World Asthma Day is the first Saay in May. It is a day to call on the public and patients to pay attention to asthma and master more information about asthma, so as to better prevent asthma. In some areas, the pollution problem has become serious, and nature punishes people for bringing bad weather, such as haze, which seriously endangers people's health.
Many children have difficulty breathing and they are easy to give birth If people know more about the disease, they can take good care of children and take some actions to prevent infection. The key to prevent this disease is to protect the environment. At the same time, we can also need to exercise regularly.
Asthma is a chronic respiratory disease that affects the airways. People with asthma experience inflammation constriction and narrowing of their airways which can make it difficult to breathe. Symptoms of asthma include wheezing coughing chest tightness and shortness of breath.
There are a variety of triggers that can cause asthma symptoms including allergens such as pollen dust mites and animal dander irritants such as smoke and pollution cold air and exercise. Asthma is also often linked to other health conditions such as allergies and eczema.
Asthma is a lifelong condition but there are treatments available to help manage symptoms. These can include bronchodilators which open up the airways and corticosteroids which reduce inflammation. People with asthma are also often advised to avoid triggers and to monitor their symptoms carefully so that they can take action if their symptoms worsen.