I found that if you get more to drink than you think you need helps. I have upped my intake to 6-8 8oz glasses of liquid per day and that helps. A little exercise has also helped. Whenever I start getting tight I take a sip of water first then control my breathing and then wait. If I get tighter and feel I need an inhaler I will take 1 puff. Then repeat all over again. Waiting in between so I don't use too much.
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Hi everybody, I have been having asthma a lot because we have carpet and also my daughter keeps the door open. She loves to be outside. I am not having much trouble after working out anymore. But I have had more trouble during the day and at night. Does anyone know a way to control it better without having to use an inhaler?
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