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    1. Asthma: Using an Asthma Action Plan

      When you or your child has asthma, you need to treat the underlying inflammation to avoid long - term lung damage, and you need to know how to quickly treat a sudden increase in your asthma symptoms (asthma attack). You do this through daily treatment and action plans.A daily asthma treatment plan says in writing how you are to treat the daily inflammation in the lungs. It helps prevent or slow th

    2. Asthma: Symptoms of Difficulty Breathing - Living With Asthma

      You can control the impact asthma has on your child's life by following your asthma plans consistently. A management plan can reduce inflammation to prevent long - term damage to your child's lungs and decrease the severity, frequency, and duration of asthma attacks. Your child may have difficulty following the plan because of its many different factors. To help you and your child remain consisten

    3. Asthma in Teens and Adults - Topic Overview

      Exercise challenge and inhalation challenge tests are sometimes used to diagnose asthma and workplace asthma (occupational asthma). Exercise challenge test In an exercise challenge test,spirometry is done before and after you exercise on a treadmill or an exercise bicycle. Spirometry measures how much and how quickly you can breathe air in and out. An exercise challenge test can see what ...

    4. Asthma in Children - Frequently Asked Questions

      Learning about asthma:What is asthma?What causes asthma?Can I prevent asthma or asthma episodes?What are the symptoms of asthma?What happens in asthma?What increases my risk of asthma?How is the severity of asthma classified?What is occupational asthma?What is exercise - induced asthma?Who is affected?Being diagnosed:Who can diagnose asthma?How is asthma diagnosed?How is asthma monitored?Getting .

    5. Asthma in Children - Cause

      The cause of asthma is not known. Health experts believe that inherited, environmental, and immune system factors combine to cause inflammation of the bronchial tubes, which carry air to the lungs. This can lead to asthma and asthma attacks. Asthma may run in families (be inherited). If this is the case in your family, you may be more likely than other people to develop long - lasting (chronic) ..

    6. Asthma and Lung Function Tests

      WebMD explains lung function tests used to diagnose and monitor asthma.

    7. Asthma and Flu

      If you have asthma, getting the flu can be particularly dangerous. WebMD explains how the flu can affect asthma.

    8. Is There A Natural Cure for Asthma?

      Is there a natural cure for asthma? Learn more from WebMD about what can and can't help you manage your disease.

    9. Quick Answers to Your Asthma Questions

      Looking for some quick answers to your asthma questions? WebMD has it covered.

    10. Your Job and Occupational Asthma

      Occupational asthma is a respiratory disease caused by exposure to a trigger in the workplace. Learn more from WebMD about work-related asthma.

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