Cures There aren't any cures that are guarantees. You need to tell your doctor about your asthma or allergy problems and talk it over with your doctor. You need to understand what exactly are your symptoms. This will help determine what medical ways you'll find the most effective. You must understand that medically there is not cure, but there are ways to treat and control your attacks. Avoiding the allergy and then taking your medicine for when you do accidentally take something that you're allergic to can control allergy attacks. This is the most you can do to solve your allergic problems. As for asthma, there are ways to cure it. Most children grow out of their asthma attacks by the time they become a teenager. It is also the time you can develop asthma. One way to help your asthma is to be active. You don't need to be involved in everything, but being involved in sports can help a child work out their asthma problems. With this said, you cannot over strain yourself. Over straining yourself will cause an attack. This is not good if you're trying to avoid attacks. As of the things that will help both your asthma and allergy attacks is a proper cleaning. Make sure that your home or room is clean and dusted. You want to rid your environment of triggers; dust and mold are just a few types of triggers for allergy attacks. You may also want to get tested to make sure that you have asthma or just allergies. You do not want to be overly medicated for the sake of your own health. Remember some medicines do have a lot of harmful side effects, so the less medicine that you take is the best for you. You will want to talk to your doctor about a diet and activity rate. Why? Because your doctor will give you a general idea of what you can eat or do. You don't want to put yourself in harms way so it is best to get a professional's opinion. It will make your situation feel a whole lot better knowing your boundaries.
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