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Exercise & Asthma

Exercise is a common trigger for people with asthma, but using medication such as inhalers before you exercise can help.


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Transcript: Exercise commonly is a trigger for people with asthma. Occasionally that's the only trigger, but most folks with exercise problems in asthma it's just part of the overall allergy infection, small irritant type trigger systems.
Exercise doesn't make your lungs stronger. Typically exercise will set off the asthma unless you're under great control. There's a lot of medications that we can use to do this and the most common one is using the albuterol inhaler before you exercise.

Topics: Asthma

Mark Bubak, M.D.

About the Author: Mark Bubak, M.D.

Dr. Bubak is certified by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology to care for adults and children with asthma and allergies. He has been active in allergy research and education with special emphasis on new allergy testing and treatment methods. A South Dakota native, his medical degree is from the University of South Dakota School of Medicine, with Allergy and Internal Medicine fellowships at the Mayo Clinic.

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