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Respiratory Disorder: Asthma By: Kayla Underdue
Updated: 3/26/2020
Respiratory Disorder: Asthma By: Kayla Underdue
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  • *Gasp*
  • Mom! Why can't I run as fast as AJ without breathing hard?!
  • Sweetie, I told you this before you have Asthma
  • What is asthma?
  • Asthma is a respiratory disorder, that is marked by spasms in the bronchi of the lungs, which causes difficulty in breathing in some situations. Asthma also is the reason you are allergic to pollen and certain dust particles, because it makes your lungs hypersensitive
  • This respiratory disorder can be treated but not cured. when you are diagnosed with it a doctor will prescribe an inhaler to you. You can also exercise and decrease the sensitivity to the condition. But, before you start to do anything other than your inhaler I recommend that you do treatments
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