Which is a greater trigger of asthma: dust or sub-freezing temperatures?
I had asthma as a child and I can honestly say it really doesn't matter. An asthma attack can be triggered just by over excitement and one starts to hyperventilate. Yes, dust and extreme temperatures do affect it but it can be triggered by almost anything.
Sub freezing temperatures definitely trigger my asthma a little more than dust, but both of those trigger it.
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