Thursday, November 27, 2014

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If you suffer from asthma, it is extremely important for you to manage your emotional health - especially your stress levels - as this can trigger symptoms, including shortness of breath and wheezing.

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Living through an asthma attack is never fun.  The good news is asthma can be controlled, and you can live a normal life with it.  That in mind, and since we have to live with it anyway, no point in saying, "Why me?"   Based on my experience from being a lifelong asthmatic, I have discovered seven benefits…

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Kathi MacNaughton, Health Pro, commented on Study Links Asthma and PTSD I am going to post this response and then I will be done with this silly debate. You…

11/21/11

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John Bottrell, Health Pro, posted 10 Things We Asthmatics Should be… In the spirit of Thanksgiving, here's a list of things we asthmatics ought to…

11/14/11

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John Bottrell, Health Pro, commented on Seven Ways Asthma Has Benefited My Life The fact you are here is a great first step.  Educate yourself about…

04/10/10

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John Bottrell, Health Pro, answered can getting upset cause a asthma attack Yes, emotional changes can trigger an asthma attack.  You can read about…

12/09/09

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