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6/16/14 7:54 P

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I usually do the same thing that you do. I have exercise induced asthma. Usually I have to stop and use my inhaler. I am trying to build up the length and intensity of my exercise so I won't have asthma. It has always been better when I am able to breathe through my nose, but since I have allergies it is not always possible.

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12/29/12 7:21 A

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What are yours?

I find that when my lungs are starting to burn, taking a deep breath and exhaling completely will relieve the pain.

What do you guys do to get through your asthma symptoms while exercising?

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