Why Treatment Is Important
- How Respiratory Therapy Helps With Eosinophilic Asthma
Preventive treatments can open your airways and reduce asthma attacks. What kind will your doctor recommend?
- Find the Right Specialist for Your Allergic Asthma
A specialist can help you identify exactly what allergens are causing your allergic asthma. But first, you’ll need a referral.
- Lesser-Known Triggers of Allergic Asthma
Did you know a heavy rainstorm can trigger an asthma attack? What else can make it tough to breathe?
- El E-asma explicado
El asma eosinofílica tiende a ser severo. Conoce los síntomas y lo que ocurre dentro del cuerpo.
- ¿Quién padece asma eosinofílica?
El asma eosinofílica es diferente al asma inducida por el ejercicio o al asma alérgica. No sabemos que causa el asma eosinofílica, pero sí hay ciertos factores o rasgos comunes entre las personas que la padecen.
- Asma eosinofílica: qué hay que tener en cuenta
Los síntomas de asma eosinofílica son dos, ya sea seca o con flema, disnea, que es dificultad para respirar, cambios en la voz también puede haber y sibilancias.
- Cómo diagnostican los médicos el asma eosinofílica
El asma eosinifílica se puede diagnosticar de dos formas, clínica y de laboratorio.
- What to Watch For
The symptoms for eosinophilic asthma can cause more serious problems than those for other asthma types. Learn what to watch for.
- Fast Facts: Eosinophilic Asthma (EA)
Eosinophilic asthma is a type of severe asthma. Find out how many people are affected and what else you can expect if you are diagnosed.
- When You Have Eosinophilic Asthma
Sasha Galan is a respiratory therapist who lives with eosinophilic asthma. Sleepless nights and an inability to breathe are normal parts of her life.
- Who Gets Eosinophilic Asthma?
Eosinophilic asthma (e-asthma) affects a small number of people who have trouble breathing, but it’s usually severe. What makes you more likely to get it?
- E-Asthma Explained
Eosinophilic asthma is a type that tends to be severe. Explore the symptoms and what happens inside your body.
- How Your Meds Work
How steroids, anti-inflammatories, or biologics can soothe your eosinophilic asthma (e-asthma) and help you breathe easier.
- Arm Yourself With the Facts
Eosinophilic asthma (e-asthma) is rare, but it's important to get the right treatments and lead a healthy lifestyle. Here are the facts.
- What Treatment Might Look Like
The goal of treatment for eosinophilic asthma (e-asthma) is to be symptom-free. Which meds might work?
- How Doctors Diagnose This Severe Subtype
Treatments for E-asthma are different than other types of asthma, so diagnosis is very important. There are four tests your doctor may use.
- How to Make an Allergy-Proof Home
Which areas of your home need a little extra attention to cut down on pollen, dust, and mold?
- Helping Your Child Manage Asthma Attacks
Kids with asthma should have all the tools they need to help them with their condition. Here are some tips to prepare you for an attack.
- Hidden Asthma Triggers
Dust and pets are common allergens, but what not-so-obvious triggers are making it hard to breathe?
- What Severe Asthma Looks Like
An asthma attack can be serious and scary. Here’s what happens to your airways and why it’s hard to breathe.
- Spring Into Action When an Asthma Attack Begins
Prepare yourself to help ease the anxiety of an asthma emergency.
- Understand Your Severe Asthma Treatment Plan
Work with your doctor to write down a custom treatment plan. Meds from inhalers to injections can help you breathe better.
- How Your Asthma Medication Works
While there's no cure for asthma, your symptoms can be controlled through quick-relief and long-term control medications.
- Asthma Wheezing Prevention
What are some ways to prevent wheezing in a child with asthma?
- Asthma: Truth and Fiction
Asthmatics should have an asthma action plan in place and know the difference between myth and fact when it comes to treatment.
- Asthma Triggers in Children
Asthma can usually be controlled with medication, but avoiding triggers can decrease the need for rescue meds.
- How to Use a Nebulizer
Learn how to set up and use a nebulizer.