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Symptoms Of Asthma

The main symptoms of asthma include difficulty breathing (sometimes can make people gasp), coughing, chest tightness, and wheezing (sound is produced when air flows through narrowed airways). If these symptoms are recurrent, often with asthma becomes difficult to sleep.

The severity of asthma symptoms varies from mild to severe. Worsening of symptoms usually occurs at night or early morning. Often this makes asthmatics become difficult to sleep and the need for an inhaler more often. Moreover, the worsening of symptoms can also be triggered by an allergic reaction or physical activity.

Asthma symptoms worsened significantly called an asthma attack. Asthma attacks usually occur within 6-24 hours or even days. Even so, there are some patients who worsen asthma symptoms very quickly less than that time.

In addition to difficult breathing, chest tightness, and wheezing deteriorated significantly, other signs of a severe asthma attack can include:

  • Reliever inhalers are no longer effective in dealing with the symptoms.

  • Symptoms of a cough, wheezing, and tightness in the chest more severe and frequent.

  • It's hard to talk, eat, or sleep due to difficult breathing.

  • Lips and fingers look blue.

  • Increased heart rate.

  • Feeling dizzy, tired or sleepy.

  • The decrease in peak expiratory flow.

Do not ignore if you or your family have signs of asthma attacks over. See your doctor to get further treatment.

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