they use a peak flow meter
One can find information on asthma treatment from local doctors or from books. There are many books on asthma that gives information for treatment. Doctors can also give useful and reliable information on asthma treatment.
well i have asthma and they dont weigh me so no probs not
You can research more about asthma treatments or ask your doctors for more information about them and also go to online websites such as www.webmd.com/asthma/guide/asthma-treatment-care to find out more about it.
to see how frequent they get asthma attacks and so that they can see what [activity]causes them the attack.
This depends on the kind of asthma that your sister has. Most doctors recommend keeping a breather with them at all times.
Childhood asthma is curable and homeopathy is really helpful in curing asthma in Children. Many doctors opt for homeopathy treatment for their child.
No. But you will not notice your asthma as much when you age.Don't listen to this person, that fact is wrong. My nan and my brother have both grown out of asthma and the doctors have confirmed. So 'YES! you can grow out of asthma but it depends if you take your medication properly and how bad your condition of asthma is'Love, lozziemacozzie ♥
Pulmonologist are specialists dealing with lung related disease. But asthma is usually treated by Internists or doctors practicing General Medicine
they have an allergy clinic and they do have doctors that work with asthma patients, i don't remember if they have just an asthma "clinic"
They could do a check up on you or check if your healthy.
no she does not she just has to breathe a lot because shes a singer If you check her myspace, she says she does have asthma.
they will tell u and identify it throw a scan
i think its to prevent attacks and when attacks occur to stop them and make your breathing easier doctors also check asthmatics reguraly to see if their condition is improving or getting worse.
Allergy related asthma treatments are usually available at your family doctors office. He may do some tests and give you a allergy prescription.
Things that can cause disorders of the lunas like cancer or asthma are allergies to dust,mold,or pollen. Avoiding these things can help prevent asthma attacks. Doctors can prescribe medication to help prevent asthma attacks. With good medical care,a person with asthma can lead a normal life.
Many natural remedies, like herbs, yoga and acupuncture claim to treat asthma. As of 2012, none of these remedies have been proven to reduce the effects of asthma in clinical studies that doctors would approve.
I have both asthma and high blood pressure and am taking metoprolol. I was very concerned that this would work against my asthma so I had very detailed conversations with both my asthma doctor and my regular doctor. Its been 3 years now since starting metoprolol. My BP is under control and so is my asthma. Although metoprolol should work against your asthma - only thing I experienced was a slight cough when i first started. I suggest you talk with both your doctors at length about taking this drug with asthma. There are other HP drugs out there - but metoprolol is the tried and true one. Talk with your doctors.
They are doctors for children and specifically handle children's medical needs. You could take your child to one just for a check up or for something more serious like asthma or allergies.
doctors will check your blood pressure, has a bag, ect.
It depends on what kind of asthma you have the best way to keep asthma down is basically to not over work your self in GYM or by runing to much as it can make it worse for you and to talk to your doctor about how your asthma is being and if its getting worse talk your doctor on how to make it better and if your doctor docent know much about it it best to change doctors as it best to have one that trained in the area of asthma
They can be yes. It could also be a cold or another lung problem. Asthma can only really be diagonised by a doctor. I would recomend a doctors visit just to be sure.
Doctors do this because asthmatics tend to have 'triggers' that cause asthma attacks. These triggers can be pet dander, dust, pollen, cold air, chemicals, or many other inhaled particles. Stress and other events can bring on an attack as well. Many people with asthma are allergic to something and develop asthma through this allergy, however, triggers are not always that specific allergen. The doctors are merely trying to determine what your triggers are, and if you might be allergic to something.