Asthma and other respiratory problems can be difficult to handle. Their causes can be numerous and can stem from many different sources, depending on the symptoms that occur. For instance, sinusitis can cause a simple cold to lead to difficulty in breathing until the inflammation subsides and the sinuses drain themselves of congestion.
This creates problems when a person’s nasal passages are often correlated to lung disorders. An inflammation here can trigger a reflex, which is usually tied to allergies, and can cause asthma attacks and other breathing problems.
Symptoms of chronic or long-term breathing problems can also include:
- Runny nose
- Wheezing, shallow or labored breathing
- Nasal congestion
- Itchy or watery eyes
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