Can asthma be cured? If not, how can it be controlled?

Asthma cannot be cured completely. It is because we do not know the actual cause that induces asthma attacks among people. However, we know that asthma is an allergic reaction that occurs in response to a sudden change in the environment. 

If you are diagnosed with asthma, it is crucial for you to understand the triggers of your asthma attack. A few common triggers such as airborne particles, climate change, environmental pollution, strenuous exercise, strong odour, smoking and others that affect almost everyone with the tendency for asthma throughout the globe. The best strategy is to avoid your triggers and take medication on time.

That being the case, it is important to visit a doctor on a regular basis and get your prescription updated each time as per the symptoms. Your doctor will mostly prescribe you a bronchodilator in the form of an inhaler that should relieve you immediately.

If you wish to control your asthma in the long-run, the best strategy is to maintain a healthy lifestyle that will prevent severe breathlessness. Moreover, practising meditation and yoga also prevent stress on the airway.

Studies have shown that conventional medication may support your medication and lifestyle to control asthma attacks.

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