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What happens during an asthma attack

Asthma is not a curable condition. It is chronic, and its exact causes are as yet unknown. Even in the face of stunning medical advancements, there are still some conditions that modern medicine cannot eradicate. Though asthma is a chronic and usually lifelong affliction, living with asthma doesn t have to mean living in pain. 

However, relievers do nothing for your long term inflammation. Hence, the need to take both simultaneously. Monitor your reliever use. If it increases, you can tell your asthma in general is getting worse. Treating a disease like asthma has no cure-all. No matter what that late nigt infomercial tells you. 

Discourage the use of drugs and smoking that can aggravate and in some cases bring on a severe attack. It would be nice if your teen could meet other young people suffering with asthma, so they can swap stories, develop friendships and support each other. A lot of teenagers do not understand exactly what asthma is so explain to them in detail. 

If at all possible, avoid smoke at work and don t allow smoking at all within the home. When living with asthma, it s almost impossible to breathe easy if there s any kind of smoke around. It s important to keep this and other irritants away from someone suffering with asthma. If you want to know more about how you can breathe easy, even when you re living with asthma, check the Internet. 

This is another way that keeping it clean makes living with asthma much more hassle-free. When asthma sufferers breathe easier, asthma doesn t seem like so much of a problem. And really, what s so wrong with having a nice, clean home environment? Keeping it clean also means eliminating smoke in the home. 

Asthma symptoms are often irritated, and sometimes even made much worse, by even second-hand cigarette smoke. Anyone who has been diagnosed with asthma absolutely should not smoke, as any kind of smoking will only make any breathing problem worse. No amount of medication will help fix the damage that smoking can do, especially to those who already have existing breathing problems.