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Allernet Newsletter Allergy Asthma Quiz. Asthma usually leads to permanent damage of the lungs.
(if not treated) Asthma can definitely result in permanent damage to the lungs if it is not properly diagnosed and treated. Asthma specialists used to believe that asthma allergy was totally different than emphysema. Recent studies have proven, however, that if the inflammation within the lungs of asthma patients is not controlled, then permanent damage may occur.
The best treatment creek of asthma is an accurate diagnosis. Every patient with asthma should be seen by an allergy and asthma specialist to determine the exact causes of the patients' symptoms.
Childrens asthma is commonly caused by allergy. Allergy is the most common cause of asthma in children. At age two years and under, allergic reactions to viruses are the most frequent cause of asthmatic reactions.
These children wheeze with viral infections in the chest. After the age of two years, inhalant aeroallergens from both indoor and outdoor sources may induce an allergic reaction within the lungs, which immune reaction is then referred to as asthma. A child whose asthma is under control will grow and develop normally.
The reverse is also true. Normal growth and development will not occur if a child has asthma that is poorly controlled.
Breathing normally is very important for normal growth. Infections, like colds and sore jose throats, can start or worsen asthma symptoms.