Exercise Induced Asthma

How Exercise Influences AsthmaMale Cyclist

Asthma is a medical condition that causes coughing and shortness of breath. For many who suffer from asthma, exercise only exacerbates these problems. Asthmatic symptoms that are brought about by the shortness of breath that occurs during exercise is referred to as exercise induced asthma. This problem arises because exercise narrows the air passageways. When this occurs, labored breathing, coughing, or wheezing soon follow. As a result, many sufferers of exercise induced asthma skip exercise and eliminate cardiovascular activity from their lives. This doesn’t have to be you!

If you suffer from exercise induced asthma, an allergist at AAIR of Charlotte can help. Our allergists can diagnose exercise induced asthma, as well as specific triggers and exercises that particularly tax your lungs. This will help you to know how to alter your exercise program so you still get the benefits of a fitness routine while being able to breathe. Our skilled staff can also discuss treatment methods such as inhalers, medications, and natural combatants. It is our commitment to stay at the forefront of asthma treatment in order to give you the best care possible. Schedule an appointment with AAIR today so that you can get back to exercising again.

Jul 7, 2014   3010   Paul Barker    Conditions
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