New free medical treatment available for asthma patients; patients are invited to log in

Air pollution, mould, domestic dust mites, tobacco smoke and various allergens are only the visible part of the iceberg when talking about the causes of bronchial asthma. Asthma is considered the largest epidemic threat of the future civilisation, as the risk of increasing air pollution is very high for any person living in the city. Bronchial asthma is a chronic respiratory disease characterised by long-term inflammation and bronchial mucous oedema and spasm, leading to a lack of jump breath and a strong cough that may occur and symptoms may seem to disappear, however the disease is progressive and the lesions are irreversible. This disease is very common and is affected by both children and adults.
The potential for asthma treatment is varied, but it is almost impossible and very difficult to treat asthma. Treatment is not easy because patients should live in a non-allergenic environment, which means that the treatment of this disease constitutes a patient's lifestyle – medication is necessary, it is prohibited to smoking, also passive smoking poses a risk to health, as well as the treatment of sport and healthy diet, and the avoidance of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin. There are also a large number of medicines available for asthma patients, but often the costs of treatment and medicines are high and patients do not have the ability to provide a high-quality treatment.
“Asthma is a very serious disease that might be the worst case of the future, as it is possible to inherit from parents. All patients are important to our clinic, but this time we want to help asthma patients. People themselves must take care and make use of the opportunities that modern medicine and the latest scientific discoveries can provide, but often too expensive and people cannot afford such care and medicines.“ Adoria ”wants to take care of asthma patients and show them that it is possible to improve their health. We have found funds to help a limited number of patients to provide this treatment free of charge to help improve the complicated daily lives of the patients, Dr. Arija Busmane, head of the health centre“ Adoria ”.
The health centre “Adoria” wants to provide support to asthma patients and to provide free treatment to people suffering from moderate asthma and using inhaled inhalation agents to reduce the symptoms and effects of the disease. For a limited number of patients, treatment and medication will be provided free of charge. All stakeholders are invited to sign up for Dr. Bushmanes by phone 29275401, working days from pl .12 – 15.

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