Asthma Doctors

by Mercy Maranga - Date: 2008-11-19 - Word Count: 289 Share This!

Asthma doctors can be found in asthma treatment centers.  These centers can be government owned or private set ups.  For people suffering from the asthma condition, one needs a specialized asthma doctor.  From such a doctor, one gets to know how to how to manage the condition. Once you realize you have a problem, most of the time you do not realize that it is asthma.

Most people go to their usual doctors for a general check up. Some  people sometimes think they have a chronic case of flu or common cold.  Others think they had a mild heart attack. This is as a result of the tightness in the chest and shortness of breath during an asthma attack.  Further diagnosis by your doctor will reveal that you have the asthma condition. Your doctor will refer you to a specialized asthma doctor.

According to the intensity of the condition, you will be advised on what to do.  A good doctor will take you step by step in your journey with the condition. You will find out that the condition has no cure. The only thing you can do is control it. An asthma doctor will help you in knowing the triggers of the condition.  When you get to know the triggers, avoiding them will be easy. Understanding the condition will help you get to know how to detect symptoms.

These symptoms include; coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and tightness in the chest.  Once you detect the signs of an attack, you can treat them immediately to avoid a severe attack.  Asthma medication should be carried along wherever one goes. You can never predict when to get an attack. Asthma doctors are the ones to
decide which medications best suits you.

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