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Asthma: Many people are affected by chronic diseases due to climate change. One of them is asthma. 15-20% of people in this world suffer from this respiratory disease. Coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and snoring during sleep. Air ducts are the places where the air we breathe in during the day goes into the lungs and comes out again. Due to muscle inflammation due to various reasons, the vessels become narrow, and it becomes difficult to inhale and exhale air rapidly. Even if we walk for a while or work, we get tired quickly. These symptoms indicate asthma.
How Does Asthma Occur?
It is a respiratory disease. This is caused by inflammation of the airways in the lungs. This means that the patient has difficulty in breathing. Asthma sufferers suffer from the fog in the air. Rainy season means anytime winter can be a problem. Due to the lack of sunlight during that period, vitamin-D decreases and immunity also decrease. Then asthma becomes more troublesome. Inhalation therapy can be used to get rid of it at that time.
What Types Of Asthma Are There?
Allergy: Allergy causes this disease in some people. Allergens include molds, pollen and pet dander.
Non Allergenic: Dust from outside can cause flare-ups. And exercise, stress, illness is also a reason.
Adult Onset: This disease occurs in people over 18 years of age.
Pediatric: It occurs most commonly in children below the age of five years, meaning it can occur in infants and toddlers.
Exercise Induced Asthma: It is triggered by exercise. And it is also known as exercise-induced bronchospasm.
Asthma-COPD Overlap Syndrome (ACOS): When chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and ACOS are both diseases, breathing becomes difficult.
What Causes Asthma?
Pollen and air pollution can also be a cause of this disease. These two reasons make it a chronic disease.
- Allergic conditions such as allergic rhinitis (hay fever) or atopic dermatitis.
- Obesity and overweight
- Due to drinking and smoking
- Mostly when allergies are coming
- When taken with medicines like aspirin, NSAIDs
- Low birth weight babies are more likely to get it.
- Respiratory infections.
- Lightning in the atmosphere.
- It can also come from our pets.
- Harmful occupational gases, fumes from reagents or dust in the atmosphere
What Are The Five Symptoms Of Asthma?
- Mostly dry cough before going to bed.
- Food allergy
- Chest tightness
- Cat farts
- Aggravates colds
Treatment For Asthma
Inhaled Corticosteroids: It is a chronic asthma that these drugs are given. That means they should be taken daily to control the disease. And they help make less mucus in the body. A device called an inhaler is used to deliver medicine into the lungs.
Leukotriene Modifiers: As a long-term treatment, these drugs lower leukotrienes. They have to be taken in pill form once a day to work in the body to attack this disease.
Long-Acting Beta Agonists: These drugs are called bronchodilators because they move the bands of muscle that block the airways. Medicines can be taken with an inhaler even if these symptoms are not present.
Yoga To Control Asthma
- Bridge Possession
- Cobra pose
- That is facial self-destruction
- Bhastrika Pranayama
- Chandra Nadi
- Surya Nadi
- Cranial Bhati