Asthma causes uk

Asthma UK | Triggers A-Z

A trigger is anything that irritates the airways and causes the symptoms of asthma
. Everyone's asthma is different and you may have several triggers.

Asthmacauses – NHS Choices

There is no single known cause of asthma, but there are several factors that may
contribute to the condition. Contributory … Asthma UK: What causes asthma?

Asthma – NHS Choices

Asthma is a long-term condition that can cause a cough, wheezing and … In the
UK, 5.4 million people are receiving treatment for asthma – that is 1 adult in 12 …

Asthma. What Triggers/Causes Asthma Attacks (UK) | …

From time to time the airways constrict (narrow) in people who have asthma. This
causes the typical symptoms. The extent of the narrowing, and how long each …

Asthma health centre: Symptoms, types, UK asthma triggers and …

5.4 million people in the UK receive treatment for asthma. Find in-depth asthma
information, including treatments, triggers and prevention.

BBC Science – What causes Asthma?

Apr 19, 2013 What asthma is, what causes it and what triggers an asthma attack. … It is one of
the most common long-term medical conditions in the UK.

Asthma | Bupa UK

Bupa information about the symptoms, causes, treatments of asthma. Symptoms
of asthma include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath and chest tightness.

List of substances that can cause occupational asthma – HSE

Nov 6, 2012 List of substances that can cause occupational asthma. Alpha amylases:
Enzymes that change starch into sugar. Used in flour milling and …

Could your hay fever cause an asthma attack? – Express

May 13, 2014 Asthma affects at least 5.4 million people in the UK, roughly one in 12 … The long
-term inflammatory condition causes coughing, wheezing and …

Smog causes 1.6 million to suffer asthma attacks – Mirror Online

Apr 3, 2014 A survey by Asthma UK conducted yesterday found 30% of the country's 5.4
million asthmatics – 1.6million – had suffered an asthma attack as a …

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