Asthma treatment and cure

How Is Asthma Treated and Controlled? – NHLBI, NIH

How Is Asthma Treated and Controlled? Asthma is a long-term disease that has
no cure. The goal of asthma treatment is to control the disease. Good asthma …

Asthma: Treatment & Care – WebMD

With asthma treatment, one size does not fit all. Some treatments are used for
long-term control; others treat an asthma attack to give immediate relief. Learn
how …

Asthma Treatment | Treating Asthma | ACAAI

If asthma attacks are severe, unpredictable or flare up more than twice a week,
then asthma treatment with a long-term control medication is recommended.

Asthma Medications and Treatments – Cleveland Clinic

Medications are used to treat, prevent and control asthma symptoms, to reduce
the number … Theophylline is another type of medication used to treat asthma.

Treatment for Asthma – Medical News Today

Asthma is not so much "treated" as it is "controlled". As a chronic, long-term
disease, there is no cure. However, there are tools and medicines to help you
control …

HowStuffWorks "25 Home Remedies for Asthma"

Millions of people suffer from asthma. Fortunately, home remedies can help
prevent asthma attacks and treat symptoms like wheezing and coughing.

Asthma UK | Treatment and medicines

Although there's no cure for asthma, there are effective medicines for asthma that
allow most people to control their asthma so that is doesn't interfere with daily …

Natural Treatment of Asthma – Dr. Weil

Treatment of asthma has two aspects: management of acute attacks and long-
term control or prevention. Conventional treatments are sometimes the best …

Asthma Definition – Diseases and Conditions – Mayo Clinic

Provides comprehensive information on the condition, treatments, and
management.

Asthma Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management & Treatment | AAAAI

There is no cure for asthma, but once it is properly diagnosed and a treatment
plan is in place you will be able to manage your condition, and your quality of life
 …

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