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... when you are having fun its easy to ignore the wheezing, and to keep thinking that using the inhaler again and again will eventually kick in. ... (13 replies)
... but I still wheeze. I thought that if I weren't inhaling cigarette smoke then the wheezing would get better. ... (6 replies)
... but I still wheeze. I thought that if I weren't inhaling cigarette smoke then the wheezing would get better. ... (6 replies)

... mucus production and 2. tightened muscles around the airways. Albuterol helps the second one, by relaxing the muscles around the airways. ... (3 replies)
Smoking and Asthma
May 25, 2014
... For almost a year now, I've been on and off smoking. ... (4 replies)
... Is the wheezing noticed by you or a medical professional? ... (3 replies)
... I've been having slight wheezing that comes and goes for 2 months now. I quit smoking because of it. 2 chest xrays show clear lungs. ... (3 replies)
Nov 24, 2012
... a day for about 35 years. After stopping smoking my general health improved and I even got back into sporting ending up running about 10KM almost every day. ... (0 replies)
... Thank you Solaray. I guess I just thought that quitting smoking was going to be some kind a magic pill to make the asthma go away. Humidity, allergies and cold air also cause me to have an attack. ... (6 replies)
... will see me for an affordable price or like payments until i get a better paying job. i was just floored that it all came back after all these years after i quit smoking lol. just want to get something so im not waking up coughing and wheezing or not being able to sleep from the wheezing and then make my lungs less sensitive. ... (4 replies)
... CONGRATS on quiting smoking, its no easy thing. just keep reminding yourself that you damanged your lungs over a period of time and it will take time for them to clean out. You should actually get worse before better. ... (6 replies)
... I'm 41 years old and in good health. As long as I can remember, even as a child, I've had issues with wheezing and coughing, particularly after a cold, virus or exposure to some allergen. ... (4 replies)
... don't have that option as that combo is hard to find. I'd give it more least a month. I think it takes that long to see an improvement when you quit smoking and have no other issues. ... (6 replies)
... how. All I treated it with was a rescue inhaler. Never went for official tests or used a corticosteroid puffer. I got out of a toxic marriage in 2012, and within a couple months, my asthma went away...I got rid of the inhaler. So it seems it was caused or triggered by stress. ... (3 replies)
... I've always thought it was when I got a cold it'd usually go to my chest and I'd get bronchitis and this would bring on wheezing and general discomfort in breathing. I had Ventolin but never any preventative meds. It wasn't severe enough. I also never got actual asthma attacks. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry, I guess I misunderstood. I thought you actually had depression, or were worried that you did. Your posting sounded like it came from someone in pain and I wanted to be sure you knew that help was out there if you needed it. ... (13 replies)
... Many children typically outgrow asthma. If you are wheezing and coughing now it might just be from stopping smoking When I quit, I think I coughed up toenails for several weeks till my lungs cleared! ... (1 replies)
... Titchou, I am seeing an Immunologist. Specializing in Asthma and Allergies. ... (6 replies)
... This has been so hard and I could so easily pick up a ciggy but I won't. I'm waiting for the asthma to get better. The wheezing is better but I still have episodes of severe chest tightness and it feels like my air is being cut off. I guess it all takes time. ... (4 replies)
... I found your comment interesting. I am extremely sensitive to certain kinds of cigarette smoke, and it doesn't seem to depend the state of my Asthma at the time. ... (14 replies)

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