacks is a general mode of progressing if you are trying to stop the attacks from occurring. Allergic asthma occurs from many potential sources. Some common sources of things which create asthmatic reactions might be cockroach feces, which has been shown to be a major contributor. Dust mite feces, peanuts (even airborne particles which are there because someone else is eating them not far away), wheat, soy, eggs, milk products. It is generally proteins which tend to cause allergic reactions, and all of these contain proteins. Inhaled corticosteroids is one way that people get relief. This includes such products as Azmacort, Vancenilk AeroBid and Flovent. These prevent inflammation, which is one of the causes of asthma. Unfortunately, there are problems associated with inhaling steroids for prolonged periods of time. Candida albicans, a kind of yeast that causes thrush and vaginal infections in the body, is encouraged. Obviously, when you inhale anything into your lungs that isn’t just air, this encourages bacterial growth, and the growth of other organisms. The inside of the lungs should be a pristine place. There are also ones called Leukotriene inhibitors. This includes such products as Singulair and Accolate. Next, are long-acting medications such as Serevent. This is a bronchodilator which helps open up the bronchial tubes. Yet another kind which works is Xolair, also called Omilizumab. It blocks a path that the immune system uses when asthma symptoms are triggered. Advair and Symbicort are combinations of bronchodilators and steroids. Then there’s one called Intal and Tilade. Since they now have many different kinds of asthma medications, if you have problems with one, another might do. Another handy system that you might try is the Buteyko method, which is a system where you learn to breathe less in order to increase the amount of oxygen in your lungs. This is a way that you learn, through exercises you can do, to breathe less. It’s strange that if you take in less air, you get more oxygen to your body. It was found that those with asthma tend to breathe more than other people do. When people with asthma are taught, through exercises which encourage slow and restricted breathing techniques, their asthmatic symptoms are reduced. This method, which was developed by Russians, can be an effective way of handling asthma, as well, if you experience allergic asthma.

Allergic Asthma

When you have allergic asthma, you might experience a tightness in your chest,, but when you experience the feeling for the first time you might think that you’re about to have a heart attack. They always describe that as being one of the symptoms. Since panic has an aspect to do with asthma, this doesn’t help. All studies have shown that asthma is related to allergic reactions. Allergic asthma centers in the lungs because people breathe in the allergens. That doesn’t mean that they might not also have allergic reactions to that same substance in other ways, on other parts of their body. Generally if a person experiences asthma, their bodies react to the allergen in other ways, as well. Long-acting medications prevent attacks, and quick-acting ones help reduce the severity of the attacks as they occur. However, avoiding whatever substance might be inducing the attacks is a general mode of progressing if you are trying to stop the attacks from occurring. Allergic asthma occurs from many potential sources. Some common sources of things which create asthmatic reactions might be cockroach feces, which has been shown to be a major contributor. Dust mite feces, peanuts (even airborne particles which are there because someone else is eating them not far away), wheat, soy, eggs, milk products. It is generally proteins which tend to cause allergic reactions, and all of these contain proteins. Inhaled corticosteroids is one way that people get relief. This includes such products as Azmacort, Vancenilk AeroBid and Flovent. These prevent inflammation, which is one of the causes of asthma. Unfortunately, there are problems associated with inhaling steroids for prolonged periods of time. Candida albicans, a kind of yeast that causes thrush and vaginal infections in the body, is encouraged. Obviously, when you inhale anything into your lungs that isn’t just air, this encourages bacterial growth, and the growth of other organisms. The inside of the lungs should be a pristine place. There are also ones called Leukotriene inhibitors. This includes such products as Singulair and Accolate. Next, are long-acting medications such as Serevent. This is a bronchodilator which helps open up the bronchial tubes. Yet another kind which works is Xolair, also called Omilizumab. It blocks a path that the immune system uses when asthma symptoms are triggered. Advair and Symbicort are combinations of bronchodilators and steroids. Then there’s one called Intal and Tilade. Since they now have many different kinds of asthma medications, if you have problems with one, another might do. Another handy system that you might try is the Buteyko method, which is a system where you learn to breathe less in order to increase the amount of oxygen in your lungs. This is a way that you learn, through exercises you can do, to breathe less. It’s strange that if you take in less air, you get more oxygen to your body. It was found that those with asthma tend to breathe more than other people do. When people with asthma are taught, through exercises which encourage slow and restricted breathing techniques, their asthmatic symptoms are reduced. This method, which was developed by Russians, can be an effective way of handling asthma, as well, if you experience allergic asthma.
DIAGNOSIS: ASTHMA