I would like to touch upon the topic of bronchial asthma. Basically, so that patients who are diagnosed with this diagnosis by doctors do not fall into despair and do not be afraid of this diagnosis and do not feel a sense of inferiority.
Bronchial asthma affects about 300 million people in the world. In Europe, only 20% of all asthma patients have a severe form of bronchial asthma, and of these 20% it is more severe just because it is uncontrollable. What does uncontrollable mean?
Mild bronchial asthma and moderate severity can also be uncontrollable. This means that a patient with a diagnosis of bronchial asthma is not regularly monitored by his doctor, does not perform the necessary treatment and, most importantly, that the patient does not have the right dose of the drug, which gives a good effect, and that the patient interrupts the course of treatment on his own without the supervision of the attending physician … And as a result, the condition may worsen or remain unstable for a long time, and then asthma is interpreted as uncontrollable.
In the treatment of bronchial asthma, it is very important that your doctor supervises you in different periods of the disease: both in remission, when there are no complaints (the condition is satisfactory) and in the exacerbation of the disease. It is imperative that you evaluate the effectiveness of the prescribed drugs and also check the technique for using the inhaler.
At an appointment with your doctor, you need to bring your drugs and demonstrate how you use them, since if the inhalation technique is not correct, the effectiveness of treatment decreases.
With well-controlled bronchial asthma, it is possible to achieve a stable stable remission. Among people with bronchial asthma there are Olympic champions and pop stars, etc.
The diagnosis of bronchial asthma is not a sentence. This is a state of the body that requires individual control, a certain way of life and dosage loads, and most importantly, as for adults, smoking cessation.