Asthma is one of the most common chronic respiratory diseases and is present worldwide. It is a complex disease that manifests itself through chronic inflammation of the airways. The inflammation generates an increase in bronchial responsiveness which, in turn, causes recurring episodes of respiratory crises, or asthma attacks, which involve wheezing, chest tightness and coughing. During attacks, which can be sudden or gradual, symptoms and respiratory function worsen. The most frequent symptoms of the disease are respiratory problems and crises, coughing, especially at night, wheezing, long-lasting colds and a sense of tightness in the chest. But what causes asthma and what are the differences between allergic asthma and bronchial asthma?
Allergic asthma or bronchial asthma, symptoms and differences to know