The weather deffinatly has an effect on me - In winter going from a warm office to cold street to warm train to cold streets to warm car etc... leaves me gasping for air in winter. Luckily a few puffs from my puffer solves this issue quickly.
I live in Florida so it doesn't get as cool as up north but yesterday morning was cooler than it has been and I went jogging in the park. I felt my chest getting tight so I slowed down so I wouldn't get an attack. I experience this every year when the weather changes. I make sure that I use my daily inhaler, symbicort, and that I don't overdo it or push myself to hard. I've seen people wear masks when they are outside so that may work for you.
I know seasonal "allergies" affect my asthma but will just the chang ein temperature? I know that probably an individual thing but does anyone know...will it make runnin goutside harder the colder it is?
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