Bronchiole tubes inflamed from Asthma Attack

The symptoms of asthma include: coughing; wheezing; shortness of breath; tightness, pain or pressure in the chest. Not every person has the same asthma symptoms. Some have no everyday asthma symptoms and have asthma attacks (worsening of symptoms for an amount of time) periodically; while others have mild asthma symptoms everyday. Mild asthma attacks are common, while more severe ones require immediate medical attention.
Asthma symptoms occur because of two factors: air restriction and inflammation. Airway constriction occurs when the muscles in your lungs. Inflammations occurs in the airway of the lungs. The lungs of people with asthma are always inflamed, and can become more irritated when asthma symptoms worsen. Also, a thick mucus can form in the airway, obstructing them even more.

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