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I don’t know about anyone else but I know the difference between the burn from fatigue and fighting against a tight chest so I know when to push and when to back off, I think it’s something you need to find out for y...
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I have asthma triggered by my cat allergy. I created the 100+Project to help raise money for the St Louis chapter of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. I take on all kinds of endurance challenges to show that people with asthma and al...
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Hi everyone! My asthma is at its worst at the moment. If I do a slow trot I can manage about 15 minute before my symptoms develop if I go any faster I manage about 5. I train quite a lot and also teach taekwondo but I cant join in with fear of hav...
Hi all, I developed mild 'asthma-like symptoms' after living in South Korea for a few years. Apparently it has to do with 'yellow dust' (pollution mixed with pollen) that floats down from China in the summer.
As per running, I make sure to keep m...
Hey everyone!!! I have exercise-induced asthma, cold exacerbated asthma, and mold allergies. All will set me off, especially the mold now that we are living on the east coast. It just does not get cold enough to kill the dead foliage on the gro...
Hi all. I'm down to about one or two ventolin inhalors a year now but was more like one a month when I was younger (along with steroid inhalors and other various drugs - what ever happened to 'Intal' which used to have Alan Pascoe the 400m hurdles...
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