Asthma (pronounced AZ-muh) is defined in Essential Allergy, by Niels Mygind, Ronald Dahl, Soren Pedersen and Kristian Thestrup-Pedersen 2nd edition as :
A lung disease characterised by: 1, variable and reversible airway obstruction; 2, airway inflammation; and 3, bronchial hyper-responsiveness.
Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that makes airways (bronchial tubes) particularly sensitive to irritants, and this is characterized by difficulty in breathing.
Asthma is a highly ranked chronic health condition in adults in most western countries, and it is the leading chronic illness of children.
Asthma cannot be cured, but for most patients it can be controlled so that they have only minimal and infrequent symptoms and they can live an active life.
Yeast infections are, at the very least, uncomfortable. The itching and burning of symptoms can leave many women looking for instant relief in any form, and there is some choice available in solutions to the irritation. There are yeast infection treatments in the form of over-the-counter medication, doctor’s prescriptions, and alternative medicine or natural remedies, which means that most women can find an option for a yeast infection treatment that’s right for them.
From The Pharmacy
Let’s begin with over-the-counter medicine, the most common choice for yeast infection treatment. Since yeast infections are caused by an overgrowth of fungus that is naturally present in our bodies, the best way to tame that spurt of activity is to curb it with something antifungal. Over-the-counter antifungals come in the form of creams or tablets that are inserted vaginally over the course of one to seven nights.