Asthma: Stop Suffering, Start Living
This authoritative book clarifies a complex disease with the latest medical facts, sympathetic advice, and many helpful charts and illustrations. Use its complete program to stop suffering and start living! With this book, you can truly breathe more easily. Whether you suffer from asthma or care for an asthmatic child, "Asthma: Stop Suffering, Start Living "is the complete guide to controlling this disease. what to do during an asthma attack new information on drug treatments--which medicines to use first and which are not recommended advice on aerosol inhalers and other ways adults and children can take medicine how to choose and work with an asthma specialist tips on how people with asthma can exercise, travel, and enjoy all aspects of life warning lists of food preservatives and other common substances that can trigger asthma facts asthmatics should know about pregnancy, anesthesia, and other situations not discussed in similar books home remedies and alternative ways to control asthma listings of groups concerned with asthma, programs for asthmatic children, and sources of useful products.
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What Is Asthma?
The Onset and Course of Asthmatic Disease
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activities acute administered airways allergen allergist allergy shots animal dander antibiotics antibodies antihistamines Appendix asthma attack asthma symptoms asthma worse asthmatic children asthmatic reaction AVOIDING ASTHMA'S COMMON beta agonists blood body bronchospasm camp CAUSES AND COMPLICATIONS Chapter chemicals chest child chronic cold COMMON AND UNCOMMON condition contain cortisone cough cromolyn cytotoxic testing develop diet disease doctor dose drugs dyphylline eczema emergency room ephedrine epinephrine episodes especially exercise exercise-induced asthma food dyes hay fever hospital house dust hypersensitivity individuals infections irritant Lung Association medicine metabisulfite metered aerosol mg/tablet mild mold mucus nasal nose occupational asthma oxygen parents patients physician pollen prevent problems produce reason recommend respiratory sensitivity severe asthma shortness of breath side effects sinusitis skin tests smoke steroids sufferers surgery tablets tartrazine theophylline tobacco smoke treat treatment of asthma triggers twitchy UNCOMMON CAUSES usually wheezing