Inflammation and Allergy
There are white blood cells called eosinophils that are associated with allergy, and there are other white cells known as T lymphocytes that are associated both with inflammation and allergy. Blocking histamine can help to relieve the symptoms of asthma and control the onset of attacks. Inflammation in the airway that is developed from the involvement of these allergy producing and inflammatory cells is contributors to hyper responsiveness in the airway, chronic disease, airflow limitation and symptoms associated with the respiration. The inflammation that results in breathlessness and the feelings associated with chest tightness in bronchial asthma is felt most only by certain individuals and usually at night which is called nocturnal asthma. This condition as well as other diseases of the respiratory tract such as middle ear infections, chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps has a strong connection to allergy. Missing work, awaking during the middle of the night and the assistance of stronger medications for symptom control are related to allergy as well. Triggers for Bronchial asthma are pneumonia, colds or the flu, toxins and air pollution,additives in food such as MSG, activities such as exercise, smoke from tobacco, pollen, dust mites, mold and pet dander, and drugs such as beta blockers, aspirin or NSAID.
it cannot cure the disease completely but can surely treat it to reduce the symptoms of asthma. Asthma treatment includes use of Generic Prelone which is a “steroid” that helps to reduce the inflammation thus gives you relief from the symptoms of asthma. This drug works by modifying body’s immune responses to various conditions. Generic Prelone made of prednisolone decreases inflammation. Managing asthma includes relief medications, preventive medications, managing environment and daily monitoring and educating the patient and family members. Relief medications such as inhalers, short-acting beta-agonists, and anticholinergics used at the time of attacks, clear the mucus and enable proper breathing. Preventive medications such as corticosteroids tackle chronic inflammations. Environmental management begins with removing or reducing the triggers making the symptoms of asthma present around like removal of carpets, washing of bedspreads, pillow-covers in hot water on a weekly basis, use of synthetic mattresses and reducing the humidity. Daily monitoring of health is done by listening to the body.