Asthma Treatment and Methods of Control
Asthma is a chronic disease. The frustrating fact is that it is incurable, but there are nonetheless many methods, tools and medications, to help treat or control asthma symptoms. In addition, some practical benchmarks can also be used to estimate the progress of a patient’s treatment.
Causes of Allergies
Allergies are defined as bodily overreactions (allergic reactions) that occur when the immune system is exposed to harmful substances (allergens). Examples of common allergens include protein rich foods such as peanuts and eggs, fragrances, insect stings, pollen and dust mites. While each of these allergens produces unique symptoms, the Read More>>>
Allergies and Their Effects
What Are Allergies?
Today, almost anyone on earth are familiar Read More>>>
Methods for Diagnosing Asthma
There are several steps to diagnosing asthma, including reviewing medical history, physical exams and breath tests, among others. A doctor usually arranges a few tests to determine what level of asthma a patient has. Generally, asthma can be clinically classified on one of four levels, based on the frequency of the asthma, forced expiratory volume (FEV) in a second and peak Read More>>>
How to Use A Humidifier Correctly to Relieve Allergy Effect
Dry indoor air can be irritating to airways and nasal passages. It can aggravate allergy symptoms, or can raise the risk of asthma attacks for those who suffer from asthma. Read More>>>
Types of Asthma
You might have become familiar with asthma, as an increasing number of people are suffering from it. But did you know that there are many different types of asthma? Understanding what type of asthma may help asthma sufferers to take more effective action towards preventing or treating asthma Read More>>>
Humidifiers: Great Appliances for Relieving Allergies
How does humidity play an important role in easing allergies?
Allergies can be described as abnormal reactions caused by people’s immune system as they encounter some harmless substances. And now allergy cases have become common in our daily lives. For example, allergic rhinitis can often cause irritation, nasal Read More>>>
Causes of Asthma
It has been estimated that there are about 300 million people affected by asthma all over the world. Among the big numbers, about 22 million are in the USA. People ranging from all ages may have asthma, but this disease usually starts during childhood. Today, there are nearly 6 million children who are suffering from asthma in the United States. And Read More>>>