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asthma in children

Childhood asthma: What you need to know - AJC.com

About 6 million children in the U.S. have asthma,  according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) . It's a chronic condition that causes the sides of the airways in the lungs to become too narrow so that too little air moves in and out of the lungs.

What are the symptoms of asthma?

When you think of asthma symptoms, you probably think of wheezing. Although that's definitely one of its signs and symptoms,  WebMD says there are also others you'll want to look out for in your child, including the following:

Frequent coughing spells – may be the only symptom present Less energy while playing – needing frequent breaks when compared to his or her friends Labored, rapid breathing Tightness in the chest or neck muscles Weakness or tiredness Dark circles under the eyes Frequent headaches 

Are the remedies on the Chemist Counter good for the control of catarrh in children asthma?

MY daughter produces lot of catarrh culminating in asthma, are the syrups and medicines in the market good for the prevention and/or formation of catarrah or is it that asthmatic children do not benefit from them at all? I appreciate your help and answers.


...best to see knowledgeable Doctor - phone around - also a very good chiropractor - research shows a benefit when your relieve interference in the nerves which run through the spine. Say a prayer you will find the right team for your child. Intention


Good for the control but not the best.See a dr


...best to see knowledgeable Doctor - phone around - also a very good chiropractor - research shows a benefit when your relieve interference in the nerves which run through the spine. Say a prayer you will find the right team for your child. Intention

What are the symptoms of asthma in children 12-15?

I have a family history of asthma: My dad, his dad and my pap. I have difficulty breathing and exercising and I sometimes cough a wheezing cough. Do I have asthma?


Sounds like you could possibly have Asthma also. I would recommend going to see a Doctor for that.
Asthma symptoms are pretty much what you have described (wheezing, shortness of breath, prolonged expiration and an irritated cough). The chances


-- Cold Sympthoms:
Coughing
Sore throat
Runny, stuffy nose
Sneezing
Low-grade fever

-- Flu Sympthoms:
Dry cough
High fever/chills
Blocked and/or runny nose
Aching muscles/joints;


Sounds like you could possibly have Asthma also. I would recommend going to see a Doctor for that.
Asthma symptoms are pretty much what you have described (wheezing, shortness of breath, prolonged expiration and an irritated cough). The chances