One of our neighbours seems to be smoking on their balcony about once an hour, throughout the whole evening and night (so the only time we can air out the flat in hopes of cooling it down some). The air right now is humid and hardly moves, so any smoke that filters into our flat stays for a while before it is aired out again.
Also, smoke is one of my asthma triggers.
So yeah, guess who did not go to sleep this morning because they apparently inhaled too much smoke throughout the night? Got the whole programme, too: chest hurts and scratches, feels tight, I'm wheezing, and my breathing feels very strenuous and labored. Everything that are my typical symptoms for asthma attacks induced by inhaling too much smoke over time (too much all at once cause coughing in addition).
I fucking hate smokers! Also, I'm exhausted as I should be sleeping right now instead of treating an asthma attack...
I have the Proair HFA and its at 150 puffs left, but when I use it pretty much nothing comes out until I let go of it then a little bit does. Its so frustrating spending so much money on these for this to happen. I couldn't locate the manufacturers number either.
I got diagnosed with asthma a few weeks ago, so I'm still learning about asthma and trying to identify my triggers.
外围体育投注I got back to my parents' house and they just adopted this long-haired cat. I know that cats hair and dander are one of common asthma triggers. It have been a week since I got here, I pet and cuddle him everyday and my asthma didn't flare-up once cause of them.
外围体育投注Does it mean that cats hair is not one of my trigger? But If I keep exposed to cat's fur for a long time, can it be one of my triggers?
Albuterol is the gold standard for exercise induced asthma.
Because of my other illness, walking is exercise for me. Easily short of breath and heavy chest. Running errands or walking around the store.
外围体育投注Symbicort doesn't help like Albuterol. Symbicort is a long lasting bronchodilator, which I thought would work better than Albuterol.
Anybody else doctor prescribe them Albuterol everyday?
外围体育投注I am a boxer who wants to persue the sport but have asthma but it's no where near severe ore even mild but have it never the less. When I was younger running in the cold was a little tougher (to breathe) but currently it's not hard at all and in 9th grade I run a sub 6 min mile (Currently senior). I would obviously be exhausted but I can't tell if it's because I ran the mile or because of asthma. I almost never used my inhaler even after high intense workouts/cardio. I would just use it to use it, if I ever did. My question is if I just decide to not use my inhaler again will I benefit more than if I continued to rely on it. My thought process is that my body will adapt to not having one but this is not based on any science.