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Allergic Dyspnea:

Allergic Dyspnea is a debilitating, extreme shortness of breath or other unpleasant or uncomfortable respiratory sensations caused by an allergen.

Treatment:

Treatment for Allergic Dyspnea varies. The most effective treatment is avoidance of the allergen that causes the Allergic Dyspnea. One treatment approach is the use of intravenous or oral immediate-release opioids. Less common is the use of extended release morphine, midazolam in combination with morphine, nebulised opioids, gas mixtures and cognitive-behavioral therapy (there is less medical evidence that this is an effective treatment for breathlessness).

Recovery from Allergic Dyspnea Treatment:

Preventing Allergic Dyspnea is the most effective long term treatment, but to avoid discomfort and pain treatment should be given immediately when the condition presents itself.