Childhood Asthma Treatment

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Childhood Asthma Treatment

Childhood Asthma Treatment

Asthma in children may not differ from asthma in adults, but children put up with unique challenges. Fortunately, with the right treatment, management of asthma in children becomes easy as they can control their symptoms, prevent asthma attacks, and most importantly, achieve a normal quality of life.

Asthma is a common condition that often shows its symptoms in childhood, especially when a child is three or over three years of age. It affects the functioning of tubes in the lungs which are responsible for breathing, as a result of which the lungs become inflamed and children experience wheezing or breathing issues along with chest congestion. Childhood asthma can have a severe impact on daily activities of a child, and (s)he may have trouble in school, sports, play, and sleep. If asthma goes unmanaged and symptoms become temporarily worse, it can lead to frightening asthma attacks.

Symptoms of Asthma in Children

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