Snowylynne is right, it depends on which climate works better for YOU. If you feel more short of breath in humid weather, avoid states or environments that are moist. However if dry heat bothers, stay away from the desert etc. There are so many different triggers for asthma that everyone is different as how they respond to different things.
Left sided Uc since '92 - meds - Colazal, Canasa (when needed), 6MP (50-75mgs), Forvia, Biotin (IN REMISSION - sort of!)
Secondary Raynauds Syndrome '04 - meds - Norvasc
Fibromyalgia '06 - no meds
Severe seasonal allergies - meds - Allegra
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