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Exercise-induced Asthma

By February 21, 2008 - 2:36pm
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Are you or a loved one affected by exercise-induced asthma?

It seems as though exercising, especially aerobic exercise in cold weather and dry air (winter!), can be a cause for narrowing or inflamed airways (that cause asthma symptoms).

According to the Mayo Clinic, you may not know that you have exercise-induced asthma, and think that after exercising or exerting yourself that it is normal to cough, wheeze or have chest pain/tightness. (If you have any of these symptoms, it is recommended that you talk with your doctor). Do any of you experience these symptoms after exercising?

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