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... I was just wondering if anybody else has this problem and if they have any suggestions. I am on advair, which helps a lot, and I rarely have asthma attacks at all. But occassionally I'll have one while I am asleep at night. I sort of half wake up and have really crazy dreams. ... (1 replies)
... I have some strange asthma dreams too.. wake up feeling like I can't breathe but i'm not sure if i'm awake or really having problems? ... (1 replies)
... congested. The drainage from my sinuses when it's really bad triggers my asthma and hence, a bad coughing asthma attack. ... (6 replies)

... no real asthma dramas, it was as if this pesky ailment had disappeared for good. ... (1 replies)
... I had exercise induced asthma when I was younger to now. ... (2 replies)
... Hello...this is my first time posting as I am a new member. Some backround first before I ask my questions. I had childhood asthma then "outgrew" it later on. I was very athletic in high school and college and all my life. Became an insulin dependent diabetic and presently on the pump. ... (12 replies)
... Just wondering, why did you take a Xanax? Anyway, anxiety meds make you sleepy, correct? I'm thinking that maybe because some anxiety meds are tranquilizers, the Xanax sedated you, and when it sedated you, it also sedated your cough reflex, meaning that it couldn't sense anything in your lungs and that's why you had so much mucus. ^ Does that make any sense? I'll try to... (2 replies)
... My asthma has been quite good lately, and I was therefore wondering if this could have been caused my the xanax? ... (2 replies)
Is this asthma?
Apr 30, 2013
... My concern used to be the once a month where I would inhale my own vomit while sleeping and wake up choking on it. I figured that would eventually kill me or lead to fibrosis or something. ... (15 replies)
... Does this sound like asthma or just residual cold symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... Some people have more difficulty with asthma while sleeping so maybe that is part of why it is recommended for evening. ... (8 replies)
Asthma issues
May 13, 2012
... ngested but not as bad as the day before. I still feel worn out and am still taking it easy. I sleep with my head raised which seems to help me not cough as much while sleeping. I'm getting allergy testing done on Wednesday. I carry an epi pen because of a severe anaphylactic reaction to pecans and strawberries in the past. ... (40 replies)
... symptoms during the day: congested all the time cough stuffed nose mouth breather constipated stomach aches discolored bowel movements (white/tan/brown) Night symptoms: (266 replies)
Nov 28, 2007
... about 6 years ago One night I woke up and I was wheezing really bad, didnt feel I could breathe And so I went to the ER room, They told me it sounded as if I had asthma they perscribed two inhalers, one of which was I believe was a steroid, and the other Abuterol I believe it was called. ... (0 replies)
Jul 6, 2005
... I've had asthma for decades. I try not to laugh for the same reasons as you experiened. Laughing brings on asthma in many asthmatics. ... (2 replies)
... So my asthma is not well controlled. And right now, it's out of control. ... (3 replies)
... gurd or what ever it's called... So, we're trying singulair for a little while then doing the breathing test again to see if numbers are better. ... (10 replies)
... years. Up to now, I thought I knew what my asthma symptoms were. I have done a lot of reading up on asthma over the years and thought I knew what I was watching for. ... (15 replies)
Jul 5, 2005
... thought a drink of water would solve the problem so I spun my car around and drove to the nearest gas station where my friend ran in to get me a bottled water. While she was in there I began to breathe really fast...but it seemed like no matter how fast I could breathe, there was not much air getting in. ... (2 replies)
... There are many, many allergens and irritants that can make someone's asthma difficult to manage. In order to get yours under control you need to start removing as many of those irritants from your environment as possible. ... (10 replies)

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