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Track Your Asthma Attacks by Chris .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 5:46pm More than 22 millions adults suffer from asthma. Symptoms can be frightening. A narrowing of airways can cause shortness of breath or wheezing. The condition can also have serious consequences. There are several types of asthma, identified by its trigger whether it be stress, exercise, an allergen, or a respiratory condition. Knowing ones’ tri ... Read on »
Asthma attacks reduced by Yoga by GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 12:59pm Yoga could be the answer to reducing asthma symptoms and the reliance on medications to control attacks, according to a new study. Related News:Yoga effective for breast cancer patientsAsthma risk... Click on the title to read the post in full Read on »
Important Things To Do In An Asthma Attack by Fanda Posted Sun 28 Dec 2008 8:17pm Asthma is probably a disease with many sides. In a mild side, asthma is a bunch of annoying symptoms such as coughing, stuffy nose, wheezing, and non-stop mucus production. However, in the severe side, asthma could turn into a life threatening situation, when somebody got an asthma attack. During an asthma attack, a patient got lack of oxygen ... Read on »
Severe Asthma Attacks : What Can Be Done by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 3:05pm by John Schaefer Bronchial Asthma is a very frequent and troublesome circumstance. It is one of the most common chronic respiratory conditions striking North Americans, and although there are zero known cures for the disease, there are quite a few good forms of treatment that one can utilize to deal with their condition and control their sympt ... Read on »
Food allergies increase risk of asthma attacks by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Mon 11 Oct 2010 12:00am - Food allergies are more common among people with asthma and may contribute to asthma attacks, according to one of the most comprehensive surveys of food allergies ever undertaken. National Jewish Health Associate Professor ... Read on »
NIH Study Finds Omalizumab Relieves Seasonal Asthma Attacks in Youth by Medline Plus Posted Thu 17 Mar 2011 7:25pm A drug that targets the antibody immunoglobulin E (IgE), a key player in asthma, nearly eliminated seasonal increases in asthma attacks and decreased asthma symptoms among young people living in inner city environments, a clinical trial sponsored by the Natio ... Read on »
How to Deal With Asthma Attacks by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Sep 2011 4:54am Asthma attacks affect many children. There are many ways you can do to make use of asthma attack treatment during emergencies. You need to have an asthma care plan for asthma sufferers. This is a guide to monitor patients. From this plan, you can tell whether the condition of the patient is improving or worsening. Asthma care plan ... Read on »
5 Tips to Help Prevent Asthma Attacks by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 26 May 2012 7:00am Coughing, wheezing and not being able to catch your breath is a frightening experience to go through. While you can’t always prevent asthma attacks, there are things you can do to greatly reduce their frequency and severity. Here are five tips for helping prevent asthma attacks before they start. 1- Avoid Smoke Obviously, if you have ... Read on »
How To Stop An Asthma Attack! by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 03 Nov 2012 1:36am caused by allergens can now be stop! prevention is the new way to stop asthma attack that are caused by dust mites, pollen, pet, and mould. For so long now the medical profession has focused on treatment of asthma and not on the cause and prevention. Lower the level of air allergens and you reduce the chance of an asthma attack. ... Read on »
Improved Medication Use Could Reduce Severe Asthma Attacks by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 8:55pm Researchers at Henry Ford Hospital have found that one-quarter of severe asthma attacks could be prevented if only patients consistently took their medication as prescribed. Moreover, an asthma attack was only significantly reduced when patients used at least 75 percent of their prescribed dose, according to the study. Patients often po ... Read on »