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What is Asthma?
What is Asthma?
Technically speaking asthma is a disease that affects your lungs.
It constricts the airways making it difficult for you to breathe by
irritating, swelling and inflaming the muscles.
There are two types of asthma: the first type of asthma is when
your asthma acts up due to allergies. This will normally occur
when you come in to contact with something to which you are
allergic. The second type of asthma occurs because of triggers
such as stress, infections, cold air, exercise, etc. Note that this
type of asthma does not occur as a result of an allergy.
You can experience asthma at any ag