“Asthma” Posts

From shortness of breathe to tightness in the chest, asthma can be debilitating. In these posts and throughout our website, we offer guidance and information on how to overcome your asthma challenges. Prevention, recognition, and planning are all part of addressing your airway concerns effectively.

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How Chronic Sinusitis is Impacting Your Work Performance

At BreatheAmerica, we are no strangers to the impact chronic sinusitis makes on your day-to-day life. We’ve made our mark on this industry by providing life changing results for patients that follow our customized, gradual treatment plans (hear a first-hand account right here!). Sadly, people often don’t seek treatment until their symptoms have become completely […]

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Socialize With Us!

At BreatheAmerica, we care about your overall health, so we take every opportunity possible to interact with our patients, families of patients, prospective patients, and employees! We make it a priority to make ourselves available to you, wherever you like to get news and interesting information. That’s why you can find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, […]

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Maximize Spring Cleaning by Targeting the WORST Allergen Offenders

Do you have a spring cleaning routine? Baseboards, ceiling fans, blinds, closet and pantry organization—the works? This year, you should amp up your routine by targeting the areas of your home that you may not even know are causing your allergy and asthma symptoms. Tackle these areas first: Dust Traps You’d be surprised at all […]

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Reclaim Spring from Seasonal Allergies

Spring is in bloom, but for those with seasonal allergies, it feels more like a beauty to behold from behind glass because of all the pollen in the air. At BreatheAmerica, we don’t want you to feel trapped inside this spring! Let us show you how to reclaim spring from allergies and enjoy this glorious […]

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Winter Worries: Allergies or Cold?

Want to take a quick quiz? You are a doctor seeing a patient who complains of coughing, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy or watery eyes. Do you diagnose cold, flu, or allergies? One billion people suffer from colds each year, and more than 50 million Americans suffer from environmental allergies, so if you determined you […]

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Resolve to Relieve your Worst Symptoms in 2016

New Year’s Resolutions once again have many of us dragging to the gym, downloading apps that promise to get us into shape or on top of our schedules, but the best plans can get derailed when your allergies or asthma gets in the way. Resolve to keep your worst symptoms in check this year, and […]

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Your First Visit

We talk a lot about “The BreatheAmerica Difference”, but if you have yet to visit one of our clinics in person, you may not know exactly what that means. So let’s assume you’re looking to finally get some relief from your bad allergies or sinus pain. Congratulations for taking the vital first step of choosing […]

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Putting Patients First

My name is Holly, and I work with BreatheAmerica Shreveport as a Medical Assistant. Working with BreatheAmerica has been a wonderful experience for me. My coworkers are always willing to help and I feel a huge sense of accomplishment when a patient leaves our clinic satisfied with an understanding of their illness and treatment options. The […]

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Are you using your metered-dose inhaler correctly?

Metered-dose inhalers (MDI) look simple enough — just press the button for relief, right? Maybe not. If you have any questions about your MDI you may not be utilizing it correctly. Often, we see patients in our clinic who believe their medication is not helping relieve their symptoms, when the real problem is that their […]

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Types of Asthma

Do you know what type of asthma you have? Knowing the difference not only affects your treatment but can also determine what, if any, triggering factors you can eliminate from your daily life, helping YOU breathe better. An estimated 25.9 million people suffer from asthma in the United States, and despite prevailing stereotypes, they’re not […]

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