How to control Asthma?
During an asthma attack, the airways swell and contract. This greatly hinders breathing. Asthma is a disease that lasts a lifetime, but it may not affect your life. If you take care of your health, you can lead an active and fulfilling life.
There are two stages of asthma control:
Constant control of asthma. You and your doctor can make a treatment program that will help reduce the swelling of the airways and prevent asthma attacks. The daily plan of action will also help you monitor asthma and observe how effectively the prescribed treatment is.
If seizures occur, stop them immediately. The treatment program will help prevent them and stop them.
If the diagnosis of asthma to you or your child is set recently, it certainly seems that there is so much to remember and learn. But all you need to do to control asthma is not so difficult to remember and do. A little practice and it will become a part of your daily activities.
What does it take to control asthma?
There are few ways that you can use to control asthma and monitor the effectiveness of the prescribed treatment. Maintaining your health, you can stop the attack in time, avoiding the need for urgent hospitalization. Your attending physician will help you create a treatment program and teach you everything you need.
The daily treatment program describes what medicines and when you need to take. As a controlling medication, a corticosteroid is most often used. Take medication daily, and this will reduce the swelling of the airways and prevent seizures.
The treatment program can be:
List of asthma triggers that exacerbate the symptoms of your asthma. Try to avoid contact with pathogens and asthma will be under control.
Objectives of treatment. Personal goals can motivate you to follow a treatment program. For example, the goals may relate to getting rid of the symptoms of nocturnal asthma or stress asthma.
A diary. In the diary, record the parameters of the pneumotachometer, which symptoms have aggravated, the possible reason for this, what medications you took.
The treatment program will help you quickly make a decision about treatment in case of an exacerbation of the disease and the need to prevent an attack. The program will tell:
How to find out when asthma is out of control, and what steps to take to prevent an impending asthma attack.
What to do if the attack is very serious, and where to turn for emergency help.
To prepare a treatment program, you and your doctor are working together. The treatment program describes zones that are based on the parameters of a pneumotachometer or symptoms.
The doctor will teach you everything you need to treat and use the treatment program. This includes:
How to use a pneumotachometer to measure the maximum volumetric expiratory flow rate. The maximum volumetric expiratory flow rate shows how open the respiratory tract is at the moment. A decrease in the indices indicates that the airways narrow and the asthma symptoms become worse. At this point, you need to start treatment to prevent an attack.
How to use a dosed inhaler. The use of a separator with a metered inhaler greatly facilitates the flow of the drug into the lungs. But to get the maximum effect, you need to be able to correctly use the inhaler. If you are unsure how to do it correctly, ask your doctor. The doctor will also tell you whether you can use a separator with your type of inhaler.
What symptoms to pay attention to. Symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, or fatigue during exercise can mean poorly controlled asthma. The appearance of these symptoms may mean that you need to go to a doctor and that he regulates the treatment program.
How to identify, avoid contact and reduce the number of asthma triggers.
Test your knowledge
It is very important to know how to properly use a pneumatic tachometer.
Asthma control has advantages, both short-term and long-term. Short-term benefits help reduce the severity and frequency of seizures. Long-term benefits include lung support and the ability to lead a normal life.
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