Don’t let asthma knock the wind out of you. Asthma is a lung disorder that is characterized by sudden fits of wheezing, coughing, or shortness of breath. According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of people who have asthma is continually growing.
Approximately sixty-five percent of adults currently have persistent asthma, and nearly sixty percent of children currently have persistent asthma. Research and other evidence found the following self-care and lifestyle tips can help minimize and control your risk of asthma attacks.
What You Need To Know:
Clean it up. To avoid triggering asthma, control household and workplace irritants such as dust, mold, smoke, chemicals, and animal dander. The Environmental Working Group informs readers,