ASTHMA When Excess Type

ASTHMA When Excess Type ~
Complexities At A Glance:win-cold
Unusual symptoms of asthma include
cough persistent with cold especially either at night or early in the morning
breathe shortness, difficult breathing, restlessness
tightness, pain or pressure felt in the chest
throat itchiness
phlegmatic noises
lips blue
difficulty in sleep
anxiety, and difficulty concentrating
An audible ‘wheezing’ sound is characteristic of asthma, especially when exhaling.
These symptoms can mimic other illnesses, such as heart failure, emphysema, bronchial obstruction, vocal-cord dysfunction, and hypersensitivity reactions.
Exercise is a common trigger for asthma and may cause symptoms in 80%-90% of asthmatics. Exercise-induced asthma always managed by choosing an appropriate sport, controlling the asthma events, warming up, avoiding cold, stopping exercise during an asthma attack, cooling down after exercise, and preventing episodes with the use inhalers and bronchodilators. Some conditions can cause asthma to worsen, including GERD, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, food allergies, and air pollution.
Excess type: Wind and Cold
It denotes due to invasion of wind cold, which impairs the smooth flow of the lung vital, that injures the skin and hair, and makes pores closed. Lungs vital fails to disperse and descend, leading to cough.
Main manifestations:
Cough with thin sputum, rapid breathing, accompanied by chills, fever, headache and absence of thirst, white tongue coating. Lungs main function is of respiration and is further associated with the skin and hair, which are first attacked by wind cold in invasive procedure.
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