Do you know that on average between 1 in 13 of us sufferer from asthma.
If you experience coughing, tightness in chest, wheezing or shortness of breath when exercising often the you could have asthma. Best to check with your local doctor or general practitioner (GP) as they will be able to give you a lung function test. The asthma test is made by blowing strongly into a peak flow meter. When you have blown full force into the meter the doctor will be able to determine the strength of your lungs.
Asthma is hereditary so it’s often pasted through the family line.
Asthma attacks often occur on exercise or events in cold weather climates, cold clouds can have a massive effect on asthma sufferers, this results in the airways drying out as a result from extra puffing through-out the exercise.
Be careful not to become confused with allergy and asthma sufferers. People can often be seen with the same effects tightness in chest, wheezing or shortness of breath same as details above. Please make sure you always check with your GP first before taking any medicines or inhalers for asthma.