What happens during an attack?

    Monday, 18 April 2011 00:00  Blog

During an attack, the air passages become swollen and narrow and produces a thick mucous. At the same time, the muscles around the airways become tight. The tightening of the muscles, called bronchospasm, causes the airways to become even narrower.

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