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Asthma is the most common chronic respiratory disease among children and young adults There are numerous triggers of asthma In the physical education field EIA exercise induced asthma is a very important disease to understand and help maintain stability Asthma is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing difficult During an attack the linings of the bronchial tubes become inflamed and irritated causing mucus production and the constriction of surrounding muscles These three factors cause a narrowing of the tubes blocking the amount of air into and out of the lungs This disease cannot be cured but control and treatment will lessen the severity and frequency of attacks The exact cause of asthma is unknown but has been found to run in families Persons with asthma may be supersensitive to many substances and environmental conditions that are normally harmless Common triggers are allergens pollen molds animal dander dust and dust mites as well as irritants smoke fumes and strong odors exercise stress and changes in weather and temperature Also a cold or flu certain drugs and food additives can be triggersThere are five classifications of asthma based on severity 5 Severe persistent which is when the symptoms are bad enough to limit daily activities frequent nighttime symptoms also occur This classification requires the most intensive treatment 4 Moderate persistent is when symptoms occur every day and or cause night symptoms several times a week 3 Mild persistent is when symptoms occur several times a week and or occasionally at night 2 Mild intermittent which is when the symptoms occur about twice a week or less Otherwise breathing is normal The last and least severe is exercise-induced asthma EIA which means that the symptoms are generally limited to periods of sustained physical activity When exercising vigorously for a few minutes or longer chest tightness coughing and wheezing will occur The symptoms can be relieved by a period of rest but can persist for a few minutes
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