Protein Foods For Asthma Sufferers?
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Asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition of the respiratory tract characterized by coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, wheezing and impaired breathing. Inflammation that occurs can be influenced by many things, such as being affected by an allergic reaction to an allergen exposure, temperature, strong odors such as cigarette smoke and others.
Allergen is a substance that can cause allergies, where this allergy will depend on each person, where not everyone has the same allergy to a substance. For example, there are people with asthma who are allergic to chocolate, but not others.
The food you mention is okay to eat as long as your father does not have an allergy to these foods. Then the processing and consumption must also be hygienic so as to reduce the risk of respiratory infections that can trigger asthma recurrence.
Then it is also necessary to know the trigger for asthma recurrence from your father so that it does not often relapse. By knowing the triggers, the various triggers must be avoided. If you really have a suspicion of an allergy to a substance or food, it's a good idea to see a doctor where you can discuss whether an allergy test is necessary or not. Later, if therapy is needed, therapy will be adjusted by the doctor according to your father's experience.
I hope this helps.