The above people is right, you don't want to mess with asthma. I messed with it, and found out if I went into the ER 30 minutes later I would of died, and there was nothing they could do to bring me back. I took my asthma serious after near death, because I did not take control of it. I went to the doctors, found a preventive and rescue treatment that I needed. After a few years, I was able to get off my preventive meds and now I know what most of my triggers are too so I don't have many asthma attacks. The most difficult for my asthma is when I am ill, and I have to use a nebulizer every 6 hours til I am better now. In this year, I have only used my inhaler 20 times and it wouldn't have been that much if there wasn't heavy smoke in the air from all the fires around us!
~Moderator - Allergies & Asthma , Alzheimer's~
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