How Do I Manage Asthma in the Fall?
Learn About Fall Asthma Triggers and How to Manage Them
After a long, hot summer, you're probably ready for fall. I mean, who doesn't love the crisp cool air, vibrant colors of leaves, and fun outdoor activities? Well, for some, this season isn't so welcoming. Conditions like asthma negatively affect your breathing and make fall activities more difficult. But don't worry. There are many ways to keep your asthma under control, so you can still enjoy the autumn season. Let's look at the most common seasonal asthma triggers and discuss how you can manage them this fall. What Triggers Asthma in the Fall? Asthma differs from one person to another. Knowing your triggers helps you prevent flare-ups and control your condition. Some common fall asthma triggers include: - Ragweed Pollen - Ragweed is a weed that blooms in the fall - Each plant
Dayton Respiratory Center
Sep 16 2022
4 mins read