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People who have asthma have airways that are very twitchy or sensitive. They may react to things that can (that is, make) asthma symptoms start. These things are aptly called, "." When you are near an asthma trigger, your airways may become swollen, tighten up, and produce too much.
You may start to, itchy eyes, or a runny nose. It's important to find out what your asthma triggers are and figure out ways to control them. Each person has different triggers.
To help you find out what your asthma triggers are, you may need to keep a written record of asthma your activities. For example, write down what you were doing, and where, whenever you have symptoms.
This will help you find out if being near certain things causes your symptoms.
For example, if your symptoms are worse when you make your bed or vacuum, dust mites may be a trigger. Here are some common triggers and the actions you can take to control them.
Controlling your triggers will help you have fewer asthma symptoms and make your asthma treatment work better! Sulfites and sulfiting agents in foods (found in dried fruits, prepared potatoes, wine, bottled lemon or lime juice and shrimp and diagnosed food allergens (such as milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish) have been found to trigger asthma. How to stay away from or control this trigger: Wear a medic-alert bracelet that identifies your food allergies.
Carry injectable epinephrine to provide first aid during an emergency allergic reaction, see your doctor for more information about this.
Did you know children can carry their asthma and allergy medications while at school?