One of the most common ailments that children suffer as well as teens and adults is asthma. It occurs when the airways in the lungs tighten and blocks it from receiving the adequate air to breathe. Some parents whose child are affected by asthma are unaware of the signals the child might be projecting under attack such as: difficulty breathing, coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and chest pain.
There are many factors that can cause an asthma attack and are called triggers. Unfortunately, they are everywhere. Triggers can be the mold from your house, cigarette smoke, dust mites, airborne debris, and household pets.
So how can you protect yourself or a family member from an onslaught of these triggers? Below are simple tips to defend against asthmatic bouts.