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Exercise Induced Asthma & 4 Ways to Minimize Your Symptoms

Updated on November 5, 2012
Here are 4 ways you can reduce exercise induced asthma.
Here are 4 ways you can reduce exercise induced asthma.

4 Ways to Reduce Exercise Induced Asthma

No one knows exactly what causes exercise induced Asthma, partly because the cause varies from person to person.

Exercise Induced Asthma is a term used to describe the 'bronchospasm' (technical term) that is brought on by exercise for some Asthma sufferers. Bronchospasm is the medical term used to describe the airway constriction that Asthma sufferers experience. There are many factors that can induce Asthma during exercise. Some of them are:

  • Dry Air
  • Cold Air
  • Air Pollution, Smoke, and Smog
  • Allergies

If you experience Exercise Induced Asthma, an inhaler will usually deal with the problem in the moment. But if you want a long-term solution to your Exercise Induced Asthma, you may want to consider some natural strategies for reducing your sensitivity. Exercise should be part of a Natural approach to reducing Asthma attacks. Research at the Geilomo Hospital in Norway demonstrated that a combination of mountain air, altitude, and frequent aerobic exercise can dramatically improve lung function in Asthma sufferers. So, even though you may suffer from Asthma inducement in the moment, finding ways to continue to exercise is important for improving your long-term health.
Some of the variables to consider when developing an Exercise program that accommodates your Exercise Induced Asthma:

  1. Eliminate/Reduce Air Pollution as much as Possible
  2. Start with Aerobic exercises that are less likely to trigger your Asthma
  3. Drink water to keep your throat moist
  4. Exercise in a temperature controlled environment

As always, review your specific case of Asthma with a doctor and develop a plan fitted to your capabilities.

Austin Air Healthmate - This is the best HEPA filtration for removing particles from the air so you don't breath it in when you are exercising.

Fresh Air Surround - This is a great system for removing pollution from the air before and while you are exercising


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