Allergies and Asthma

Clinical Studies for Asthma and Allergies Sufferers

Moblile Alert

Though many may think of asthma and allergies as minor annoyances, those who suffer from serious forms of these conditions know that they can be debilitating or life-threatening. Even for those cases that aren’t severe, prolonged allergies or frequent occurrences of even mild asthma attacks can disrupt daily life.

Asthma and allergy medications currently exist to help keep symptoms, such as wheezing, coughing and runny eyes under control. In the case of allergies, the best treatment so far is simple avoidance of the substance triggering the attack. While these treatments allow many people to manage their conditions sufficiently, there is still a need to investigate alternative treatment options and new asthma and allergy medications.

Allergy and Asthma Treatment Developments

In terms of allergy treatment, scientists and researchers are always looking for new medications to treat allergies more effectively. Clinical trials are also being conducted into possible treatments that may be able to suppress certain types of allergies, such as food allergies, altogether.

Just as with allergies, much emphasis is being placed on the development and testing of new asthma drugs. However, some trials are also investigating the effects of asthma education as a means of helping patients better control the disease. It’s believed that greater understanding of asthma triggers and attacks on the parts of patients (plus parents and teachers in the case of childhood asthma) may help limit the impact of the condition on daily life.

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