• Bronchial Asthma Treatment


The main goal in treatment of Bronchial Asthma is to:

  • Reduce acute exacerbations of the disease
  • Control the chronicity of complaints like coughing and shortness of breath
  • To maintain proper function of lungs and prevent further attacks
  • Reduce and prevent frequent hospital admissions and visits

There are two types of medicines in treatment of Bronchial Asthma:

  • Long-term control medicines like corticosteroids or inhalers are used to reduce airway inflammation and prevent asthma attacks.
  • Quick-relief medicines like short-acting beta agonists are used to control acute exacerbation or any flare-ups of symptoms. However, long term use of bronchodilators and corticosteroids can cause enormous side effects in the body.
  • If asthma is stimulated or worsened by some allergens, allergy shots or medications are prescribed.
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