Asthma causes nhs

AsthmacausesNHS Choices

There is no single cause of asthma, but certain things may increase the likelihood
of developing it. These include genetics and the environment.

AsthmaNHS Choices

Asthma is a common long-term condition that can cause a cough, wheezing, and
breathlessness. The severity of the symptoms varies from person to person.

Asthma triggersNHS Choices

List of asthma triggers that can set off an allergic reaction, including pollens,
household cleaners and pets.

Asthma – treatment – NHS Choices

The aim of treatment is to get your asthma under control and keep it that way.
Everyone with asthma should be able to lead a full and unrestricted life.

Asthma – symptoms – NHS Choices

The symptoms of asthma (breathless, tight chest) can be mild to severe. … early
morning; attacks triggered by exercise, exposure to allergens and other triggers.

NHS Direct Wales – Encyclopaedia : Asthma

Causes. There is no single cause of asthma, but certain things may increase the
likelihood of developing it. These include genetics and …

Occupational asthma – Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust

Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust … Occupational asthma is
caused directly by work and is usually the result of an allergy to something …

Respiratory Severe AsthmaNHS England

The NHS Commissioning Board is now known as NHS England. A14/S/b … The
vast majority of patients with asthma have mild to moderate disease and have.

Asthma | Introduction | Health Library | NHS Inform

Jan 24, 2014 Asthma is a common long-term condition that can cause a cough, wheezing and
breathlessness. The severity of the symptoms varies from …

Asthma UK | Asthma facts and FAQs

Asthma UKs press office can provide facts and statistics about asthma … The
NHS spends around ВЈ1 billion a year treating and caring for people with asthma.
… New class of treatment shows promise for treating asthma · What causes
asthma?

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