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... Well, the cold air is officially here. Last night, I walked a short distance to my car and by the time I got in, I was having a cold air induced asthma attack. ... (3 replies)
... is a commonly used inhaler for exercise induced or cold air induced asthma attacks. I used it years ago when I studied martial arts and it was of great help. ... (6 replies)
... My asthma is under control. I also stay in cold area. Precautions may be necessary to avoid inhalation of cold air, such as wearing a special ski mask designed for this purpose. ... (23 replies)

... It is definitely possible to have asthma without wheezing. ... (10 replies)
... I know asthma can strike during childhood or as an adult. ... (19 replies)
... Well, I started on the steroids for my asthma flare today. A minimum of 5 days with enough in the prescription to go 17 days if needed. It is a tapering dose after the first 5 days. ... (3 replies)
... I am trying to determine if my son has excersise induced asthma. I am not really fond of my dr and it takes forever to get in, I would kind of like to have some "proof" or reason before I book an appointment. ... (9 replies)
... But, I heard that cold, dry air is bad and hot, humid air is good. I've never lived in a region with a hot, oppressive climate and have no idea how he will fare there. ... (11 replies)
... But, I heard that cold, dry air is bad and hot, humid air is good. I've never lived in a region with a hot, oppressive climate and have no idea how he will fare there. ... (11 replies)
... or some form of exercise induced asthma? ... (2 replies)
... ough I had when I was sick. It's not a productive mucusy cough. It's like when I exhale, I feel like I can't exhale completely and my lungs try to force out the air in the form of a cough, if that makes sense. ... (1 replies)
... Actually, it's both. We live in northern California, and all of our pools are outdoors. It can get pretty cold during the winter 25ish degrees, and the kids still swim. That's actually when I noticed it that my son was struggling with his breathing. ... (11 replies)
... I may have to sort of consciously breathe a little deep for a block or two but it's not a problem. The only time I have trouble is in the winter if it's really cold or the wind is blowing. Then I'll have to wear a bandana over my mouth to warm the cold air. But it works fine. ... (5 replies)
... she can't be in the cold at all. ... (3 replies)
... On the other hand, I find that I have the most difficulty with exercise in wintertime. Of course, when swimming in an indoor pool, the dry cold air outside is not a factor! ... (11 replies)
... They always put me on a pred taper. In my case it's a safety measure since pred affects me a lot. Perhaps your new doctor doesn't know that you can handle the heavier dosage for a short time without a taper. He's just being careful. (3 replies)
... Wish I could give you a clue but I have to avoid the prednisone as much as possible as it sends my BP skyrocketing.....and I already have BP issues and am on meds for it... (3 replies)
... I have cold-air induced asthma and I find that when i run in a really hot gym (especially now in the summer) I have no symptoms whatsoever (even running hard). I am not even on any meds for this. Maybe during the winter again my EIA will return! (8 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)
... conditioned area. Sometimes it is so bad neither my daily asthma meds nor my rescue inhaler will keep the wheezing away in these cases. ... (2 replies)


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