Do you know what can trigger an asthma attack in your child?
As seen in previous post, asthma can be one of the biggest health concerns for children under 5. It is a “growing” concern!
It is sad to say but asthma is very common among children. In fact, 6.3 million children have asthma in America today!
Again, asthma is a disease that causes the airways of the lungs to tighten. So, an attack can occur when your lungs aren’t getting enough air to breathe.
Here are some signs of a potential asthma attack:
But… what can trigger it? Well…
Did you know that things in the bath, blankets, or stuffed animals can trigger an asthma attack?
Triggers are everywhere! Here is a list of potential triggers that maybe found in your home.
In the next post, we’ll look at each and every one of them. Simple tricks and tips on how you can reduce or eliminate them.
In the mean time, if you want to start cleaning and “sanitizing” the air you breathe, reduce or eliminate some of the triggers, I suggest you start here. You’ll be surprised of what you can find!
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Be well, be healthy!