Asthma and Allergies
Running nose and watery eyes, uncontrollable bouts of sneezing, appearance of sudden rash, shortness of breath, tightness in chest. These could be symptoms of allergic reaction, or of incipient asthma. These and other allergic reactions are reversible, if well managed, write the authors, both specialists in the treatment of asthma and allergies.
In this comprehensive and readily understandable book, they explain not only the medical nature of these problems but tell how a patient can learn what is causing his reactions, how to eliminate these causes from his environment and with the help of his doctor, learn which treatment works best.
A special section deals with helping children prone to asthma.
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Keeping Indoors Clean
Exercises for Asthmatics
Asthma in Children
Asthma in the Elderly
Psychological Aspects of Asthma Management
Follow These Rules
Seasonal or Allergic Rhinitis
Asthma Due to House Dust Mites
Asthma Due to Pets
Asthma Due to Fungi
Asthma Due to Insects and Insect Remnants
Asthma Due to Food Articles
Can Exercise Induce Asthma?
Diagnosis of Asthma
Treating Asthma with Medicines
Different Ways of Drugs Delivery
Use of Corticosteroids in Asthma
Treating Asthma with Allergy Shots
Importance of Diet in Managing and Treating Asthma
Perennial Sneezing or Perennial Allergic Rhinitis
Allergy to Drugs
Alternative Therapies for Asthma
Recent Advances and Future Directions
Are You Prone to Allergies? Is Your Cough Allergic in Nature? Is Your Skin Rash Allergic in Nature?
Is Your Child Allergic to a Food? Are the Childs Symptoms due to Asthma?