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If it is understood that Asthma onset conditions require a specific atmosphere, precautions can be made to avoid the problem. There are three main items for consideration, general health, emotional stress situation and created allergy/allergen exposure. Simply analysing virtually any asthmatic problem invariably will find repeated antibiotic involvement, often from a very young age. Most often with very young children another commonality is generic cows based formulae and short term breastfeeding. Think about it! If these items are considered as very much involved in the majority of cases and conducive for the problem onset, a new train of thought emerges. If the original allergy that causes the original problem can be avoided or detected early enough, the problem can be avoided. All body signals must be learned and understood, sneezing, rashes or whatever. A further recent finding here in Australia is that omega3 fatty acid oils taken during pregnancy virtually eliminate allergy problems with children. So all this is just the tip of the iceberg, the problem can be avoided but requires logic and commonsense, removing the cause addresses the effect, not long term medication!

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Why can't asthma be prevented?

Asthma cannot be prevented because it's exact cause is unknown. =(


How is asthma is prevented?

you can't


How can an asthma attack be prevented?

An asthma attack can be prevented by using a puffer of ventolin or another substance that opens up your airways.


Can you fly with asthma?

Yes. As long as your doctor has not prevented it


How many people get asthma each year and how can asthma be prevented?

Thouands of people get asthma each year. There is no such cure for asthma or a known cause of asthma. But it has been advised to have allergy tests to see what you are allergic to such as dust, cats, dogs, pollen, etc and avoid these as these things can trigger asthma symptoms and cause asthma attacks in some people.


How can occupational asthma be prevented?

Industries and environments where employees have a heightened exposure to substances known to cause occupational asthma can take measures to diminish or eliminate the amount of pollution in the atmosphere or.


How do you prevent children from getting asthma?

Children can prevent getting asthma by drinking plenty of apple juice. British scientists have discovered that if a child drink plenty of apple juice it can prevent a him/her from getting asthma. Until the exact cause of asthma is discovered, there can be no cure or method of prevention. There are probably some studies that show certain things that are linked to asthma or to the lack of instances of asthma, but they don't prove that asthma is prevented or cured by them, only that there seems to be some relation between asthma and certain other things. Those relationships could just as easily be coincidences as anything else, so they just mean that they warrant further studies.


Can omeprazole be used for asthma?

Omeprazole belongs to a class of drugs known as the proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs). These are used to prevent problems that occur due to the acid in the stomach. Around 40-60% of people with asthma also have a condition known as gastro-oesophagael reflux where acid from your stomach flows back up into your oesophagus. this can trigger asthma symptoms. the rationale behind the use of a PPI in asthma is that this acid reflux will be prevented to stop an asthma attack happening. Studies have shown that 40mg of omeprazole may increase the capacity of the lung to work, but does not improve asthma symptoms or reduce the need for other asthma medication.


How dangerous is asthma?

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What is asthma in Arabic?

asthma is called (Rabbo) in Arabic and it writes (asthma = ربو ) or (the asthma = الربو )


What is the difference between exercise asthma and normal asthma?

The difference between exercise asthma and regular asthma is that exercise asthma arises due to too much exercise while regular asthma is not.


What is the scientific name for asthma?

The scientific name for Asthma is actually Asthma!


What exercises induce asthma?

Exercise induced asthma is where you get asthma from exercese


What is a sentence with the word asthma?

I suffer from asthma. Asthma makes my life hard. I sometimes can't sleep at night due to asthma. I wish they had a cure for asthma.


Can you list some books about asthma?

The Asthma Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know by Francis V. Adams, MD Asthma (Just the Facts) All About Asthma and How to Live With It Ask the Doctor: Asthma The Asthma Self-Care Book : How to Take Control of Your Asthma Asthma & Allergies My House Is Killing Me! The Home Guide for Families With Allergies and Asthma Why Do I Wheeze? Children and Asthma: The Child With Asthma Childhood Asthma: What It Is and What You Can Do Control Your Child's Asthma: A Breakthrough Program for the Treatment and Management of Childhood Asthma The Parent's Guide to Allergies and Asthma American Academy of Pediatrics Guide to Your Child's Allergies and Asthma What Your Doctor May Not tell You About Children's Allergies and Asthma: Simple Steps to Help Stop Attacks and Improve Your Child's Health


What are other names for asthma?

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


Do asthma transfer if you kiss an asthma patient on lips?

No, asthma is not a communicable disease.


Is asthma communicable?

No..... Asthma is not communicable


Is asthma noninfectious?

Asthma is noninfectious.


Can you suffocate from Asthma?

Can you suffocate from Asthma


Who can you get asthma?

you can get it from your family,friendsetc. that has asthma


What the asthma mean?

Asthma is a disease of chronic (it's always there) inflammation in the air passages of your lungs. This makes your lungs hyper sensitive, or over reactive, to certain substances, such as cockroach urine, dust mites, animal dander, molds, fungus, strong smells, smoke, etc. These would be your asthma triggers. When exposed to your triggers this may irritate this inflammation, thus making it worse. The result causes an acute asthma attack. During an asthma attack the muscles lining the air passages spasm and this causes the air passages to become narrow. This results in airway obstruction, whereby air gets trapped in the lungs and can't get out. The inflamed air passages also produce excessive secretions, and this can exacerbate the problem. The end result is wheezing as air passes through the obstruction, chest tightness, coughing, and shortness of breath. An acute asthma (it's happening now) attack can be treated with asthma rescue medicine like albuterol and levalbuterol, and steroids. An acute asthma attack can be prevented by taking asthma controller medicines that control the chronic inflammation, thus making your lungs less responsive to your asthma triggers. The best way of treating acute asthma, and controlling chronic asthma, is by working with your asthma physician.


How is asthma contracted?

Asthma cannot be contracted like a cold, your DNA is predisposed to Asthma.


Does asthma run in the family?

sometimes. my friend has asthma and her mum and her big brother has asthma


What part of speech is the word asthma?

The word asthma is a noun. Asthma is a respiratory condition.