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Health Tips: Asthma Attack Symptoms, Causes and Prevention

To avoid this problem of shortness of breath, all people should be protected from its risk factors. This habits can increase the risk of asthma.

Asthma Attack: Asthma is one of the increasingly serious respiratory problems worldwide. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an estimated 262 million (262 million) people were affected by asthma in 2019 and causing 4.55 million deaths. In India too, this number is increasing year by year. About 6% of the total population of the country has asthma in children and 2% in adults.

Asthma Attack Symptoms, Causes and Prevention

According to health experts, some people's asthma problems can be hereditary, while some people are at risk of developing it over time.

In asthma, your airways narrow and swell, creating excess mucus. It can make breathing difficult and when you exhale, there is a cough and the sound of shortness of breath. Some things in daily life aggravate the problem of asthma. To avoid this problem of shortness of breath, all people should be protected from its risk factors. Let's find out what habits can increase the risk of asthma.

Smoking Increases The Risk of Asthma

Smoking is known to be a major cause of the increased risk of asthma, including asthma. Exposure to tobacco smoke, even if you do not drink alcohol, can exacerbate respiratory problems, which should be avoided. Also, if you smoke in front of children, exposure to it may increase the risk of worsening asthma symptoms in children. People with asthma must refrain from smoking.

Asthma Attack Symptoms, Causes and Prevention
Stay away from allergens

Some allergenic factors such as dust, pollution, etc. can also cause asthma attacks. Exposure to these factors increases inflammation in your airways, which increases your risk of asthma attacks. This is why people with asthma or shortness of breath are advised to wear protective masks when going out, to avoid such allergens.

Taking Certain Medications

Studies show that some people take non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), but they can cause inflammation of the airways and worsen asthma symptoms. Researchers are doing research to find out the reason. If you experience shortness of breath after taking any medicine, stop it immediately and consult the concerned doctor.

Certain Types of Food

Health experts say some people have problems with asthma attacks even after eating processed foods. These foods may contain substances such as sulfur dioxide and sodium metabisulphite which can make your problem worse. In such cases, health experts advise asthma patients to include fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains, etc. in their diet.

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