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Indoor winter allergy risks, stopping asthma, rhinitis causing allergens in your home

The risk of winter allergies can be lowered by preventing the allergens that cause asthma and rhinitis. Although the springtime is more commonly known to produce allergens, the winter can also generate allergens. During the wintertime we spend many more hours indoors, which can produce allergens. Common winter allergens are dust and mold, and even here to read more

Sinus infection (sinusitis) related to asthma

Sinus infection (sinusitis) is related to asthma. The sinuses are located in the cheekbones, around the eyes and behind the nose in hollow cavities. The sinuses help keep the air that is inhaled warm, moist and filtered by being lined with mucus. If something blocks the mucus from draining normally, an infection can occur. The here to read more

Bronchiolitis in early childhood increases adult asthma risk

Bronchiolitis – inflammation of the bronchioles – in early childhood has been found to increase the risk of adult asthma. Bronchiolitis is a lung infection commonly experienced by children. It leads to congestion of the small airways (bronchioles) in the lungs. Bronchiolitis can occur year-round, but is often worse in the winter months. Bronchiolitis can here to read more

Asthma in winter: Cold weather can trigger asthma attacks, seasonal allergies

Asthma in the winter can trigger asthma attacks and seasonal allergies. The cold winter air can be an asthmatic’s worst nightmare as it makes it far more difficult to breathe. Generally, asthma attacks increase during the winter months, not solely because of cold air, but because individuals spend more time inside, which can expose them here to read more

Asthma, COPD and bronchitis: Key differences in common respiratory diseases

Common respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchitis and COPD can seriously impact a person’s quality of life, but proper diagnosis and treatment can help those who suffer live more comfortably. Understanding the differences between asthma, COPD and bronchitis can help lead to appropriate care. The differences between asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, are here to read more


Gut bacteria deficit linked to higher asthma risk

Scientists have known for a long time that gut bacteria plays an important role in our digestive health; however, now there is more evidence that it influences many different aspects of our well-being, including our asthma risk. Although many differ, we all have a core set of microorganisms in common. Gut bacteria, or microorganisms, are called here to read more

Natural remedies to help manage your asthma

You feel as though you can’t breathe. The muscles around your airways tighten up, narrowing the airway. That means less air flow. Inflammation increases and the airway narrows even more. Then mucus is produced in the airway and even less air flows through. The wheezing, coughing and tightness in the chest bring on overwhelming panic here to read more