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... I alost get this cough that i hear people with asthma do on a regular basis. ... (2 replies)
... tonsils and adenoids because he also had sleep apnea and teeth grinding. They both came out last spring and the only thing better is the sleep apnea. He plays hockey in the fall and winter and baseball in the spring, he is not out of shape but one good run around the bases and he is very loudly huffing and puffing. ... (9 replies)
... Blair Betts and Ryan Hollweg of the New York Rangers both have had asthma since their childhood. As an asthmatic Ranger fan I was pleasantly surprised to learn not one but two members of the team have asthma. ... (4 replies)

... Have you seen a pulmonologist? Do you actually have asthma - or some form of exercise induced asthma? It could be a combination of the cold air of the ice arena and EIA. The rescue inhaler (usually albuterol or ventolin) will make your heart race as it is an upper. However, if used BEFORE you begin playing, the symptoms should subside once you are skating. The standard... (2 replies)
Asthma & Sports
Aug 8, 2005
... I play Box Lacrosse (indoor on a de-iced hockey rink); some days are better than others, but I play hard no matter what. I think exercise can only help asthma, if a person is able... Y. :bouncing: (9 replies)
Asthma & Sports
Aug 8, 2005
... Hi yashkandaets, Thank you for your reply, nice to meet you. Playing Box Lacrosse (indoor on a de-iced hockey rink) would be so much fun. How long have you been playing it for? Is it an all year round sport? I have never heard of that sport before. (9 replies)
... and he plays college hockey. He uses an inhaler, but his doctor also told him to avoid carbs...something about the carbs increasing his chance of an asthma attack. And guess what? ... (8 replies)
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May 7, 2003
... hey, i had asthma for 10years now, the dr said I had asthma when I was 3. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am having new problems with asthma. I am 48, and had exercise induced, broncial asthma in high school. I learned how to control it by monitoring my breathing, and slowing down for a bit. ... (3 replies)
... My son loved hockey also, I must say it is even my favorite sport. ... (8 replies)
... My son played hockey for many years and I am sure your son loves it too, but he may not be able to play. Ask your doctor. ... (8 replies)
... that wsnt the case however and it is now more exercise related. he does play hockey but restricts alot of things due to breathing difficulties.after 12 years i finally convinced a gp to refer him to a specialist. ... (17 replies)
... Dittoe what the above person said. My son has this too///best of luck! Get yourself taken care of. (2 replies)
... years and have generic markets. Your rule of thumb isn't a rule of thumb... it's a rule of thumb and broomstick and hockey stick and twig and .5 dowel. All generic means is that the patent ran out and the company chose to sell the patent to other companies. ... (4 replies)


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