Asthma and Stress

Asthma is a respiratory condition marked by attacks of spasm in the bronchi in the lungs causing a certain difficulty in respiration (breathing). It?s a disease in which airway occasionally becomes narrower in response to one or more triggers. It?s a disease persisting for a long time or constantly recurring. Asthma is triggered by different causes such as exposure to warm air, cold air and stress.

 

Asthma is very common among children and teens. Trouble breathing, wheezing, coughing, chest pain, chest tightness are the common symptoms of Asthma. Things that cause Asthma are called triggers. Asthma cannot be cured completely but certain Asthma plan and assistance of a doctor can help to curb Asthma.

When a person is going through some Emotional stress, there is a sort of suffocation in his respiratory system which then triggers a respiratory disease such as Asthma.

 

Stress is a common cause of Asthma. Every person needs to tale out time for himself/herself so as to recharge their batteries and making out time for oneself. One should devote more time reducing the time that one is wasting on the non-essentials and must learn to manage time and putting more time to fit everything in that one must do along with things that one would like to do. One must understand that stress can do to one?s respiratory system.  

One must schedule time to do what he/she wants to. There are different things they may help to de-stress like a nice bath, a stroll down the park. Going through favorite videos, old albums, taking a break from work, going on a vacation can also help in the cause of reducing Asthma.