Avoiding Exercise? You Don’t Have To With Asthm-active Life

It is not easy for an asthmatic to manage life alongside symptoms. Anything from weather change to unassuming dust irritants can trigger an asthma episode, and they would rather play it safe.

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How To Reduce Asthma Triggers When You’re At Home

An asthma trigger is anything that brings on breathing troubles, coughing, breathlessness, wheezing or other similar symptoms for a person diagnosed with asthma. With asthma triggers around, there is also an increased risk of an asthma attack so it is important to reduce these triggers in your environment as much as possible. This is a precaution that can be taken in addition to following your asthma treatment plan that includes taking the asthma medication prescribed by your doctor. 

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What Are The Different Types Of Nebulizers Available?

The use of nebulizer is quite common for people who suffer from asthma or COPD. It eases the lives of people living with asthma and COPD.

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FB Live Interview with Dr. Jaideep Gogtay

The interview hosted by Rajdeep Sardesai with Dr. Jaideep Gogtay, Senior Vice President at Cipla Ltd on the 26th of October, 2018, answers all your asthma related queries.

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How To Develop Asthma Action Plan

An Asthma action plan has details on preventing asthma triggers, and managing asthma symptoms, etc. The aim of this plan is to monitor symptoms, take correct actions when symptoms are worsening, and prevent life threatening situations.

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Do’s & Don’ts For Asthmatics During These Times

Asthma is a chronic condition which can be managed well with the help of the right treatment in these difficult times. It is important for asthmatics to manage their asthma triggers and take their long-term controller medicine as prescribed to prevent asthma episodes during these times. Unprecedented times like these can give rise to a lot of queries among the asthmatics on how they should take care of themselves.

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