World Asthma Day is observed on the first Tuesday of May to raise awareness about the illness. The Covid19 pandemic has worsened and the situation has intensified in India. People with Asthma and other respiratory illnesses are at more risk and are susceptible to catch the virus easily. Asthma is a condition where people face difficulty in breathing; it can either be minor or severe in some cases obstructing the daily activities of life. It's a chronic illness and some Asthma attacks can also be life-threatening.
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Impact of covid on asthma patients,covid 19 infection tips for asthma patients,asthma patient covid-19 prevent tipsExperts say that people with any respiratory viruses can worsen the situation for people who already have Asthma and the symptoms of Covid19 may be severe in such patients. Asthma patients who have contracted the Covid19 virus should continue with their prescribed medications per schedule to manage the attacks. As the symptoms of Covid19 and the virus can be somewhat similar it is best advised to continue using their inhalers, bronchodilators, nebulizers, etc.
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