It’s about time to return to school. Classes, gym, sports, music, and friends await!
As all asthmatics know, it’s nice to have something that helps fix your shortness of breath, cough, wheezing, or chest tightness right away. Like many asthmatics, your albuterol inhaler, which helps relieve these symptoms, can quickly become your very best friend! But did you know that you can get too much of a good thing? Read more to learn why.
Asthma patients know all to well the suffering from being short of breath, having a tight chest and cough, and the wheezing noises. Why do these problems come and go? Can’t they just stay gone?
The term ‘trigger’ is often used for a reason that asthma gets worse. Triggers can be obvious but often are not. For instance, all asthmatics have certain genetic issues that set them up to have asthma to begin with. You can’t do anything about your DNA, but you can deal with the other things that affect your asthma! Let’s go through some of the most common asthma triggers.