Side Effects Of Consuming Excessive Asthma Medication?
Yesterday I ate only 2x a day and the other only ate a little meatballs, but I consumed 4 tablets of neo napacin periodically from morning, afternoon, evening, but the next day my asthma didn’t even heal despite being helped by Ventolin many times, then the solution How?
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Bronchial asthma is inflammation of the respiratory tract (bronchi) which causes the bronchi to swell, constrict, and produce excess mucus, causing complaints when breathing (wheezing), tightness, heaviness in the chest and coughing. These asthma symptoms often get worse at night or early morning, and can be triggered by allergen exposure, allergic weather changes, smoke, and so on.
Asthma management depends on the type of asthma, namely intermittent asthma, mild persistent asthma, moderate persistent asthma, and severe persistent asthma. If the medicine that you normally match now does not work anymore, I suggest you to consult directly with a lung specialist or internist to be able to do a thorough examination, such as:
- Frequently asked questions (anamnesis) about the frequency of symptoms appearing in 1 week, how long does the duration of symptoms appear, does the symptoms interfere with activity, what drugs need during an attack, and so on
- Examination of vital signs, such as blood pressure, pulse rate, breathing, and temperature
- Physical examination of the lungs, hearing lung sounds when exhaling
- Additional checks if necessary, such as theeak flowmeter, and blood eosinophil examination
From this examination the doctor can provide treatment in accordance with the type of bronchial asthma you have.
The things you can do now to reduce your complaint are:
- Perform a healthy lifestyle, such as consuming nutritious food, regular exercise, and adequate rest
- Avoiding things that are suspected can trigger allergies
- Use a mask in places that contain a lot of smoke or dust
- Control asthma treatment regularly to the doctor
If you find the following symptoms, it is expected to immediately visit the nearest health facility:
- Shortness of breath does not improve even with the use of drugs from doctors
- Cold sweat, cold tips of hands and feet.
- Dizziness, nausea, vomiting
- Loss of consciousness
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.