Hi wood, I have had Asthma for about
27 years, I inherited it from my Dad is what I've been told by the doctors. Mine affects me in the cold weather, hot/humid weather and I just use my inhaler to help me through the days the are rough. Does your doctor have you on medication that helps you with your Asthma such as Advair, a nebulizer, daily inhaler, etc? I also have wood floors in my home, leather couches, no nick nacks, I launder my sheets, towels, etc. in hot water with detergent that is organic, I vacum heater/air conditioning vents. I know this seems to be a lot of work but it truly does help. The type of enviroment that you're in really affects you. I know at work, it's hard to control it but at home, you can really do a lot to help yourself and your condition. I'm basically a clean freak because of my condition and plus I have a sick husband at home as well. I know Asthma can be miserable but there are a lot of things you can do to help with it in your environment.
*Hugs, Thoughts, and Prayers*
*Shel in New Mexico, USA*