Asthma Attack
Krystina Ostermeyer
Krystina Ostermeyer
October 22, 2018
An asthma attack is a sudden worsening of one's asthma symptoms which is caused by the muscles surrounding the airways to tighten due to bronchospasm. 

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5 Tips for Exercising With Asthma

We all know how important keeping healthy and being active is. Lynsey shares some tips with you on how to exercise if you have asthma.
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Learning to Safely Exercise While Coping With Asthma

If your disease is stable and you notice symptoms of asthma within 5 -10 minutes after you start working out, it might be exercise-induced asthma.
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How Exercise Can Improve Symptoms of Asthma

Physical activity is an important factor in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and has countless benefits for everyone including individuals with asthma.
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