During school, all of my sporting activities took place at school. When I finished, it took a while (about 6 months) until I got something organised (I was walking from the train to uni - about 20 mins each way). In that time I got three chest infections and my asthma got so bad, even with medication, that I couldn't walk a block without having to rest (my weight was at the lower end of a healthy BMI). I copped a lecture from my doctor - "never in your life can you stop playing sport". Guess what, he was right. (I end up testing it every so often).
Good luck with your weightloss. You too may find that as you get fitter, your asthma improves.
Edited by: CATNAP45 at: 5/8/2008 (08:26)
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