yes you can just have your inhaler with you
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.
No, inhalers are meant to aid your breathing/coughing when you have asthma. They will not assist you at playing a sport.
No you do not need a scholarship to play college sports. You need a scholarship to pay tuition.
You keep fit and if your good you might get a collage scholarship to a good university.
To get a free scholarship into UC Berkeley, you want to work hard and get good grades. You can get free scholarships through playing sports as well.
It is called sports induced asthma I was Diagnosed with asthma but do not have asthma, when I run instead of opening, my lungs close and it feels like I am breathing through a straw.
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.
Asthma can be, like if you eat nuts when you're allergic you may have asthma. Asthma can also be caused be exertion, or playing sports, weather/climate, like humidity, or cold weather, and sometimes even sickness, like a cold or even fevers.
Basically you start to feel tired and slow but only if your playing for a long time if you have difficulties.And if you have asthma it doesnt stop you playing sports so you might get stiches but you can still play.
Playing sports can put a physical strain on one's lungs, which, in turn, can lead to an asthma attack.
Play well in High School and get good grades. If you do that, colleges will notice your grades and see that you were signed up for whatever sport you play and they'll give you a scholarship. You don't need a sports scholarship to play sports in college anyway