Asthma is the condition of lungs in which a person suffers from shortness of breath and coughs. It arises due to inflammation or narrowing of bronchial tubes (airway), which further produces
excessive mucus. In some cases, it is also seen that asthma prevents oxygen from entering the lungs, hence, enhances the complications. Asthma is a time-dependent disease; hence it is important to keep its track with doctors.
1. Cough
2. Shortness of breath
3. Chest pain and stiffness
4. Wheezing sound while exhaling
5. Trouble sleeping due to the production of mucus

1. Due to pollutants such as pollen grains.

2. Inheritance
3. Respiratory infections
4. Physically induced asthma, generally by heavy workouts

Asthma can only be controlled. If it worsens, it becomes life-threatening.
Under medical supervision, the person can be given rescue nebulizers.

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