no, because Asthma is a disorder in the airways, not the lungs in the first place. when triggered by an irritant, what happens is your windpipe narrows down, and mucus clogs it, causing breathing difficulties, and then an asthma attack. asthma has nothing to do with the lungs - they will still be perfectly normal.
Asthma is swelling of the bronchi, but lung cancer is uncontrollable cell growth on the lung . Asthma is symptom but lung cancer is disease
It's rare but possible. Most asthma is resulant from stress or alergic reaction. However, whatever causes reduction in the size of the bronchi may be called asthma. So a condtion where, for instance, something is inhaled into one lung only, and causes irritation could inflame the bronchi and cause asthma-like symptoms.
Asthma is a lung disorder. It is one of the things that cause people to have trouble breathing. ***I hope this helped***
Yes. Asthma is a disease that affects the respiratory system.
A lot of mucuss observed broncholoties in the lung cause asthma
This is a fact. Asthma is a chronic lung condition resulting in chronic inflammation and periods of bronchospasm.
That is the correct spelling of the word "asthma", a lung condition that can inhibit breathing.asthma
They only USE one lung, but they have two.
If you have well controlled asthma your lung function should be relatively normal between attacks. The way to develop well controlled asthma is to see your doctor on a regular basis, take your asthma medications exactly as prescribed. There are about 10-20% of asthmatics who may develop severe asthma, and this may be due to repeated uncontrolled asthma exacerbations or by other things, such as smoking cigarettes, that cause lung scarring, or chronic airway changes, withing the lungs. These severe asthmatics may develop some degree of permanent loss of lung capacity. Otherwise, the only time your lung capacity will be diminished is while you are having an asthma attack.
Examples of lung ailments included asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, lung cancer and many others.