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Asthma Free Summer

Asthma Free Summer is Awaiting you

Summer is the weather that brings the beginning of a healthy season for many. However, scorching heat and increased air pollution may also trigger asthma in some people.

Asthma is a serious health issue that forces air passages to get constricted and swollen. They also produce extra mucus which causes severe difficulty in breathing and an asthmatic person experiences severe cough and wheezing.

How can you counter asthma triggers in the summer and stay asthma free? Go through this blog to learn the same.

Stay away from pollen

There is a lot of pollen in the air during the summer season and it can trigger asthma attacks if not avoided. Hence, maintain distance from flowering plants and trees to stay safe.

Know your trigger

Every person may experience different asthma triggers. Asthma can be triggered in some people due to pollen and bad air quality. On the other hand, some people have to be careful about pet dander, smoke, mold spores and specific preservatives in food to manage asthma well. Identifying the trigger is the key to keep this ailment under control. Know the trigger, stay away from it and breathe well!

Carry medications everywhere

The scorching heat of the summer can cause sudden asthma attacks when you are outside. It is best to carry medications and an inhaler everywhere to counter such a situation. Also, keep medications away from direct sunlight and ensure they stay at a cool place.

Stay hydrated and stay indoors

As per the medical experts, you should avoid going outside when the weather is hot and humid. Exposure to hot and humid weather and pollen can increase the risk of an asthma attack. Also, drink a lot of water throughout the day. Water does the job of an expectorant and clears the lungs by thinning out the mucus. This way you can find it easy to breathe.

Exercise in the morning

Early morning is the best time to work out in the summer. Air quality may worsen as the day progresses and you may have difficulties if you workout at noon or any other time during the day. Hence, follow your workout regimen in the early morning to keep asthma symptoms under control.

Stay in touch with your doctor

Hot weather, pollen and various other things can trigger asthma in a matter of minutes. But, don’t worry, stay in touch with your doctor. Learn whether you need to change medicines or take any other actions to stay protected.

This is your perfect kit to rely on to combat asthma during the summer. Also, try to stay home as much as possible until the Coronavirus problem exists in your area as the combination of asthma and coronavirus can be fatal.

This post was published on May 25, 2020 10:21 am

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