Category Archives: Asthma

Tips on How To Use an Inhaler Properly for Asthma

Tips on How To Use an Inhaler Properly for Asthma

An inhaler is one of the most common forms of treatment for asthma and it’s crucial to know how to use one properly. However, there are some common mistakes people make when they use an inhaler that need to be fixed. Keep reading to learn some tips on how to use an inhaler properly for […]

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Differences Between Childhood- and Adult-Onset Asthma

Asthma is a condition that makes it difficult to breathe because the airways can become inflamed. Asthma is a serious condition that affects around eight percent of the population, with 27 million Americans who have it. It is also worth noting that there are two different types of asthma, one from that can develop during […]

The Different Types of Asthma

The Different Types of Asthma

There are over 25 million people in the United States who are suffering from some type of asthma. The chronic disease can occur in anyone and causes the swelling of the airways, which can make it difficult to breathe. Because we need to breathe in order to survive, asthma is a serious condition that deserves […]

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4 Asthma Tips For National Asthma Month

May is National Asthma Month, and more people than you probably think suffer from this condition. In fact, asthma affects more than 24 million people in the U.S., including more than 6 million children. This May, take advantage of National Asthma Month to learn a little bit more about how you can manage your asthma […]

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Do You Think You Have Asthma? How to Tell For Certain

If you were one of the seven dwarves would your name be “wheezy” because you are practically gasping for air all of the time? Even though being winded after working out may be normal, if you have noticed that you are short of breath a lot, then you may be wondering whether or not you […]

Do Essential Oils Help With Asthma Symptoms?

Essential oils aren’t anything new. Ancient Egyptians used aromatic plants for medicinal purposes.1 For the past few decades, they’ve been used to scent products and flavor foods. More recently, they have become a large part of the country’s appetite for wellness and holistic healthy living practices.2 Celebrities from all walks of life have praised essential […]

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What is Exercise-Induced Asthma?

This entry was posted on Monday, November 20th, 2017 and is filed under Blog by AENT Associates Fifteen minutes into your morning run, your legs start to feel heavy and your chest tightens. Unwilling to quit, you push yourself harder – too hard – and before you realize what’s happening, you’re doubled over, coughing and […]

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The Basics of Asthma

This entry was posted on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 and is filed under Blog by AENT Associates As one of the country’s most common chronic conditions, asthma affects a staggering 26 million Americans, often resulting in frequent school and work absences. Though many patients find out they suffer from asthma at an early age, the […]

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What to Do Immediately If I Have an Asthma Attack

This entry was posted on Monday, June 20th, 2016 and is filed under Blog by AENT Associates While asthma attacks may range in severity from mild to severe, affected breathing can be scary. Fortunately, there are medications you can take to reduce airway inflammation. Even if you don’t have these handy, there are several things […]

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Spirometry 101: Comprehending Readings through Patterns

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 11th, 2016 and is filed under Blog by AENT Associates Spirometry, one of the most commonly advised lung function tests, is used by a number of asthma specialists to diagnose the condition of the patients and the severity of the disorder. This test shows how well you breathe […]

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