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Allergic Asthma Treatment

Allergic asthma treatment is often a necessary treatment for those asthma sufferers that face asthma attacks that are triggered or brought on by allergies that they have. Those that have allergic asthma are known to have chronic inflammatory conditions within their breathing airways. Those that face allergic types of asthma will have an asthma attack that is brought on by the various types of contact with such things as they are allergic to such as dust, pollen, dander and even mold. The treatment for this type of asthma is important to take note of although the treatment method often starts by learning what the allergy is.

Those that have allergic forms of asthma are those that often have the same types of symptoms as other asthma patients. It is estimated that about 60 percent of those that suffer from asthma actually have allergic asthma. The symptoms of an attack are the same as other asthma in that shortness of breath, changing breathing patterns, pain in the chest area, wheezing, coughing and rapid breathing are all experienced by those that suffer from this form of asthma. The most common way to get this type of asthma is to inherit it from a parent or relative that has had allergic asthma.

As far as treatment goes, the first step is to determine the allergn to individual and then to avoid that allergen. In doing this, the frequency of allergic reactions will happen. The same medications that are used to treat other asthma sufferers such as anti inflammatory, are used to treat those that suffer from allergic asthma. In addition, there are other medications that can be taken to limit the reaction that the body has to the allergen thereby lower the frequency of the asthma reactions. Those that face asthma should determine if allergic asthma may be behind their asthma. If so, avoiding the trigger to that allergy will help in minimizing the asthma attacks.

Submitted by:

Roger Thompson

Roger Thompson writes about asthma,health related Issues and jobs for http://www.idohealthcare.com


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