About 24 million people in the US suffer from asthma, a chronic illness. Both allergic and non-allergic asthma are possible. Depending on the type of asthma you have, you may react to a variety of therapeutic methods, including drugs, immunotherapy, and biologics.
You should think about having your asthma assessed if you have any wheezing, breathing difficulties, chest tightness, coughing, intolerance to strenuous exercise, or persistent colds.
We want our patients to understand that if their asthma is well managed, they should be able to tolerate activity and lead a normal life with the fewest symptoms possible despite having an asthma diagnosis.
Here, patients choose from a spectrum of services based on their needs— including needs related to seasonal allergies, food allergies, asthma, eczema, immune diseases, and much more.
Our airways are more vulnerable to specific allergens if you have allergic asthma. Your immune system overreacts as soon as they enter your body. Your airways’ surrounding muscles tighten. Over time, the airways become irritated and clogged with thick mucus.
The symptoms of both allergic and non-allergic asthma are typically the same. You probably will: