A Good Sleeping Position For Asthma Sufferers?
Good morning doctor, my name is illa. I suffer from asthma from a toddler, since I was 5 years old my asthma did not relapse but it recurred after I was 19 years old and at that time I was precisely being examined by an ENT doctor because of a cold that did not heal from junior high school until At that time, it turned out that the doctor said there were enlarged polyps and allergic rhinitis … was it related to my asthma recurrence? And what actions should I do .. if the night is too cold I can’t sleep all night what is a good position for those with asthma?
Asthma is a condition in which the airways are narrowed and there is also inflammation along the airway which causes fluid / phlegm, and interferes with breathing. Generally felt as shortness of breath, and wheezing.
Asthma is often accompanied by allergic rhinitis and polyp growth in the nose, because all three have the same trigger factor, namely hypersensitivity.
If you are exposed to cold air which can trigger congestion, stones or the flu, then you should avoid it. Use warm clothing and a mask if necessary
Increase your endurance by eating healthy foods and doing regular exercise
Asthma sufferers will usually feel more relieved if they sleep half-sitting or while sitting, the tightness will be reduced and the patient can rest
Acidic disease is incurable but very controllable. Learn more about Asthma, and you can open the following related links: Asthma
So, hope it helps