Allergy Induced Asthma

Allergy Induced Asthma

Allergy-induced asthma, or allergic is the most common form of asthma. Allergy-induced asthma triggers include: animal dander, dust, pollen and mold.

Allergy Induced Asthma FAQ

What allergies cause asthma?

The most common allergies that can cause asthma attacks are rodents, molds, pollen, cockroaches, dust mites, or pet dander.

What does allergy-induced asthma feel like?

Allergy-induced asthma feels just like non-allergic asthma. The symptoms include coughing, wheezing, difficulty breathing, and tightness of the chest.

Does allergic asthma go away?

It is unlikely that allergic asthma will go away. However, there are certain steps that can be taken to avoid situations in which you will have an allergic reaction.

What is the best treatment for allergic asthma?

The best treatment for allergic asthma is typically a prescription medication. It is important to schedule a time to meet with one of our allergists to determine which medication is best for you.

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