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Causes Symptoms And Treatment For Asthma

Causes Symptoms And Treatment For Asthma Asthma is a disease of the lungs where the person finds it difficult to breathe. The channels that lead to the lungs are inflamed. They become narrow thus making it difficult to breathe. Sometimes the muscles go into spasm and as a result the channel becomes narrower. The production of mucus increases the breathing difficulty. A person suffering from asthma really finds it difficult to breathe when she/he suffers from the attack. Such a situation often demands immediate medical attention and unless that is provided to the victim it might often be a fatal condition.

What Causes Asthma

There are no definite causes of asthma. Researches have pointed out that it is a result of faulty genes and influence of the environment. The case becomes more serious if both the factors combine together. Apart from this the affected person may also suffer from various allergic diseases which may include eczema and hay fever. The breathing tubes become narrowed down as cells and chemicals enter the lung tissues inflaming the breathing tubes. When the tubes are narrowed down it is difficult for the air to move through the lungs and thus result in breathing difficulty.…

Childhood Asthma How To Use Inhalers To Stop Your Child’s Worst Symptoms

Childhood Asthma How To Use Inhalers To Stop Your Child’s Worst Symptoms Childhood asthma is very stressful for a parent and child. As a parent, it is important for you to know about the disease, asthma medication, and how to use inhalers to help your child.

Asthma inhalers are very effective in delivering medication. This device changes the medicine into a breathable mist that goes directly to the lungs. Because the medicine is vaporized, it ensures that a child gets the full dose. And this is very important during an emergency.

Many medications for childhood asthma are delivered by inhalers and it is often difficult for a child to understand what to do. Any adolescent with childhood asthma should be able to perform the necessary sequence of breaths to take these medicines. Therefore he or she will know how what to do during anasthma attack.

To deal with asthma effectively you have to understand the disease and understand your child. Ask your child’s doctor to help you fill out an “Asthma Action Plan.” It is essential to have a written action plan that clearly states what asthma medication to take, when to use, and how to respond to an asthma …

A Brief on Stroke Tests And Stroke Symptoms

A Brief on Stroke Tests And Stroke Symptoms According to the medical professionals, stroke is a condition where a blood clot or ruptured blood vessel or artery interrupts blood flow to an area of the brain. It is caused when oxygen and glucose (sugar) flowing to the brain is less in required quantity, which leads to the death of brain cells and brain damage. According to a statistic from World Health Organization, 15 million people suffer stroke worldwide each year. Of these, 5 million die and another 5 million are permanently disabled. Such is the intensity of the damage caused by a stroke. Medical professionals say that most of the patients who die or get disabled from the stroke don’t know its symptoms or precautions. Therefore, worldwide campaigns are run in order to let people know of the stroke symptoms and the precautions.

A stroke can be mild or severe but its effects can be lessened by being able to identify early on and seek immediate treatment. This is where is very important. But we will talk about that later. First let’s see the symptoms of a stroke:

The most common of the stroke symptoms is trouble with walking. A …

Stroke Symptoms for Women

Stroke Symptoms for Women For some time the belief that women and men have different symptoms for heart attack. Men oppressive chest pain that runs along the left flank – the classic symptoms of codes. Women, the theory does not. This problem has always been that no one can say how women can feel. Tell what my heart attack symptoms in women. Cardiologists Make a dozen get a dozen different answers. Another symptom consistent with – or lack thereof – it stated that women had no chest pain. After birth, chest pain, NO I think not.

One possibility is of course more women than men. I have no proof, but you know what would have been able to develop an episode, I do not think so. I think women feel discomfort in the chest of a heart attack, but not what they feel pain as men. Study of 10 December 2007 in the Archives of Internal Medicine reviewed 69 studies in the data center, etc.. The authors found that 25% of 33% of patients – men and women – to go for emergency acute coronary syndrome (a group of heart problems, such as assault) reported that no pain or discomfort. …

Vitamin D Deficiency Worsens Asthma Symptoms

Vitamin D Deficiency Worsens Asthma Symptoms Are, what happens if it is below the level of vitamin D? I think you asked the most vitamin D is especially. I think about it before also, I read, the health experts’ warning that vitamin D crisis “this time. This means that we do not have this vitamin can be difficult to find and then add the store, so the word” crisis “.

Let’s benefits of vitamin D, which is surprising to learn the important role that I think will speak. Vitamin D is known for calcium balance, and prevention of osteoporosis is difficult to maintain that! also helps to prevent cancer? So, can you help with the differentiation of cells in our body. specialized cells, vitamin D cells (cancer, for example) and reduces the risk of mutation. Research an improvement in immunity, blood-pressure shows, and also secreci n insulin, patients with diabetes mellitus. However, vitamin D will help you lose weight! A recent study shows that can be combined with a healthy diet, weight gain in humans. Scientists believe that vitamin D is associated leptin increased physical function. Leptin hormone tells us when we were full, and when to stop eating it.…

Strokes – Symptoms And Therapy

Strokes – Symptoms And Therapy The freestyle swimming stroke was thought to have originated in Australia which is partially true. The stroke used to be called the “Australian Crawl” because competitive swimmers from Australia were winning events with this stroke. It is said the freestyle was originally from the pacific islands possibly the Solomon’s.

There is a story which is probably true about a boy from the Solomon Islands who went to work in Australia in the 1800’s. He used to swim in one of the local pools using this stroke and someone pointed out that it looked like he was crawling. A swim coach took the basics of this stroke and refined it to what is the freestyle of today. The Australians were winning races with this stroke and the world took notice.

Stroke Symptoms

A stroke is characterized by significant disruption of the blood flow to the brain which may lead to a decrease in the incoming blood supply. When this happens the brain tissue will be deprived of oxygen and the necessary nutrients. After short while, brain cells will be progressively killed. It is therefore a medical emergency that requires immediate assessment and treatment to improve the …

Hypercholesterolemia – Causes Symptoms And Treatment

Hypercholesterolemia – Causes Symptoms And Treatment Hypercholesterolemia presents the first step to slow heart disease due to cholesterol deposits on the walls of blood vessels leading to atherosclerosis, hypertension and increased risk of myocardial infarction. Cholesterol can be inherited or can be caused by eating high-fat aliments.

Causes include:

– Diet. Eating too much saturated fat can raise cholesterol levels. These unhealthy fats are found in animal products. Beef, pork, veal, milk, eggs, butter and cheese contain saturated fat. Packaged foods that contain coconut oil, palm oil and cocoa butter contain high amounts of saturated fat. Margarine, vegetable fat, and most cookies, crackers, chips and other snacks also contain, saturated fat

– Body weight. Increased body weight increases triglycerides and decreases HDL cholesterol.

– Level of activity. Lack of physical activity increases levels of LDL and decreases the HDL.

– Age and sex. After the age of 20 years, cholesterol levels are starting to increase naturally. In men, cholesterol levels stop growing around age 50. In women, persists until menopause.

– General health. Certain diseases such as diabetes or hypothyroidism, causes high cholesterol levels.

– Family history. If are more people in the family who have high levels of cholesterol …