I play touch football. One of my triggers is exercise in cold windy weather. Another is smoke. If I'm particularly unlucky, people decide to light their fireplaces so I get to exercise in cold, windy, smokey weather (our city is surrounded by mountains and can have a temperature inversion, trapping the smoke etc).
I ALWAYS have my inhaler with me when I exercise. My teams knows my problem, so if I have to stick my hand up to come off, it is never a problem even if we don't have a substitute. If the weather is likely to set me off, I take a dose before I start.
My dad is also asthmatic. A couple of years ago, he told me to breathe through my nose to humidify the air and help my asthma. (It would have been nice if he'd mentioned it a bit earlier, I've been asthmatic since I was 2).
My husband comes from a city famous for it's gardens. For me it's an allergy nightmare, but has some lovely walks. Once again, I always take my puffer and I also have sinus medication that I leave there (my puffer is always in my handbag and one beside my bed) as I've forgotten it so many times and they don't have a 24hr chemist there.
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