Some people have exercise-induced Asthma, which is asthma that happens when you are exercising. Asthma is when you start nwheezing and coughing, and you can't breathe. Most people who have asthma will get an asthma pump, a tool used to help you breathe better. If you exercise vigorously, you may run out of breath, and asthmatic people have the tendency to start wheezing and have an asthma attack.
There are several sports that can be played without triggering your asthma. I would start by doing some indoor sports. Bowling would be a great sport for someone with asthma.
i have asthma and it effects my life a lot : IE i cant run i cant do sports because i have an asthma attack
Asthma effects you when you play sports because the Bronchi is very sensitive and can cause irritating in the lungs, this causes loss of breath and maybe vomiting which will effect how long you can last in sports before your too out of breath.
I have sports enduced and have a healthy weight
Yes running can bring on sports induced asthma. This is caused by the heart pumping blood faster therefore needing more oxygen. With your lungs working much harder they now are strained. You can cut back on your sports minutes or see a physician about an inhaler for the asthma.
Yes i know plenty of kids who play sports with
Asthma is a respiratory condition which causes your airways to swell and constrict, making it difficult or impossible to breath. It is triggered by allergies or physical activity (i.e. sports) so it makes us with asthma unable to play sports as easily as others
you start to wheeze and you cough. it can be dangerous if you push it
Breathlessness and chest tightness are common signs of asthma, though it doesn't definitely mean you have asthma. If your blood relatives have a history of asthma, you should see the doctor, who will find out if it is asthma or simply common cold.
What are good and great sites that i can go on to learn about great sports induced asthma treatments? because i want to learn more and become smarter for myself and my family.
Asthma is becoming increasingly common as a result of there being more dust and pollen in the air.
the risk factors of asthma when playing sport are mainly that you could pass out or have a severe asthma attack. my advice is to have your ventalation or puffa with you at all times when you are playing sport.