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What is Asthma?

Asthma is extremely common and is a condition where your airways swell and narrow, and produce mucus, making it difficult to breathe easily, and triggering wheezing and coughing. Some people may find asthma is only a minor nuisance, but for others, it can interfere with daily activities and may even be life-threatening. The symptoms of asthma can be mild or severe and may come and go, but it is important to ensure your doctor NYC specialist adequately manages your asthma.

Although asthma isn’t curable, the symptoms are controllable, but because it can change over time, it’s important to work with your doctor to ensure treatment is adjusted as necessary.

What Are the Symptoms of Asthma?

The symptoms can vary from person to person but include:

  • Shortness of breath and which can cause trouble sleeping
  • Feeling chest pain or tightness
  • Coughing or wheezing attacks that can be worsened by colds or flu
  • Making a wheezing or whistling sound when exhaling

Sometimes the signs and symptoms of asthma are worsened in specific situations and which include:

  • Exercising and especially when the air is dry and cold
  • Workplace irritants such as dust, chemical fumes or gases
  • Airborne substances like pollen, mold, or pet dander that can trigger allergy induced asthma.

When to See a Doctor for Asthma Treatment?

If you think you have asthma and have frequent attacks of wheezing or coughing that last for more than a few days, schedule an appointment to see our best primary care doctors NYC. It is better to treat asthma early as it can help to prevent the condition from worsening over time and may prevent long-term lung damage.

Our doctor will conduct a physical exam to rule out other possible conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or respiratory infection that could cause asthma symptoms. We may also prescribe specific lung function tests to determine the amount of air moving in and out of your lungs when you breathe.

These lung function tests are frequently conducted before and after taking a medication that will open your airway. If your lung function improves after using the medication, you most likely have asthma. Other tests that may be useful include imaging tests to scan your lungs and nose cavities, and allergy testing.

The physical exam and diagnostic tests will help determine the severity of your asthma and are used to tailor your treatment. Treatment aims to provide long-term control and prevention in stopping asthma attacks before they begin.

Usually, you will learn to recognize triggers and can take steps to avoid them, and you will need to make sure your daily asthma medications are effective in controlling symptoms.

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55 W. 17th Street, Ste 105,

New York, NY 10011

(212) 378-9987

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New York, NY 10028

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New York, NY 10010

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