The main signs of asthma are coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath (dyspnea). Signs of asthma in children, it is very important to be noticed as a cause of inhaled foreign bodies such as peanuts, viral infections such as cough, and bacterial infections, which may be accompanied by high fever, and growing rapidly. Every child has frequent coughing or respiratory infections should be examined to determine the presence of asthma.
Asthma is classified as mild when a child has one or two brief episodes every week, in moderate asthma, episodes occur more than twice a week, and severe asthma characterized by continuous symptoms. Great attention is the study says that people, including children with life-threatening asthma, become insensitive to recognize symptoms and indicators may not be dangerous. Asthma is usually worse at night and attacks often occur between 2 and 4 amphora several reasons: chemical changes in body temperature and causes inflammation and reducing airway; delayed allergic response may occur due to exposure to allergens in the afternoon, towards morning, drug effects inhaled can disappear and trigger attacks.
What is the sign of asthma in children? At the beginning of the attack, the child usually feels limited, or tight in the chest that is often accompanied by productive cough, audible breathing children may become violent. Anxiety and agitation are common. Wheezing when breathing is almost always present in the attack. Mild severity of symptoms varies from episodes that are sometimes accompanied by shortness of breath to daily wheezing that lasts even high doses of the drug. In general, the attack begins with wheezing and rapid breathing becomes more severe as all breathing muscles become visible active. Neck muscles can contract and conversations may be difficult or impossible. Often, the end of the attacks was marked with a cough that produces thick mucus threads.
Without effective treatment during the attacks, fatigue can contribute to worsening respiratory distress. When the struggle of the chest sufficient to bring air into the lungs, breathing often becomes flat. In threatening situations, the skin becomes bluish in color, the skin around the rib cage the chest seems to be depressed and the patient began to lose consciousness.
After the initial acute attack, inflammation lasts for day’s weeks. The main problem with asthma is that the second phase can not cause symptoms, however, must be treated because it usually leads to relapse inflammatory for renewed narrowing of the airways and subsequent attacks.
Although wheezing is a hallmark of asthma, another disease that can cause asthma-like wheezing. Half of all babies and children suffer from wheezing at some point, but few suffer from asthma. Most infants presenting with wheezing are still underdeveloped airways that is not normal as they grow older. They also may have mothers who smoke. Infants with asthma may have a family history of allergies and asthma. Flask may have a sound when they cough or breathing changed, and can present with frequent respiratory illnesses.