I have had Asthma since I was a kid. at 36 I was diagnosed with copd chronic obstructive pulmonary disease one of the major components of this was bronchial asthma and asthmatic bronchitis. as for affecting your emotional and social parts, my emotional part took me 2 yrs to realize my life would never be the same. and social I can't go anywhere or do anything that I don't have to watch. a cold can send me to the emergency room. my asthma has basically made me control my own environment. I'm allergic to so much that sets it off is unreal. depending on how bad the asthma is and if you have Allergies that go with it my best suggestion would be to find the triggers and avoid them and above all consult your Doctor.
Asthma causes a shortage of oxygen in the body. This can affect your intellectual needs by making it harder for your brain to get the amount of oxygen it needs to function properly. It can cause you to struggle to think clearly.
It does not. Spiritually is independent of any physical impediment or manifestation.
Physical Activity does affect on how much oxygen you need. The reason, for that is because you don't wont to over do it and go at it with all the work for example, if you have Asthma you don't wont to over do it because people with Asthma does not have alot of Oxygen. In Conclusion, that is why I think that physical activities affects on how much oxygen you have.
Having Asthma doesn't affect your sense of smell and taste
how does asthma effect pulmonary ventilation
Don't listen to the earlier statement. Yes they affect people with Asthma, the feces produced by them can often worsen an asthma situation.
Smog is nothing but smoke in the air...and dust and smoke increases asthma.
they can exasterbate it
Asthma has an effect on the quality of life in different ways. Those who suffer with asthma spend more time off from work or school than those that do not suffer with the disease. In general, asthma can have a negative effect on a personâ??s physical, psychological, and social health.
Yes. People have died from asthma. Do what you can do to avoid it.