Asthma causes phlegm

What is Meant by "Inflammation" in Asthma? – Partners Asthma

The bronchial tubes become swollen and narrowed and mucus is secreted into …
Other things, like cat dander or house dust, cause asthmatic inflammation only …

Asthma Symptoms, Causes, Treatment – How does asthma affect

Dec 6, 2013 Asthma causes a narrowing of the breathing airways, which … The inflamed
tissues produce an excess amount of "sticky" mucus into the tubes.

Asthma Cough – Start Coughing up Phlegm – Healthline

A productive asthma cough can expel phlegm and mucus from the lungs. …
asthma triggers) that worsen their asthma cough: pet dander, viral infections, cold
air, …

Six Steps – American Lung Association

Coughing becomes harder to help push out this sticky mucus. В· Muscles around
… Control your Asthma by Recognizing and Avoiding Your Asthma Triggers.

Asthma Causes and Triggers: Allergies, Foods, Heartburn, …

Still, one thing is consistent with asthma: when airways come into contact with an
asthma trigger, the airways become inflamed, narrow, and fill with mucus.

Mucus hypersecretion in asthma: causes and effects

Airway mucus plugging has long been recognized as a principal cause of death
in asthma. However, molecular mechanisms of mucin overproduction and …

What Is Asthma? (Printer-Friendly)

Asthma causes recurring periods of wheezing (a whistling sound when you
breathe), chest … Mucus is a sticky, thick liquid that can further narrow the
airways.

Asthma – NetDoctor.co.uk

Feb 26, 2014 Asthma is a chronic disease in which sufferers have repeated attacks of … the
airway) and produce an excess amount of the mucus (phlegm) it …

Asthmacauses – NHS Choices

There is no single known cause of asthma, but there are several factors that may
… produce sticky mucus or phlegm, which can cause them to narrow further.

sticky mucusAsthma Forum – eHealthForum

Just wondering , because I was diagnosed with Asthma about 13 yrs ago …
Mucus hypersecretion is a hallmark of chronic airway disease, like …

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