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2.1 million Americans have asthma and the condition affects about two million people each year.
About 2 million of those people have no symptoms, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
And it’s not just the people with the symptoms.
More than one-third of adults in the U.S. have asthma, according the National Center for Health Statistics.
There are other reasons that people with asthma may have difficulty breathing.
For instance, it can trigger breathing problems that can lead to breathing difficulties.
And asthma is often triggered by the same underlying factors that cause asthma.
In addition to its effects on breathing, asthma can cause symptoms of sinus problems and allergies, which can lead some people to feel ill.
The symptoms of asthma include: a cough, runny nose, wheezing, trouble breathing or a fever.
These symptoms are sometimes treated with antibiotics and other medication.
People with asthma can also develop other respiratory problems.
For example, someone with asthma who has bronchitis or other respiratory issues can develop asthma.
If asthma doesn’t get better, there’s a risk of serious complications including pneumonia, heart failure, lung cancer and other health problems.
If your doctor or pharmacist is not able to tell you how to treat asthma, they can help you make decisions about what medications and therapies to consider.
Some treatments for asthma may be easier to understand than others.
A few of the treatments that are easy to understand are: taking a breathalyzer test to check for a breath of fresh air before a trip or a physical examination to look for any signs of heart disease or inflammation.
In a test that takes a minute or two to take, the test shows your heart rate, oxygen level and other measures.
A second breathalyer test, which takes less than five minutes, shows if you have asthma or other heart problems.
Some of these tests are available online and by phone.
Some doctors recommend using a breath test to rule out other problems that may be causing your symptoms.
The breath test can give you the most accurate indication of whether you have airway problems or if you’re having problems breathing.
It can also be used to tell if you’ve been diagnosed with asthma, but it can also cause problems if it doesn’t help.
You can also have a physical exam to see if your doctor has prescribed any medications to help you breathe.
These tests can be a good way to see what’s causing your problems.
You might also be prescribed anti-inflammatory medications, which help reduce inflammation in your lungs.
These medicines, called corticosteroids, can help relieve the symptoms of respiratory problems like asthma.
But if they don’t help, the asthma symptoms might continue to get worse, even if the doctor says the symptoms are gone.
You also might be prescribed a bronchodilator, which helps reduce the inflammation in the lungs.
A bronchopneumonia inhaler can be used as a treatment for severe asthma.
The broncholinesterase inhibitors (BIDs) can also help relieve some of the symptoms that come with asthma.
These BIDs include the drug chlorpromazine (CPP), the antihistamine phenobarbital (PBP) and the drug clonidine (clomipramine).
These medicines can help reduce the symptoms, but if you are experiencing other symptoms, you might want to talk to your doctor about whether these treatments are right for you.
To learn more about asthma, read our article, The Basics of Asthma.
Some people with respiratory problems may be unable to breathe if they take medication that contains the drug diazepam, which is used to treat anxiety and other mental health conditions.
This medication has also been linked to the development of asthma.
Other medicines, such as steroids, which are also used to reduce the amount of air you can breathe, can also lead to airway issues.
For this reason, doctors recommend getting a prescription for an asthma inhaler.
An asthma inhalers can help some people breathe, but you can’t use them to treat your asthma alone.
They can only help people with severe or chronic asthma breathe normally.
For people who are at high risk of developing asthma, it’s important to talk with their doctor before taking any medication.
They may prescribe you some other medicine that might help manage your asthma symptoms.
For a list of medicines that may help treat asthma and other respiratory conditions, visit our asthma page.