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Change of season…take care of Bronchial Asthma

The change in season from autumn to winter is seeing an increase in the number of bronchial asthma patients. The patients who are allergic to this season are the first to get affected. Their immunity in form of antibodies fails in front of attacks by antigen, which are harmful infections. Due to this, inflammation in the heart grows and causes breathing problems among people. Second category of people includes people who are affected by other diseases like typhoid or malaria and bronchial asthma in the form of breathing problem acts secondary to them.
Bronchial Asthma is a chronic disease, which is the result of the inflammatory condition in the bronchi.

Causes of Bronchial Asthma

There is not one particular reason behind this but a combination of factors. The causes can be divided into external and internal. The external causes include allergens, infections, stress, and medications which may have negative effects on the respiratory organs. The internal causes are the malfunctioning of the immune and endocrine systems, autonomic nervous system, and bronchial hyper-responsiveness.

Symptoms of Bronchial Asthma

– Hearing could get difficult for the person.
– A sense of tightness is felt.
– Some constriction around the chest is felt.
– A wheezing noise may be come as the breath is expelled.
– The small bronchial tubes which connect with the lungs are compressed due to swelling or accumulation of viscous mucus in the main bronchi, hence there may be difficulty in inspiration and expiration.
Keeping away from places with pollution, regulating body temperature with the surroundings keeps the body warm and can stop antigens attack.

What triggers Bronchial Asthma

– Tobacco smoke.
– Infections such as colds, flu, or pneumonia.
– Allergens such as food, pollen, mold, dust mites, and pet dander.
– Emotional stress.

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