“World Asthma Day” is celebrated on 1st May, every year, across the globe to spread awareness about asthma prevention. It is organised by Global Initiative for Asthma (GINA) in association with the World Health Organisation (WHO). In India, this condition is quite common and affects people of all ages. Here are a few things about Asthma you need to be aware of:
Asthma can be hereditary and can often cause a lot of discomfort to those affected. One needs to understand the full impact of its symptoms to take proper care of their respiratory health. Asthma is irreversible but, can be managed by identifying and avoiding the triggering agents.