What is it like to live with Asthma?

The symptoms of breathlessness, wheezing and coughing can make people with the condition scared of asthma. A long episode of asthma with symptoms exhaust most of the people with asthma. They feel tired, confused and unable to move while going through an asthma attack.

However, World Health Organization (WHO) suggests that it is possible to live a normal life with asthma if people can manage it well. If you are diagnosed with asthma, it is crucial for you to consult a doctor and understand your triggers that induce an asthma attack. Once you know your triggers, your doctor can prescribe medication that can provide both immediate and long-term treatment.

Besides this, as asthma is an allergic reaction to environmental changes, it is essential to live a healthy lifestyle that can prevent a severe response from the airway. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health website suggests that conventional medical treatments can manage the symptoms of asthma. However, the website also suggests discussing the treatment with your doctor, as there is not enough evidence that supports the use of complementary treatment to treat asthma.

Also, the National Health Service (NHS) website suggests things you can do to live a normal life with asthma.

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