Did you know that 1-13 of us sufferer from asthma?

If you experience coughing, tightness from chest, wheezing or shortness of breath earlier than average when conducting exercises such like  running, swimming, rowing or any other cardio exercise then you are likely to be an asthma sufferer.

Always check with your GP, who will give you a lung function test, which involves you blowing into a peak flow meter, this will determine the strength of your lungs. Asthma is hereditary, so its often pasted through the family line. Problems with allergies can also allow the same effects of asthma in the body, so check with your GP first.

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.

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