Asthma attack or cold

Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu – Mayo …

Asthma: Limit asthma attacks caused by colds or flu. A cold or the flu can trigger
an asthma attack. Here's why — and how to keep your sneeze from turning into …

Asthma and Colds: Symptoms, Causes, Bacterial Infections, and …

Learn more from WebMD about cold and asthma symptoms – where they overlap,
and when to call the doctor.

Asthma Attack Signs and Symptoms, Prevention, and …

Sometimes, allergies to seasonal pollen or weather changes can trigger asthma
attack symptoms. Other times, a viral infection such as a cold or flu can trigger …

Practice Session #1 ("The Head Cold"): – Partners Asthma Center

The first point is to recognize that this episode is more than just a bad "cold." It is
a severe asthma attack. It is not normal for a routine chest infection to cause …

Asthma and colds: What if you have asthma and catch the …

If you have asthma, catching a cold may worsen your symptoms. It's important to
understand asthma symptoms and cold symptoms, and to know which asthma …

5 Ways to Keep Asthma in Check During a Cold – Everyday …

Dec 7, 2012 For people with asthma, getting a cold or the flu can increase the risk of having
an asthma attack. Try these simple asthma self-care steps to …

Asthma in the cold – Live Well – NHS Choices

Find out how cold weather affects asthma symptoms, plus five tips to manage
your asthma when temperatures plummet.

Viral-Induced Asthma – Viruses Can Cause Asthma Symptoms

Mar 4, 2008 Viral-induced asthma is what can happen when viruses cause asthma symptoms.
When it comes to asthma, sometimes a simple common cold …

Asthma Triggers | Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

If you have asthma, dust mites can trigger an asthma attack. They are small …
Cold air –Cover nose and mouth with a scarf on cold or windy days. Other
weather …

Can the Weather Affect My Child's Asthma? – KidsHealth

Exposure to cold, dry air is a common asthma trigger and can quickly cause
severe symptoms. People with exercise-induced asthma who participate in winter
 …

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