The condition when airways tend to produce excess mucus as they are narrow and swell is called asthma. When this happens, the result is difficulty in breathing which also triggers coughing, wheezing sound and shortness of breath.
There are patients when this pulmonary illness is already the destruction of normal life routine. This is because their daily activities are obstructed that can even lead to an asthma attack that can be a threat to existence.
Pain or tightness of the chest, difficulty to sleep, shortness of breath, wheezing or whistling sound when exhaling and extreme coughing due to flu or cold.
There are also asthma symptoms caused by allergy, occupation, and exercise.
The cause can be related to environmental and genetic factors since asthma can be inherited.
*Exercise or physical activity
* Certain medicines (aspirin, beta blockers, naproxen)
*Sulfites and added preservatives
* Gerd or gastroesophageal reflux disease
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