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... fine disposable filter and a humidifier with variable humidity settings. I wake up feeling great because of the filtered and humidified air. ... (37 replies)
... ter, and my fever of 99.1 seems to come and go and come back again. I'm trying to keep the house pretty warm because I know that cool air isn't good and I have a humidifier on at night. My nose and ears are so clogged up but when I blow my nose, it's clear. When I cough, the phlegm is yellow so I'm not sure what's going on. ... (4 replies)
... Yes. Antihistimes can be drying. I was on them daily for about 15 years. I just make sure to drink tons of water throughout the day. I also use a humidifier a lot. There are some great nasal saline sprays and gels out there as well to help if your nasal passages get dry. ... (10 replies)

... bring her small, light meals that will be easy to swallow and digest. Not too much fat. Make sure the air around her is as healthy as possible. Ask whether a humidifier would help. ... (3 replies)
... ly what is happening. Rescue inhalers are powerful and lose their effectiveness if taken too much. Dogs and any pillow containing down should be removed. Ge some humidifier for moisture. It helps us asthmatics. Also look into a hepa filter. They help clean the air in a room and remove dust and crap in the air. ... (12 replies)
... Humdifer is good. Moisture always helped me. Look into the hepatitis filter. It takes all the junk out of the air. Little things people can't see. Like dust. It has helped me. Also some climates are better than others. I was bad in the Midwest. And great in California. The triggers are the thing. Keep it a clean and use the hepa and the humidifier. I'll be pulled for the... (15 replies)
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... Yes I will look into that because they have not figure out what triggers it.Just treating it like you said. I do use a humidifier but not always, and he's not around any animals, smoking, and mold. I do have someone coming to check out my basement for mold just in case. ... (15 replies)
... I've had asthma my whole life. Even had some close class with attacks. ... (15 replies)
Asthma or not
Mar 5, 2011
... Definitely, dry air is bad, and maybe sleeping with a humidifier can help. If outdoor air seems to trigger the cough, try covering your face with a scarf when you go out. ... (24 replies)
Asthma or not
Mar 5, 2011
... I'm not sure what strength of Advair I was on...I ran out a few days ago and threw out the purple thingy. Doc said he didn't want me on Advair permanently tho, cuz of the 'long-acting beta2-adrenergic receptor agonist drug' that's in it..."could cause premature death in ppl with asthma, cuz it can cause heart palpitations". This is the first time I was told I had asthma. ... (24 replies)
... I assume you keep your face covered outside. Have you tried a humidifier in the house? ... (1 replies)
... Last year during a severe asthma period, my pulmonoligist said to start using a humidifier at night. ... (43 replies)
... I'm curious about the humidity thing too. I developed my asthma after I moved to Utah and developed major allergies. ... (43 replies)
... no real asthma dramas, it was as if this pesky ailment had disappeared for good. ... (1 replies)
... ntly exposed. The many attempts to calm the cough with oral and inhaled steriods of various kinds may be weakening my immune system. I have an air purifier and humidifier and nebulizer that I use everyday. I was doing better until the next virus hit. This is the 4th one since Sept. ... (43 replies)
... Oh, and I bought a humidifier today. Will let you know how that works out. ... (43 replies)
... at the first sign of a cold. The asthma doesn't usually kick in until 2 or 3 days after his cold starts. Now that he has started kindergarten, he's catching something every couple of weeks it seems. ... (10 replies)
... ny. Colds and respiratory infections are a common trigger of asthma attacks. ... (10 replies)
... Humidity causes asthma to act up (specifically allergic asthma) because there are more moisture particles in the air. When there is more moisture, the moisture carries mold, dust, other particles so they are kind-of hovering all over. This makes it more likely for us to breathe in the things we are allergic to. (7 replies)


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