Taking into account the factors causing the development of the disease or responsible for its exacerbations, three basic forms of asthma are distinguished.
Ailments intensify due to contact with the allergen. In the majority of children, asthma is allergic, whereas in adults, the purely allergic form of asthma is much less common.
This is the form of asthma in which the severity of symptoms occurs as a result of bronchial infection or as a result of physical work. Dyspnea increases as a result of faster breathing. Exercise asthma is also common in children.
It is a form of asthma seen in the vast majority of adult patients. The severity of the symptoms occurs both after contact with the allergen and during bronchitis or strenuous exercise.