Shortness Of Breath Never Heals.?
my 2-year-old child has a history of tightness, but after checking into the SPA healed … This is already 2 months, the symptoms of shortness of breath always appear every time I wake up, I have checked up to SPA regularly, said my child has asthma due to climate allergy, the X-ray test has been done; blood check also the results are normal not a diagnosis of bronchial asthma. I am just confused that I have run out of medication for 2 months but haven’t progressed ‘cm strangely enough shortness in the morning’SPA cm gives advice for each nebule tightness u0026amp; the oxygen available at home ‘I can buy a nebul oxygen. I ask for advice’ what should I do? The thing is, if I check it again, I will definitely give you a remedy, but there is still no progress when I wake up, SPA recommends for allergy tests, but there was a suggestion to the pulmonary specialist … but yesterday, the X-ray was also good. Is this condition not dangerous because it doesn’t heal … cm, if the child is over 9 in the morning, he is already healthy, eating is healthy, too, it doesn’t feel sick … so the pain just when I get out of bed early … please second opinion? Oh, I I still continue to control it, how come my SM SPA cm I have other opinions so that there is an input to handle the condition of my child’s tightness that does not heal. Thank you
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Asthma is basically a long-term or chronic disease in the form of inflammation and narrowing of the airways so that it appears congested, this can not be cured completely but can be controlled. In people with asthma, the respiratory tract is more sensitive than most people, such as people who have allergies where symptoms will appear in the body such as redness, swelling or shortness of breath when eating, touching, inhaling whatever allergens / allergens are. So indeed for people who are more sensitive this needs to take more care of themselves and should avoid exposure to their allergens. If in the case of the mother, which is due to climate change, where tightness will appear in the morning, then it is likely that asthma is triggered due to cold air during the morning. This is not dangerous as long as you understand how to treat asthma, which is by giving oxygen and nebulisation to loosen the airway and routine control to your doctor to see its development.
In people who are more sensitive this can have one or more allergens, for that it is better to do an allergy test so that in the future can be more careful, aware and avoid these allergen substances so that asthma or shortness does not appear. In some cases, the appearance of asthma can also be triggered if there are diseases of the respiratory tract, such as colds, coughs, colds, etc. But in general, people with asthma do not have problems in the lungs, the problem is in the narrowed airways, but this is irreversible which only appears when there is a trigger substance. As long as you can avoid exposure to these triggers, asthma will not appear.
Thus the information that we can convey, may be useful.