Asthma is a chronic lung disease that gives breathing difficulties.
Asthma shows by difficulty in breathing. The small bronchi in the lungs shrink so much that it becomes hard to breathe out air when breathing.
Asthma often begins in childhood and is a common occurrence. Inheritance plays a role in the development of asthma so in some families there are more people with asthma. Many with asthma also have skin eczema and hay fever.
Symptoms of asthma include bouts of coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing. The attacks can occur by allergies, physical exertion and viral infections - such as a cold. The strength of the attacks varies from mild cough to excessive shortness of breath, where you do not have enough air to speak.
The treatment of asthma consists of various types of medicines such as, for example, to inhale aerosol.
Asthma patients often have a brown spray to prevent new attacks and a blue to treat attacks.
The brown is used daily, while the blue used in the attack.