Usually, the first asthmaattacks occur during childhood or adolescence. However, on rare occasions can also occur in adulthood. Some shortcuts are produced for no apparent reason, but in many cases are triggered from allergicreactions to substances as diverse as pollen, dust, particulates from pet hair or spores of some fungi. Certain foods, beverages, preservatives and medicines such as aspirin, can also cause asthmaticresponses. But the most common trigger house dust, which is deposited the feces of certain microscopic mites that thrive particularly in warm and humid. Some people have asthma attacks after practicingsome vigorous exercise, irritant by inhalation, after certain infections, and even emotional or psychological disorders such as anxiety.
In very severe cases cyanosis occurs, . Alsopossible that your skin appears pale and intense perspiration and sticky. Asthma attacks can last from minutes to several hours, but as always begin an accumulation of secretions in the lungs, which often...