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WWI was caused by all of the following EXCEPT: A.Austria-Hungary's fears of looking weak by not punishing Serbia for the assassination of its crown prince B.Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany's military aggressiveness C.Interlocking alliance agreements between various European nations D.The Communist overthrow of the Russian czar in 1913
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Asthma is a common inflammatory disease of the airways. Symptoms include wheezing, coughing, chest tightness and shortness of breath. It affects 7% of the United States, 5% of… British people, and a total of 300 million worldwide. Athsma also causes 250,000 deaths per year worldwide.
I am not a specialist but I know you can get it after you have been exposed to irritants for a long time that cause your immune system to over-react. Sadly so many children al…ready have asthma, caused by anything from smog to food to baby powder. As for myself, I usually do not suffer from asthma, however I seem to have an episode of a few months every decade following a severe cold with bronchitis. The type that is viral and bacterial. This predisposition was probably acquired while I worked in a carpenter shop for a few years (dust, glass fibre). theres usually 2c in the air but when theres 5c (like in Cuban cigars) in the air, people would inhale it and that's how people get asthma Asthma is something you are born with and you can't catch it. It never goes away and is a non curable disease.
Asthma is a gene in your family such as:ancestors,your mother,your father.etc.....which would be passed down through generations.So it depends.
First you need to know symptoms & Causes of Asthma : Asthma Symptoms: Coughing, Chest Tightness, Shortness of Breath, Difficulty in Breathing, wheezing, Increased …Heart Rate & more. Causes of Asthma: Smoking, Allergies, Pollution, Dust Mites, Infections, Cold Wind, poor Digestion, Food Allergies, Weather Conditions. Asthma should be treated in the right way, so that asthmatic people may live a normal life more actively. The first step to relieve an asthma attack is to use your quick-acting bronchodilator (such as albuterol). The usual dose is 2 puffs, breathed slowly and deeply. In a sudden severe crisis of breathing, you can safely use as many as 4 puffs at a time. Under normal circumstances, it is usually recommended that you use your quick-relief bronchodilator no more than 4 times a day. To treat an asthma attack, however, you can safely use it as often as every 20 minutes for as long as 2 hours, if needed. If available, a compressor with nebulizer can be used in the same way, every 20 minutes for several doses. The major side-effects to anticipate are a jittery feeling and racing of the heart. Asthma is a disease of the lungs. Snow mountain garlic also helps to reduce Asthma disease. Eat a Snow Mountain Garlic Capsule Daily OR Add 3 cloves of garlic to a pot of hot water. Boil it for 5-7 minutes. Let it cool and then drink. By joshihealthcare(dot)com
Asthma is a breathing disorder, in which when your allergies act up, your throat gets swollen and makes it harder to breathe. this is also refereed to as an "asthma attack", o…r a sudden break of asthma from allergies.
It is a disease that you have from when you are born it is not contagious it is a disease that close up the passage ways to your lungs making them smaller and its harder… to breath but over time when you are older it can go away it can if you are young to but you have to fight it and be really active.
Not to take it seriosly. ASTHMA CAN KILL YOU!!
Anyone can get asthma, however, it is not contagious.
About 6.3 million children in the US have asthma About 4 million of them had an asthma attack last year What do these statistics tell you about the relationship between asthma and asthma?
These statistics tell you that not every child who has asthma has asthma attacks. I know, much simpler than you thought it would be :)
when you have asthma you will have to use prescription medicines to help with your breathing, i personally take salbutamol.
The only thing you can really do is get an inhaler.
You run alot
It is mostly genetic.But also pollution is a triggering factor.Staying in clean environments inside out may help not getting it.
It definitely makes you very shaky and weak and isolated fearing the attacks also very careful to avoid the allergic factors.
you can get it from the air.you can be asthma because of your pillow because it has dust so put it under the sun twice a week.Change your curtains too.You can totally get asth…ma from the dust and smoke of cars
you can get it from your family,friendsetc. that has asthma