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Bronchial asthma is a condition caused by?

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Most bronchial Asthma attacks are caused by hyper-sensitivity of the victims to air-borne particles or Allergies to certain foods.lalalalalalalal

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I have bronchial asthma and can be caused by exercise or allergiens.


Bronchial asthma is a disease caused by increased responsiveness of the tracheobronchial tree to various stimuli. The result is paroxysmal constriction of the bronchial airways. Bronchial asthma is the more correct name for the common form of asthma. The term 'bronchial' is used to differentiate it from 'cardiac' asthma, which is a separate condition that is caused by heart failure. Although the two types of asthma have similar symptoms, including wheezing (a whistling sound in the chest) and shortness of breath, they have quite different causes.


Bronchial asthma is a condition where the bronchial tubes are inflamed, causing breathing to be constricted and difficult. Most patients who suffer with bronchial asthma have "symptom free" periods punctuated by attacks, with wheezing and shortness of breath.They are both basically the same.


You can get allergic rhinitis and bronchial asthma, due to allergies.


A bronchial condition such as Asthma can cause a constriction of the windpipe.


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No, asthma and bronchial asthma are different. wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath are the symptoms of asthma but when it comes to bronchial asthma there are some other important symptoms you can find that is an asthma attack, mild fever make asthma symptoms worse. You should follow and consider with your local doctor. With that, you may try some home-based natural treatment like "salt therapy" using saltair device, which is available in stores like "saltair.fi"


Its not curable, but it is very treatable.


In the United States, over 22 million Americans, including young children, suffer from asthma. Also called bronchial asthma, asthma is an inflammatory lung disease that causes chronic attacks that restrict airflow. Bronchial asthma is characterized by a tightening of the bronchial tubes. The bronchial tubes of asthma sufferers are hyper-responsive, meaning that they are affected by allergens and environmental factors. It is important to control bronchial asthma symptoms with the help of a qualified health care professional.Common SymptomsSymptoms of bronchial asthma involve chronic asthma attacks which include, but are not limited to, coughing and wheezing, shortness of breath and a feeling of tightness in the chest. Bronchial asthma sufferers experience a number of these symptoms during an asthma attack. These symptoms are the result of an inflammation that restricts air flow. Symptoms are most likely to occur in the late night or early morning hours, when exposed to allergens or environmental factors, or after exercise or overexertion. Bronchial asthma sufferers that experience coughs and wheezing often have trouble sleeping at night.Hyper-Responsive AirwayBronchial asthma patients suffer from a hyper-responsive airway. This includes hyper-responsiveness of the bronchioles. The airway begins to restrict and spasm when patients are exposed to a number of environmental factors, such as pollution, cigarette smoke or dust. In many cases, allergies play a role in triggering asthmatic symptoms. Bronchial asthma sufferers are also likely to experience attacks after a cold or respiratory infection, or after exercise, should they become winded.Spasms and InflammationBronchial asthma sufferers experience common asthma symptoms, such as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and tightness in the chest when their bronchial tree becomes inflamed. This occurs due to a bronchospasm, or muscle spasm of the bronchioles, which tightens the airway, thereby reducing air flow. Bronchial asthma sufferers also experience an increased production of mucus, which clogs passages and blocks the airway.ConsiderationsIn some cases, bronchial asthma is life-threatening. It is important that asthma sufferers seek immediate medical attention. Qualified healthcare professionals offer treatment and symptom management.


Asthma causes contraction of the bronchial smooth muscle.


One alternative name for asthma is bronchial asthma. Other names that are used include: allergy induced asthma and exercise induced asthma.


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Asthma is a multifactorial disease. It can be caused allergy, cold, exercise, emotional disturbances and such factors. Some degree of proneness to bronchial spasm could be hereditory, but to say that it is genetic is not entirely true.


The correct spelling is asthma (narrowing of the bronchial tubes).



A few of the symptoms of bronchial asthma include coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness and wheezing. Tests include X-rays, spirometry test, and peak flow meter.


Now a days you give corticosteroids and brochodialators by inhalation route. The prognosis is good with bronchial asthma.


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inflammation of the bronchial tubes. and it is caused by irritation of the bronchial tubes.


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constriction of the bronchial tubes and wheezing


Asthma is a bronchial hypersensitive disorder characterized by reversible airway obstruction caused by a combination of mucosal edema, constriction of the bronchial musculature and excessive secretion of viscid mucus. In asthma, there is a continuous state of hyperreactivity of the bronchi, during which exposure to a wide variety of bronchial irritants will precipitate an asthmatic attack. In normal subjects, inhalation of histamine or carbachol may cause a little increase in airway resistance. By contrast, the bronchi of the patients with asthma are highly reactive and show marked bronchoconstriction in response to these substances. This phenomenon is termed bronchial hyperreactivity. I suggest that you should consult to expert for health advice. A TCM service platform for public health which may help to solve your problems is recommended to you.



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