How does asthma occur?

Of course, medicine continues to actively seek ways to treat bronchial asthma, but, unfortunately, it turns out not as productive as we would like. That is why, in case of late treatment, deaths occur.

What are the causes of asthma? The appearance of the disease is influenced by many factors. The onset of the disease always occurs after inflammation of the bronchi and depends on their sensitivity. With inflammation of the sensitive bronchi, a bronchospasm may occur, resulting in swelling and bronchial walls will undergo changes.

You also need to know that bronchial asthma is a hereditary disease. If the parents of the child are prone to allergic reactions, unfortunately, the child may be born with sensitive bronchi. Considering the fact that there are a lot of allergens around, bronchitis can develop into asthma. The risk factor for asthma can be smoking, both active and passive.

Unfortunately, it is possible to get asthma after a seemingly completely trivial respiratory infection. Especially if you carry the disease on your feet, do not maintain a proper diet and often succumb to stress.

It is worth noting that thanks to modern medicine, you can determine the predisposition to the occurrence of this disease. This will help to more eagerly monitor their own health and avoid risk factors.

At the same time you need to know that asthma is not a sentence, if you seriously consider its appearance. Of course, it is necessary to undergo all the courses of treatment in a timely manner, as well as to strictly follow all the prescriptions and recommendations of the doctor. But, nevertheless, there will not be too sharp changes from the life of a healthy person.

In cases where neglected timely treatment, and also irresponsible to what the doctor recommends, it will be incredibly difficult to normalize the state of health.


Date: 09.10.2018, 08:50 / Views: 52474

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