Asthma affects people of all ages, but it most often starts in childhood. It's important to treat it when you first notice the symptoms. This will help prevent it from worsening and causing a severe asthma attack. Severe asthma attacks may require emergency care, and they can cause death.

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Asthma, if failed to cure completely, can be very well controlled. There are ways to greatly reduce the episodes of attacks, so asthmatics can still enjoy a normal and active life.
Homeopathy is the only system of medicine which tries to 'cure' this disease, instead of trying to provide symptomatic relief.
Always consult your doctor and get the right medicine and the dosage that is suitable for you. Self-medication is always dangerous.

Asthma : a chronic disease

The word 'asthma' is derived from the Greek meaning ' panting' or 'labored breathing'.

Asthma, as defined by World Health Organization, is a chronic disease characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing, which vary in severity and frequency from person to person.

Avoid an Asthma Emergency

Asthma can be life-threatening. Watching somebody gasping for breath is a terrifying experience and being well prepared is the best advice.

With severe asthmatics it’s important to have a written programme displayed in a prominent place so everyone knows what to do when an asthma attack occurs. Severe asthmatics are also advised to have oxygen at hand and to get to the emergency service at the local hospital as quickly as possible.