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The asthma is a chronic inflammatory lung disease of the airways, characterized by difficulty in breathing due to reduction or blockage of airflow, as well as wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest and often accompanied by extreme symptoms of anxiety due to inability to breathe. The onset of asthma is linked to genetic and environmental factors and its increase in recent years is mainly due to increased pollution of big cities. Asthma is manifested by attacks of shortness of breath due to overproduction of mucus in the airways and contraction of airway smooth muscle, with consequent reduction of its diameter (bronchospasm). These situations might occur due to many several reasons which can be listed as the

  • Environmental causes
  • Pollutants and
  • Allergens
  • Tobacco smoking
  • Cold or warm air
  • Over dose of medications
  • Perfume and
  • Stress

In children usually this asthmatic symptoms occur due to the viral infections such as the common cold. The infection due to asthma has rapidly spread during the recent days that have lead to the attention of many people across the globe to curb this menace.

The main symptoms of asthma are the

  • Problem in breathing properly.
  • A lot of sneezing is there.
  • Moodiness.
  • Headache.
  • Runny/stuffy nose.
  • Cough with or without sputum (phlegm) production.
  • Your chin and throat may also itch.
  • You feel tired very soon.
  • Dark circles start occurring under eyes.
  • Trouble in sleeping
  • Poor tolerance for exercise
  • Downward trend in peak flow number
  • bluish color to the lips and face
  • Severe anxiety
  • Rapid pulse
  • Sweating


In many individuals the asthma symptoms include the impairment in the process of breathing. Many other asthmatic patients are affected by problems that occur in the upper respiratory tract, infections to the air allergens, air pollutants stress and even problems occurring due to excess of exercise. The most common symptoms also include itching of the chest along with coughing. Some of the asthmatic patients are misunderstood for the COPD type of disease. Shortness of breath is the ultimate cause of asthma. The initial stages might bring about sputum along with a cough. The main sign of asthma is the increased cardiac beat rate.


The main cause of the asthma is due to the interactions of the individual with the environment as well as due to the genetical factors. The researchers have not fully understood the main causes behind this asthma. But the real factor determines to what extent and how severe the patient is being affected with asthma. Many studies have technically verified these causes of asthma.

Environmental Factors:
There are many risk factors associated with the environment that really cause asthma. However the fact depends mostly on the intake of tobacco smoke. This can cause severe or acute asthma level in the patients. The next serious threat is the poor quality of air along with psychological stress. The viral infections can also trigger asthma along with the use of antibiotics.

Genetical Factors:
There 100's of known genes which are associated with the cause of asthma. These genes are basically related with the immune control system the system that modulates inflammation. But the study is still under research to find the main interactions of these genes.

The asthma patients are often treated by

  • Medical methods or
  • Pharmaceutical agents or
  • No medical treatments or
  • Controversies in treatment or
  • Emergency treatment
Home Remedies and Natural Treatment:
  • Honey can be used to cure asthma.
  • Garlic with milk can be used to treat asthma.
  • Ginger tea is used to treat asthma.
  • Mustard oil mixed with camphor can be used to treat asthma.
  • Turmeric powder mixed with milk can be used to treat asthma.
  • Caraway seeds in water can be used to treat asthma.

Sinusitis treatment center at Bangalore is best for treating asthma.

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