Asthma and exercise nhs

Asthma – living with asthmaNHS Choices

If you have asthma symptoms during or after exercise, speak to your doctor or
asthma nurse. It is likely they will review your general symptoms and personal …

All about asthma – Live Well – NHS Choices

What asthma is, the causes of asthma, and treatment for asthma. … to my GP and
did some tests to find out that I had mild asthma and 'exercise induced' asthma.

Asthma – diagnosis – NHS Choices

If you have typical asthma symptoms, your GP is likely to be able to make a
diagnosis. Your GP … In children, exercise is sometimes used as a trigger. You
then …

AsthmaNHS Choices

Asthma is a long-term condition that can cause a cough, wheezing and … dust
mites, animal fur, pollen, tobacco smoke, exercise, cold air and chest infections.

Paula Radcliffe on asthma – Live Well – NHS Choices

Paula Radcliffe has had exercise-induced asthma all her life, but it hasn't stopped
her becoming a champion athlete.

The athlete's guide to exercise-induced asthma – Boots WebMD

Just what is exercise-induced asthma, why does it happen, and how can it be
managed? We consulted the experts to find out the answers to these questions, …

Asthma in children | NHS Choices | Nursing Times

Feb 19, 2009 Sometimes, children with asthma find that their symptoms are made worse
through physical exercise. This is known as exercise-induced …

NHS Direct Wales – Encyclopaedia : Asthma

Apr 1, 2013 Symptoms that are worse during the night or with exercise can mean your asthma
is getting worse or is poorly controlled. Talk to your doctor or …

Asthma – Fit For Travel

Travel health advice relating to asthma. … others it may deteriorate. This may be
due to climate change, absence of allergic triggers, stress or exercise/exertion.

Bronchial Asthma | Doctor | Patient.co.uk

The cost of asthma to the NHS runs at about a billion pounds per year. …
Exercise – symptoms may occur during exercise but more classically after
exercise.

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