Asthma- chronic respiratory disease that affects the inside walls of the airways. The airways become sore and swollen which makes them narrower, as a result, the lungs get less air.
Difficulty breathing , especially exhaling.
The doctor will need to give you a lung examination, as well as an allergy test, in order to determine whether or not you have asthma.
Pneumonia – an inflammatory disease in the lungs usually caused by infection with a virus or bacteria.
Difficult to breathe
Chronic Bronchitis- when mucus build up in bronchial tubes causes inflammation and tissue swelling.
Shortness of breath
The main causes of chronic bronchitis are smoking tobacco or inhaling other harmful substances over long periods of time.