Asthma Wheezing


Asthma wheezing is a condition whereby an asthmatic patient tends to wheeze a lot. Wheezing is one of the symptoms of an asthmatic condition. When one is wheezing, there is a sound that comes from their mouths as a wheeze. The is produced because of lack of sufficient air getting into the lungs for proper breathing. A wheeze can be detected very easily as it produces a sound. This can either be mild or severe.

A mild wheeze can turn out to be severe if not treated and controlled. This is done by using the necessary treatment given. For instance, one is able to use inhalers that help to relax and bring in a a free flow of air in and out of the lungs of the patient. There are also other treatments such as therapy. Therapies are of different kind and brings a relaxation to the muscles that carry air into the body.

A severe wheeze usually develops over a period of time. That is why it is important for one to take adequate measures to control it from becoming severe. This condition is different in adults and in children. The mode of treatment are therefore handled slightly differently. The causes of a wheeze can be due to the weather, colds and viral infections.

Air or environmental pollution can also be a cause of triggering a wheezing condition. It is therefore important that once a patient gets to know what triggers their condition, then they should avoid these conditions not to get worse. Animals also trigger a wheeze if one is allergic to some kind of animal, thus necessary precaution should be taken.

Source by Mercy Maranga


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