I've lived in a highly humid part of the US all of my life. On top of that I grew up in a house that was especially muggy all of the time--my friends would always avoid coming over because the air was so soupy! Two months ago I started having difficulty breathing and after going to a walk in clinic I was told it might be asthma. At first I thought it was because of anxiety, but after paying more attention to what could be triggering it humidity seems more realistic.
So if it is humidity, why now? At the beginning of the year I moved out of my parents house, and my first attack was when I was visiting them. Can something I was so used to now be causing me to have asthma? The new house I live in has a lot of ventilation/mildew problems...could I be breathing in something that is making my body more sensitive?
[EDIT: Oh yeah, also the inhaler I was prescribed didn't seem to help at all.]
Post Edited (char1243) : 7/29/2015 12:03:10 AM (GMT-6)