Asthma
By Brayden

Ok so guess. Its a chronic worldwide disease. its in the united states, Its in Missouri, its even in the school. Cant figure it out? read on.

Introduction

Did you guess right? Well if you didn't, Asthma. You may be wondering. What is asthma? Read on.

What is asthma?

Asthma is disease. You probably knew that. Though, unlike other diseases it is not contagious. That's the good news. Asthma infects the airways  making a mucus covered thick wall making it hard to breath. The bad news is it is Lethal,  And has no cure.

Symptoms

Coughing, Wheezing,Feeling Tired, Changes in lung function, Asthma attack, colds, trouble sleeping, easily grouchy or moody, chest pain, rapid breathing, pale sweaty face difficulty talking, fatigue,anxiety, and difficulty concentrating. And about 15  other things. Whoa.

How to treat it

If you are wondering how to treat it. We asthmatics, We use inhalers.(Look at picture)
(Or you can use a less cool version by using pills). A inhaler is a plastic cartridge with a tiny metal bottle that squirts out medicine in a mist form.

Facts about asthma

In 2013 Asthma costed 50 billion in healthcare.1 in 5 kids in the United States has asthma. 8 Million people in America have asthma.

Conclusion

So as you can tell. asthma is not fun to have. Now that you have read facts how to take care of it symptoms and what it is you probably don't want asthma.

Vocabulary

1 Chronic Something long term

2 Symptoms Things that happen to you when you have a disease

Comment Stream

2 years ago
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when you said can't you have to put this '😱 😱

2 years ago
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try not to put "read on" so much.But besides that you did a good job.

2 years ago
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👍 👍