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Asthma triggers... What's all this about?

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This Article Explains What an Asthma Trigger Is
(Knowing Your Poison Can Control Your Asthma Trigger)
An asthma trigger is some kind of environmental element that brings on an asthma attack. When you come into contact with a certain element, an allergic reaction takes place and makes your airways narrow. Because no two cases of asthma are exactly alike, you have to learn which kind of triggers are best to avoid and which are bearable for you. Sometimes it may be very difficult to pinpoint the trigger. This is when you need to put on your detective hat and go looking for clues. There are literally dozens of triggers you can come into contact with in your daily life, and lots to be found in your own home. Start a diary and see if you can make some connections. For instance, do you sometimes get an attack during or after vacuuming? Household dust is a very popular asthma trigger (and I'm not saying your house is dirty). So, too, is the dead skin and hair from pets, bathroom mold and, although it sounds disgusting, cockroaches. Go from room to room checking for these things and take notes as you do. The smoke from cigarettes, paint fumes and even perfume are also asthma triggers. Try to make a list of everything you eat as well, because some foods might well bring on a reaction.You're not going to have it so easy on the outside, either. Beyond the portals of your house there await even more. Cold air, pollen, car exhaust fumes, pollution, even insect stings could all be on your personal list of a potential asthma trigger. After a couple of months you should have quite a good idea of what does it for you. From then on it will be easier to start a program aiming to control your triggers. Complete and utter avoidance of all your triggers isn't going to be possible all the time (can you live without your car?) but you will go a long way to minimizing the risks of an attack and as a consequence you will start to see some improvement in the quality of your life. Your doctor might be able to give you help by way of allergy shots. Taken over a period of a few years, they gradually build up your defense and could give you long term relief from the offending asthma trigger. Or you could reduce your reaction to the asthma trigger by exploring some alternative treatments for asthma
Welcome and hello, I want you to know you really you can breathe free and enjoy an active lifestyle without drugs. My report, which is based on extensive medical research and proven clinical trials, will positively change your life and those of your loved ones too, just as it has changed mine and many others. I personally guarantee it. This asthma treatment report is available for immediate download to your computer so you can get started right away.
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