Asthma A lung condition that causes difficulty breathing.

Some things that cause an allergic reaction, such as pollen or duststy thingzs, can really trigger asthma symptoms. But not everyone who has allergies develops asthma and not all case of asthma are related to allergies
If you have asthma, you probably know that smoking is risky because of how it affects the lungs also Some people have asthma symptoms only when they exercise. This is called exercise-induced asthma.
The types and doses of asthma medications you need depend on your age, your symptoms, the severity of your asthma and medication side effects. Because your asthma can change over time, work closely make sure to work with your doctor to track your symptoms and adjust your asthma medications, if needed.
prevention- Identify and avoid asthma triggers. A number of outdoor allergens and irritants and ranging from pollen and mold to cold air and air pollution also can trigger asthma attacks.

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