Can Asthma be Controlled?

Asthma is a common chronic respiratory disease. According to statistics, more than 300 million people in the world suffer from asthma, which has a great impact on human health.

Although asthma is a chronic disease, with proper treatment and lifestyle management, patients can effectively control their condition and lead a normal life.

What is the nature of asthma

When we breathe, air enters our lungs through our nose or mouth. But, for asthmatics, this process can become very difficult.

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways that causes the airways to contract, causing sufferers to feel out of breath. Asthma attacks are usually accompanied by coughing, wheezing, chest tightness and other symptoms. These symptoms may last for minutes or hours, and may become more pronounced at night or in the morning. Some people may only occasionally experience mild asthma symptoms, while others may need urgent medical attention.
How do you recognize an asthma attack

During an asthma attack, patients usually experience the following symptoms: shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, and coughing. It’s important to recognize an asthma attack because taking immediate action can prevent it from getting worse. You may be experiencing an asthma attack if you experience the following symptoms: shortness of breath, wheezing, chest tightness, coughing, especially at night or early in the morning. If these symptoms persist for a long time, you should seek medical attention immediately.
Treatment method

Asthma treatment is usually divided into asthma control and acute attack treatment. Asthma control is mainly through the prevention and reduction of asthma attacks to achieve long-term treatment. Common asthma control drugs include inhaled corticosteroids, long-acting beta-2 agonists, and slow-release theophylline. Acute attack treatment is an emergency treatment mainly taken during an asthma attack, including inhalation of short-acting beta-2 agonists, systemic hormones and short-acting theophylline.

Life matters needing attention

People with asthma need to pay attention to the following aspects in their daily life:

(1) Avoid allergens: Allergens are one of the main causes of asthma attacks, asthma patients should avoid exposure to allergens as much as possible. Common allergens include pollen, dust, mites, pet dander, allergenic foods, etc.

(2) Avoid second-hand smoke: Harmful substances in second-hand smoke can irritate the respiratory tract and cause asthma attacks. Asthma patients should avoid inhaling second-hand smoke.

(3) Keep indoor air clean: Asthmatics should keep indoor air clean and change their air filters regularly. In addition, indoor humidity should be controlled properly to avoid too dry or humid air.

(4) Regular work and rest: asthmatic patients should keep regular work and rest time to avoid excessive fatigue or mental strain.

(5) pay attention to diet: asthmatic patients should avoid eating irritating food, such as spicy food, alcohol, etc. In the meantime, people with asthma should eat more fresh vegetables and fruits and increase their intake of vitamins C and E.

In addition, the daily use of the department cure high voltage potential therapy instrument for auxiliary treatment. High potential therapy can regulate immune function bidirectional, can desensitize, so it can relieve bronchospasm, but also can play a preventive role.