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History of Asthma

History of Asthma The history of asthma started in 5,000 BC wherein ancient people suffering from difficulty of breathing were seeking out for miraculous help from magicians  and priests. The early form of practice involved incantations and uses of herbal plants. Tracing ...
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How Can Asthma Be Prevented?

How Can Asthma Be Prevented? One of the basic aim of asthma prevention is to reduce the disability and also the deaths due to asthma. The best way to reduce the signs and symptoms of asthma is through the implementation of ...
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Signs of Asthma

Signs of Asthma There are different signs of asthma that can be observed through clinical assessment. It is used as a baseline data to rule out other health diseases. The purpose of identifying these manifestations is to determine the exact diagnosis ...
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Bronchial Asthma Symptoms

Bronchial Asthma Symptoms The bronchial asthma symptoms focus on the actual verbalization of asthma experiences. It can't be measured by an assessment tool but doctors use this as a supporting fact to diagnose and treat the health problem. Moreover, subjective cases ...
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Nebulizer Treatment

Nebulizer Treatment One of the most common means of treating asthma is through nebulization. It is a dependent treatment that requires a doctor’s prescription. The nebulizer treatment uses a nebule (suspension) that acts as a bronchodilator. There are two types of nebulizers. ...
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Natural Asthma Treatment

Natural Asthma Treatment The advent of natural asthma treatment indicates good news for people living with asthma. These are alternative regimens for relieving the signs and symptoms of asthma without using any pharmaceutical drugs. Home remedies, diet modification, lifestyle changes, and other ...
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Exercise and diabetes

How are Exercise and Diabetes linked Diabetic people are encouraged to actively participate in exercises. This could help them normalize their blood sugar level and reduce their risk for developing cardiac problems. Muscles consume glucose when we exercise. Thus, this explanation ...
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Type 1 diabetes

What is Type 1 diabetes? Type 1 diabetes is a result of destruction of the beta cells in the pancreas. This is usually a result of autoimmune disease. This type of diabetes is common in the young, occurs rather suddenly and ...
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Hypoglycemia

What is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia is a condition described as an extremely low level of sugar in the blood. Sugar or glucose is taken from the food we eat. Thus, it is used by the cells to produce energy. This condition of ...
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Diabetes diagnosis

Diabetes diagnosis- the confirmation of diabetes Diabetes is a condition in which there is increased blood glucose due to an insulin deficiency (which is a hormone secreted by the pancreas) or maybe also due to a defect in the insulin action. ...
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