Patients in the area of Crystal Lake, IL ask about the options for treatment of asthma
The team of Advanced Allergy and Asthma Associates and Food Allergy Center of Illinois is here to help patients in and around the area of Crystal Lake, IL with their overall health and wellness When patients are seeking treatment for asthma, they have several options to consider. Additionally, a proper diagnosis by a professional will start the process of finding the appropriate ways to address and manage this chronic condition.
What is asthma?
Asthma is a condition of the lungs that can affect the way patients breathe. When properly diagnosed, patients in the area of Crystal Lake, IL can then seek the best treatment options available for them. Treatment of asthma may be done regularly or “as needed” when patients are having an asthma attack. Some patients experience flare-ups while others have chronic concerns in terms of their ability to breathe properly.
What treatment options are available for asthma?
Treatment options may include:
- Oral medication that can be used to prevent asthma attacks in patients with chronic and severe asthma
- Medications that can be inhaled through an inhaler to control their condition
- Inhalers with medication that can be used as an emergency solution to asthma attacks
- Avoiding the possible triggers of asthma to reduce the number of attacks a patient experiences
Some of the most common triggers for patients with asthma may include:
- Pet allergens
- Pollen allergens
- Breathing cold air
- Physical exercise/exertion
- Mold and dust allergens
- Harsh chemicals
Schedule a visit with our doctors today to learn more!
At Advanced Allergy and Asthma Associates and Food Allergy Center of Illinois, our professionals are here to help with a variety of concerns, including the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions such as asthma. Dr. Noga Askenazi and the staff are here to help patients in the Crystal Lake, IL area at their practice conveniently located on North Pepper. Call (847) 888-8802 today to schedule an appointment and take charge of your condition and overall health today!
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