asthma if you have following symptoms
- Excess production of sputum that you feel moves while coughing
- Chest tightness
- Shortness of breath especially during physical activity including playing
asthma symptoms are often worse in the morning and late at night. The episodes of asthmatic attacks are known to occur frequently during change of seasons but some patients with severe disease have symptoms all the year round. In between asthmatic episodes symptoms have been known to disappear or improve but that does not mean the asthma has gone away. Asthma can be present in a silent manner.
- Allergens (pollen, mold, animal dander, dust mites)
- Irritants such as tobacco smoke, strong odors
- Respiratory infections
- Weather changes
- Viral or sinus infections
- Reflux disease (Stomach acid flowing back up the esophagus or food pipe)
- Medications Foods
- Emotional anxiety
asthma .Identifying a cause or causes may help you to take preventive steps in avoiding asthma attacks.
asthma - Airways narrow when triggered by vigorous physical or sports activity.
asthma -A chronic, persistent cough without shortness of breath.
asthma - Related to working in a particular occupational environment. Symptoms are more severe while at work during the exposure.