Can Kids Outgrow Asthma?

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease in which the airways become sensitive to allergens or irritants. When the airways are exposed to such substances, the lining of the air passages become swollen and inflamed. In addition, the muscles around the airways tighten and there is an increase in mucus production in the lining. These factors narrow the passage of air in and out of the lungs and cause an obstruction in breathing.

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Top 10 Mistakes To Avoid While Using Inhalers

An improper use of inhalers can lead to dangerous consequences. Read on to know the 10 common mistakes to avoid while using inhalers.

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Cipla's New Television Commercial

With the second leg of #BerokZindagi having officially kicked off, the new TVC that Cipla recently launched on the 14th of December 2019 perfectly encapsulated the theme for this phase of the campaign. The same being "Asthma Ke Liye, Inhalers Hain Sahi".

The campaign aims to bring about awareness amongst both, non-asthmatics and asthmatics, about the benefits of using inhalation therapy. In doing so, we hope to destroy the stigma attached to the use of inhalers, which has prevented asthmatics all over India from accessing the correct treatment.

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Difference Between Asthma And COPD

Both asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) share similar characteristics, but they're not the same conditions. Read on to know the difference between Asthma And COPD in detail.

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Your Asthma Checklist When You Leave Home

Read on to know the best precautionary measures for asthma when leaving home

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Try These Exercises If You Suffer From COPD

A common misconception that people have about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder or COPD is that once experienced, the disease renders the person unable to perform physical activity. However, this is simply not true. Aerobic and cardiovascular exercises do go a long way in improving common symptoms of COPD such as shortness of breath.

People who tend to neglect physical activity due to their COPD usually suffer from a drop in muscle mass and cardiovascular function. Due to this, they find it difficult to breathe when completing even the simplest activity.

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