Am I Suffering From Allergic Asthma? Here Is You Can Find Out The Symptoms.

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Persons who have allergic asthma must be careful in deciding what cause their condition to become worse. These may be pollution, smoke, fumes, perfume, tough exercise, etc. Most common asthma type is allergic asthma. 90 percent of kids with the childhood asthma suffer from allergies more than 50 percent of adults. Symptoms of allergic asthma appear after a person breaths in allergy triggers or allergens. These allergens may then be mold, dust mites or pollen. Asthmatic individuals whether allergic or not normally get their condition worse after exercising in the cold air. It also becomes severe when they breathe in fumes, dust or smoke. Strong smell sometimes sets it off. Allergens are present everywhere so it is important that people having allergic asthma must know that they have this condition and also how to prevent themselves against severe conditions.  Allergic asthmatic individuals have extra sensitive airways for certain allergens. After these allergens enter your body, immune system shows overreaction. This leads to inflamed airways and becomes flooded with the thick mucus.

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SYMPTOMS TO CHECK IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIC ASTHMA

Symptoms of allergic and non-allergic asthma are mostly the same, these include;

Tightness of chest

tightness in chest

 

Fast breathe

breathing very fast

Short breath

Shortness of breathe

Wheezing

a man is wheezing

Coughing

If you have any of the above conditions, there is the possibility that you might be having allergic asthma. If you are exposed to following factors, there is also a possibility that a minor problem may be the symptom of allergic asthma. These factors are small enough for breathing deep to lungs;

  • Windblown pollens from trees, weeds, and grass
  • Mold spores & fragments
  • Cockroach feces
  • Feces of dust mite
  • Animal dander & saliva

OTHER FACTORS TO CONSIDER

If you are exposed to above, take a check for your health. Worsening of allergic asthma is not only due to allergens. Irritants do this job as well. These trigger asthma attack without sometimes causing allergic reactions. Irritants include;

  • Tobacco smoke
  • Smoke from fireworks, incense, candles and fireplace
  • Cold air
  • Air pollution
  • Strong fumes or chemical odors
  • Dusty rooms
  • Perfumes
  • Exercising in the cold air

If any of the above conditions lead to the severe problem for you, you might be a victim to allergic asthma. Take care of your health before it becomes worse.

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