Long Term Asthma Solutions in Atlanta GA

Long Term Asthma Solutions in Atlanta GA

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Asthma Solutions Near Me in Atlanta GA
Asthma Solutions Near Me in Atlanta GA

Table of Contents:

Are there any new treatments for asthma?
How do you treat asthma without steroids?
What is the strongest asthma treatment?
Where should I go for asthma treatment in Atlanta?

Are there any new treatments for asthma?


Biologic therapies are the newest form of asthma therapies on the market. Biologics operates by targeting specific molecules in the asthma inflammatory process with injectable medication including omalizumab, dupilumab, mepolizumab, benralizumab, and reslizumab, among others. The medication used for treatment is dependent on the type of asthma, and your asthma specialist can provide you with the right one for your unique case.

Allergic asthma (asthma triggered by exposure to allergens) is treated with Omalizumab and the other biologic drugs are used to treat asthma in patients with a large number of white blood cells called eosinophils. Biologic therapies are used to treat severe asthmatics that have not responded to maximum doses of other controllers such as inhaled corticosteroids, long-acting bronchodilators, and leukotriene inhibitors.

How do you treat asthma without steroids?


For asthmatics who choose to avoid steroids as a form of treatment, the symptoms and effects of asthma can be limited naturally through lifestyle changes. Through exercise, patients can increase lung function and lung capacity, making breathing easier. They may turn to a healthy diet which will contribute to greater nutrition and weight loss, alleviating asthma symptoms. Stress and anxiety often contribute to breathing distress and making lifestyle changes that include meditation may help. Altering your breathing method or performing breathing exercises to combat improper breathing habits such as breathing too heavily and mouth breathing, can alleviate asthma symptoms.

Immunotherapy is a popular alternative treatment available for asthma or allergies, although it is often used in conjunction with medication. Immunotherapy is effective at reducing or eliminating allergic symptoms in the majority of patients. Most patients experience steady and significant improvements within 6 to 12 months after starting treatment. Some patients even report relief after only a few weeks. Immunotherapy is available at the Allergy and Asthma Center in Atlanta.

Patients learn to live and thrive with their asthma and allergies through treatment and coping techniques learned at the Allergy and Asthma Center. At the Allergy and Asthma Center, board-certified allergists work with patients to determine what their triggers are and how to avoid them. The staff works with the patients, and their “coach”, to develop a plan to deal with triggers and symptoms. Action plans are worked out with patients to take a proactive approach to live with allergies or asthma, whether that is a steroid-based approach or an alternative. Allergy specialists are always working to maintain a patients’ “quality of life” and to enable and encourage an active and healthy life.

What is the strongest asthma treatment?


Asthma specialists recommend “spacers,” or holding chambers, for patients as a secret weapon to make all of their asthma medication more effective. Contrary to popular belief spacers are not only for children, they can be highly effective for adults with asthma as well. Most patients using metered-dose-inhalers (MDIs) can benefit from the use of spacers as spacers make medications delivered by MDIs more effective.

Without “spacers”, MDI medication is often used improperly, and a great deal of medication goes to waste. In order to use an MDI patients must coordinate no less than 5 steps (breathe out, push the button, breathe in, hold your breath, exhale) while ensuring the medication has not run out. A spacer holds medication in place and ensures medication is delivered effectively.

Where should I go for asthma treatment in Atlanta?


The Allergy and Asthma Center in Atlanta helps families find relief from allergies and asthma, offering a professional and safe environment. Dr. Jon E. Stahlman, MD, and the team at the Allergy and Asthma Center diagnose and treat patients to help them live healthy and active lives. They offer a family-friendly clinic servicing patients of all ages located in central Atlanta. The Allergy and Asthma Center doctors and allergy specialists have years of experience providing an accurate diagnoses, effective treatment plans, and offering flexible hours. We serve patients from Lawrenceville GA, Atlanta GA, Conyers GA, Suwanee GA, Duluth GA, Grayson GA, Decatur GA, Brookhaven GA, Lithonia GA and Covington GA.

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Lawrenceville, GA

  • 565 Old Norcross Rd. Lawrenceville, GA, 30046
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Atlanta, GA

  • 2987 Clairmont Road, Suite 130 Atlanta, GA, 30329
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Conyers, GA

  • 1755 Parker Rd, Suite A120 Conyers, GA, 30094
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