If you have asthma or allergies, it usually doesn’t mean you can’t exercise or do the activities you enjoy. In fact, it’s important for you to be physically active to keep your heart and lungs strong, to maintain your weight and to help keep you healthier overall.
Of course, there are times when the severity of your asthma or allergies may win out over your desire to exercise. If you have severe asthma, find out more about bronchial thermoplasty. But if your asthma or allergies are not too severe, you can often enjoy your favorite activities by taking precautions to help prevent a flare-up of symptoms.
Here are 7 tips to breathe easier during exercise:
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