Posts Tagged ‘Bronchial Asthma’
With asthma are always looking out for new treatments for asthma. Not only medical science advances quickly, but the natural healing and treatments are also constantly added. Relying on medication alone is not necessary if there are some natural ways to control and treat your symptoms.
Avoid asthma triggers
Not all asthma triggers the same experience, so pay to learn what your individual triggers are, then take steps to avoid or limit exposure to those triggers.
Here are some other things that can help you with your asthma. You might find some new ideas for you: Read the rest of this entry »
Asthma is a common disease in which airways in the lungs become inflamed and then narrow when muscles within the airway walls contract. Conventional therapy using two types of short-term reliever medication and long-term controller. Temporary relief as the name suggests, treating the symptoms and eliminate them, providing short-term assistance, during an attack intended to suppress the controller inflammation in the airways. But this therapy may not be effective in treating conditions that are severe or persistent.
Is the treatment of bronchial asthma thermoplasty new potential undergoing clinical testing. Developed by a medical device company called Asthma., this procedure has the potential to provide assistance to patients with asthma who did not respond to conventional treatment. A clinical trial conducted in sixteen adults with mild to moderate asthma who did not respond to current asthma treatment. The results of this study is encouraging as 75 percent of participants reported that the new treatment is allowed to function better in daily activities and reduce the peak expiratory flow readings. Read the rest of this entry »
The word asthma in Greek means to be breathless.
Responsible bronchial obstruction in asthma is the result of several changes that will reduce the size of the airways:
- Bronchial muscle contracts: the bronchoconstriction;
- The wall of the bronchus thickens: it is swelling;
- The inner wall of the bronchus (mucosa) secretes mucus important: it hypersecretion.
Edema and hypersecretion reflect a change in bronchial inflammation called bronchi.
This inflammation is often not felt by the patient but is nevertheless the depths of the disease that is evolving into asthma chronicity. Read the rest of this entry »
Bronchial asthma is a disease that causes a reversible paroxysmal bronchial obstruction. It is characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness to various stimuli.
Causes of disease Bronchial asthma
Bronchial asthma can be triggered by different stimuli.
- The extrinsic or allergic asthma is triggered by specific allergens (house dust, pollen and mold from the air, animal dander), symptoms are associated with immunoglobulin class IgE.
It occurs mainly in children and young subjects.
Occupational asthma is allergic asthma.
- Intrinsic asthma is not inflammatory or allergic. It is the inhalation of irritants (exhaust smells of fresh paint or other substances, cigarette smoke) and infections, sometimes even violent emotions, variations in atmospheric pressure or temperature, the Inhalation of cold air, triggering the crisis.
- Some medications can cause asthma (aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, beta blockers, etc..)
- Some angitis (vessel disease) may be proved by asthma.
In practice, these data are very theoretical factors for allergic and nonallergic are often linked.