There is no known cure for asthma, but its symptoms can be reduced and managed with medications and lifestyle changes. Important lifestyle steps include 1) limiting exposure to triggering allergens; 2) recognizing warning signs when they occur; and 3) treating symptoms early. Identify your known triggers, and limit your exposure to them as much as possible. (For example, if pets are a trigger, consider finding them new homes, porous, hard-to-clean materials with hard surfaces that can easily be wiped down. Avoid airborne allergens like smoke, pollens, grasses, perfumes, chemicals, and pollution.
Warning signs may include shortness of breath and wheezing, chest tightness or pain, increased use of bronchodilators, poor sleep, and coughing spasms, especially at night. If they occur, examine your environment to see what may have changed, and try to limit exposure to these triggering allergens. Treat symptoms early, before they become serious. Slight asthma episodes are easier to treat, and have fewer repercussions for general health, than servere attacks. Treating early will break the inflammation cycle before it gets serious. AsthmaClear can help keep asthma under control.
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