Coughing. Wheezing. Shortness of Breath. Trouble Sleeping. Chest Tightness.
By Carolyn Reed, Vallara FreshAir Surround
Is winter getting the best of your asthma? Weather changes means more irritants in the air.
If you have asthma, you have inflamed airways. Inflamed airways are sensitive, and will react to certain inhaled substances. This increases the irritation and swelling of your airways. It’s a vicious cycle.
Time outside means endless bouts of coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath. Inside, it is worse; there’s mold, smoke, pet dander, dust mites, airborne particles or dust. This can add trouble sleeping and/or chest pain to your list of symptoms.
There are ways to:
* Relieve the irritable symptoms, so you can enjoy life
* Breathe easier, so you sleep and feel normal
* Have more energy, so you can engage life
There is a solution that reduces:
* Allergens (e.g. pollen), so your reactions are minimized and you feel normal
* Airborne pollutants (e.g. dust, smoke etc.) so the air you breathe is clean and you feel better
* Microscopic particles (e.g. everyday cleaning products, cosmetics, etc.) so the hazards are removed and you feel safe