Best Asthma Specialist in Jaipur

Dr. Rahul Mathur

Associate Consultant - Internal Medicine
MD (Gold Medalist)

Dr. Rahul Mathur is one of the pioneer asthma specialists in Jaipur, providing advanced treatment of asthma and allergies with With maximum success rate in minimum time.

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Asthma Specialist in Jaipur

Asthma is an inflammatory disease of the airways to the lungs. It makes breathing difficult and can make some physical activities difficult or even impossible. Dr. Rahul Mathur is an asthma specialist in Jaipur, Mumbai with more than 9+ years of experience. To understand asthma, you need to understand a little about what happens when you breathe.

Normally, with every breath you take, air goes through your nose and down into your throat, into your airways, eventually making it to your lungs. There are lots of small air passages in your lungs that help deliver oxygen from the air into your bloodstream.

Asthma symptoms occur when the lining of your airways swells and the muscles around them tighten. The mucus then fills the airways, further reducing the amount of air that can pass through. These conditions then bring on asthma “attack,” the coughing and tightness in your chest that is typical of asthma.


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Dr. Rahul Mathur

PGD Internal Medicine (UK)

MD (Gold Medalist)

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Dr. Rahul Mathur

(MD Gold Medalist)
General Physician In Jaipur

Dr. Rahul Mathur is the most experienced asthma specialist in Jaipur. He has more than 9+ years of experience in this field and provides advanced treatment of asthma, allergy, fever, diabetes, headache/migraine, etc. Dr. Rahul Mathur has undergone International Training in Internal Medicine from the United Kingdom. Currently, he is working at CK Birla Hospital RBH, Jaipur as an Associate Consultant - Internal Medicine.

Dr. Rahul Mathur: Best General Physician in Jaipur provides the best treatment for:

Medical Facilities For Asthma Patients

  • सांस लेने में कठिनाई का बेहतरीन इलाज।
  • बहुत तेज खांसी का इलाज (खासकर रात मेंआने वाली खासी)
  • सीने में जकड़न और दर्द का सुद्रृढ़ इलाज।
  • व्यायाम के दौरान या हंसते समय खासी का सफल इलाज।
  • बलगम वाली खांसी या सूखी खांसी का इलाज।
  • जोर-जोर से सांस लेना, जिस कारण से थकान महसूस होना का सफल इलाज।

Asthma Symptoms

Asthma Symptoms in Hindi can vary from person to person. If you have frequent asthma attacks, these symptoms may occur only for a short time – such as when exercising – or they may appear all the time.

  • Shortness Of Breath.
  • Coughing, especially at night.
  • Wheezing (a whistling sound in your chest when breathing, especially when exhaling).
  • Difficulty Breathing.
  • Coughing during exercise or While laughing.
  • Chest tightness and pain.

Causes of Asthma

Air Pollution

Many things outside can cause an asthma attack. Air pollution includes factory emissions, car exhaust, wildfire smoke, and more.

Covid 19
Dust Mites

You may not see these insects, but they are in our homes. If you are allergic to dust mites, it can trigger an asthma attack.

Viral Infection/Fever

For some people, exercising can cause an attack.


Damp places can grow mildew, which can be a problem if you have asthma. You don't even need to be allergic to mold to have an attack.


Your pets can cause asthma attacks. If you’re allergic to pet dander (dried skin flakes), breathing in the dander can irritate your airways.

High/Low BP
Strong chemicals or smells

These things can trigger attacks in some people.

Certain occupational exposures

You may come into contact with many things at your job, including cleaning products, dust from flour or wood, or other chemicals. All of these can be triggers if you have asthma.

Asthma & Allergy
Tobacco Smoke

If you or someone in your household smokes, you have a higher risk of developing asthma.

Best Asthma Treatment in Jaipur

Treatments for asthma fall into three primary categories: breathing exercises, rescue or first aid treatments, and long-term asthma control medications. Dr. Rahul Mathur, an Asthma specialist in Jaipur, Rajasthan will determine the right treatment or combination of treatments for you based on the type of asthma you have, your age, and your triggers.

When To See an Asthma Specialist?

Severe asthma attacks can put your life at risk. Consult with your physician doctor to determine what to do if your signs and symptoms get worse and when you need emergency treatment. The emergency symptoms of asthma include –

  • सांस लेने में तकलीफ या घरघराहट होना
  • त्वरित राहत इनहेलर (Quick-Relief Inhaler) का उपयोग करने के बाद भी कोई सुधार नहीं होना
  • कम से कम शारीरिक गतिविधि करने पर भी सांस की तकलीफ होना

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There are many things that you can do to help prevent the worsening of your asthma and an asthma attack. Some of the most important are:
  • Minimize asthma triggers
  • Take your asthma medicine
  • Quit Smoking

If you suspect that you may have allergies as a trigger for your asthma, ask your physician doctor to refer you to a board-certified allergist who can perform skin testing or any other procedures needed to properly identify your allergies.

Children who have allergies to elements of the environment such as pollen, animals, mold, dust, and food are more likely to have asthma. Asthma is more likely to develop in children who were born prematurely.

Yes. Asthma is a chronic (long-term) disease that causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways. Some degree of inflammation is usually present, even at times when you are unaware of any symptoms.

Some causes of symptoms (triggers) are common to all people with asthma, and some are more individual especially allergens. There are very big differences between people in how easily and how severely they react. The severity of the symptoms or an attack can differ in the same person at different times, and treatment can also be more or less effective. Your asthma does not stay the same, but changes over time, and every person with asthma has good days and bad days (or longer periods). However, if asthma is properly treated, there can also be long periods without symptoms or attacks.

Yes, sudden weather changes (e.g. cold winds, humidity, and storms) can trigger asthma in some people. Some of these sudden changes can cause the release of allergens, such as pollen, which can make asthma worse in people whose asthma is allergy-related. Cold air can also have a direct irritant effect on inflamed airways.

Asthma is a long-term (chronic) disease, and the tendency to develop asthma symptoms is probably life-long. In some children, symptoms only appear intermittently. Also, some children with mild asthma will have no symptoms by the time they reach their mid-teens.