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... I'm curious on peoples experiences with Asthma and Humidity levels. ... (6 replies)
... I'm curious about the humidity thing too. I developed my asthma after I moved to Utah and developed major allergies. ... (43 replies)
... I have had asthma for about 6ish months started with the cold dry air, after that went away it cleared up. ... (6 replies)

... I was so afraid of chest tightness and of getting a bad asthma attack. From October to December I was on sick leave from work...due more to the anxiety. I never strayed far from my apartment. ... (11 replies)
... It could be the humidity afterall. Allergic reactions are often caused by cumulative encounters with allergens. Let's say that your allergy threshhold is 90. ... (7 replies)
... There may also be other irritants in the air in the dorm building. Through shared ventilation systems, you might be breathing tobacco residue or perfumes or incense. I don't have allergies, but I'm very sensitive to particles in the air--any kind of smoke residue, even steam and humidity. Although I hadn't been diagnosed with asthma yet when I lived in a smokey,... (4 replies)
... I was not diagnosed with asthma until I was about 40, all my life I had suffered with allergies and had bronchitis a lot. ... (6 replies)
... Sadly having both parents in or have been in the medical field they always tell me that I'm obsessing so over the years I have become afraid to bring up specialists afraid of getting an overreacting result. I still live with them even though I'm 25 and can make my own decisions. I think they think I obsess because I do my own research, because I want to know what the doctor is... (14 replies)
... o, as horses could even be a possibility. Also, pick up an oxygen saturation meter for your fingertip, available at most drugstores, so you can check your oxygen level when you are having an attack. It should be over 96 if at sea level, 94 or over if at high altitude, like 5000 ft or above. ... (14 replies)
... Good question, not dumb. You are just planning ahead. When you have bad asthma like we do, it is natural to be worried about triggering attacks. ... (3 replies)

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