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Can the weather make a person’s asthma symptoms worse? Yes! Let’s find out how.
A change of seasons, a storm, or a sudden change in weather can make it harder to breathe or cause a flare-up.
Here’s how weather can make asthma symptoms worse:
Your health care provider can help you figure out if weather is making your asthma symptoms worse. This information can go into your asthma action plan.
Once you know what your weather triggers are, it’s important to avoid them:
Asthma means breathing problems. Find out what’s going on in the lungs and how to stay healthy, if you have it.
Asthma makes it hard to breathe. Find out more in this article for kids.
Dirty air can be bad news for someone with asthma. Find out more in this article for kids.
If you have asthma, certain things may cause you to cough and have trouble breathing. Find out more about asthma triggers in this article for kids.
How can you prepare for an asthma flare-up? Find out in this article for kids.
Take a look inside a person’s lungs when asthma is making it hard to breathe.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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