Allergy is the leading cause of asthma. Symptoms occur in different seasons. Symptoms of running nose, hay fever, skin conditions and raised eosinophils (white blood cells) are very common symptoms of allergic asthma. Wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath and chest tightness are also the specific symptoms of allergic asthma.
The symptoms of asthma may vary among the people. Usually there is a scratchy throat, tightness in chest, cough, wheezing and shortness of breath. Extreme difficulty in breathing, walking and even talking. The nostrils flares on breathing. Allergy is likely to be the contributing factor of asthma, if you have close relatives with this allergy i.e. mother, father, sister, brother, aunt, uncle or child. Allergic patients develop the symptoms of running nose, hay fever, skin conditions and raised eosinophilia. Asthma is the chronic condition of the lungs and is characterized by difficult breathing. Finger nails or lips, turns gray or blue. Difficult to walk and talk and even extreme difficult breathing. Increased air pollution is also one of the alarming factors of bronchial asthma.