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Tips on how to keep asthma at bay and prevent so many attacks especially at night.?

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Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Asthma control

Night-time asthma that occurs more than twice a month indicates the asthma is not controlled based on national guidelines.
An asthma specialist can assist in developing a treatment plan (avoidance of allergens/irritants), medications (quick-relief, controller) and possibly allergy injections (if allergic asthma) to keep that asthma at bay and allow a good nights sleep!

In brief: Asthma control

Night-time asthma that occurs more than twice a month indicates the asthma is not controlled based on national guidelines.
An asthma specialist can assist in developing a treatment plan (avoidance of allergens/irritants), medications (quick-relief, controller) and possibly allergy injections (if allergic asthma) to keep that asthma at bay and allow a good nights sleep!
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