How To Treat Asthma That Often Recurs?
I have a history of asthma, now I have relapses every time I take astma medication, always tremors even though the dose has been reduced, but still tremors I think why do you keep on what medicine is suitable for a case like me. I usually take salbutamol, which only 1 mg still tremors. thank you
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Asthma is a condition in which there is narrowing and swelling of the small airways in the lungs that results from certain triggers. Therapy for asthma itself must be adjusted to whether the asthma is controlled or not, the severity of the attack, and must also be adapted to the condition of each patient. In general, therapy for asthma is divided into acute attack therapy and attack control therapy.
Salbutamol is a drug from the SABA class (short acting beta agonist) which is used to treat acute asthma attacks. If you really can't tolerate the use of this drug, there are other drugs that can be used as acute attack therapy, such as drugs from the anticholinergic and corticosteroid groups.
Asthma is a chronic condition that cannot be cured. Therapy given to people with asthma is aimed at controlling so that there are no recurrences and acute attacks. Therefore, people with asthma are advised to routinely see a doctor. You can consult a Lung Doctor for further evaluation and administration of more appropriate therapy for your condition. Meanwhile, you should try to find your asthma triggers and avoid them.
Here is an article that you can read about asthma
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