I too have an asthma attack when I least expect it. It depends on the weather and allergy problems around me on whether I have one or not. I also know that exercising also helps mine on the good days. I have been able to breath deeper and feel better. Hang in there and just don't give up.
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To answer your second question, I don't know. I can tell you that no matter how fit I am (and I have been very fit in the past), I struggle with my asthma if I try to run in cold windy weather.
The years my asthma has been bad, it has taken experimenting with different medications until the right dosage and combination can be found. Over the years, the treatment options have improved and learning what to take when makes a huge difference.
Hope this helps.
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