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Treating Asthma

Once you know your diagnosis, your allergist will be able to help you plan treatments. There are a variety of treatments available including biologics, inhalers, bronchodilators, inhibitors and nebulizers. The choice of treatment will depend on your symptoms. After a diagnosis, managing your asthma is crucial. This can be done through a few different steps.

Asthma Treatments FAQ

What helps asthma without an inhaler?

If you are having an asthma attack and do not have your inhaler, sit up and take long breaths. It is important to stay calm and focus on your breathing.

What is the best treatment for asthma?

Your physician will be able to decide on the best treatment plan for you. In most cases, your physician will recommend an inhaled corticosteroid.

How do you self-treat asthma?

There are a few steps that you can take to help your asthma. Minimize the exposure to allergens, drink water, watch what you eat, change air filters, minimize dust and smoke are some of the best practices.

What drink is good for asthma?

There are certain drinks that are helpful in managing asthma symptoms, such as caffeinated drinks, milk, or water.

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