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Yes. Weather conditions can bring on asthma symptoms. Some people’s asthma symptoms get worse at certain times of the year. For others, a severe storm or sudden weather change can trigger a flare-up.
If you think weather may be triggering your asthma, work with your doctor to track your symptoms using an asthma symptoms trigger diary. Do you think that your asthma might be triggered by pollen, mold, or other allergens? Ask your doctor about allergy testing.
If air quality or weather affect you, try these tips to make things better:
Visit our Asthma Center for information and advice on managing and living with asthma.
Sports and exercise are a good idea for people with asthma. But some activities are better than others – find out more.
Find out what can make your asthma worse, and what to do about it.
Find out if allergies can make a person’s asthma symptoms worse.
Poor air quality can make asthma worse. Here’s what to do about it if you have asthma.
Asthma flare-ups, or attacks, can be handled, but it’s even better if you can prevent them from happening. Find out how to deal with flare-ups.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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