I recently have been diagnosed with Allergy induced Asthma. I noticed stress and laughing would trigger it. I found that running and other exercise triggered it when I hadn't been active over a period of time like over winter or something, then started again it acted up at first, but then after exercising and running through it over the next day or so, it actually helped it. I am currently not as stressed out as much, so it has settled down and have not had any attacks. But it's good to know that i can hit the pavement and breathe just fine.View Thread
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