It is important to identify and treat asthma in children. Pollution, mold, and other factors have resulted in an increase in childhood asthma, making it one of the most common chronic childhood disorders. Keeping children’s asthma-related inflammation at bay during their formative years, when their airways are still small, is critical. Doing so can help avoid future health risks that are associated with asthma, including high blood pressure and heart disease. It is important to note any reactions that may be signs of asthma in children, such as wheezing, tightness of the chest, and shortness of breath. Identifying childhood asthma and any accompanying triggers are the first steps to proper health management.

P.S.  Since young children cannot independently manage their asthma, parents play a crucial role.

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