The Asthmatic’s Guide on How to be Summer Ready

Published: 16:39 PM, April 26, 2019
Plan aheadPlan Ahead

If you’re planning an outdoor adventure, do a quick research on your destination. Make sure you choose a place that is fairly clean and unpolluted as contaminated air could set off your symptoms. If your asthma is triggered by hot and humid weather, schedule your outdoor activities at the right time. Avoid going out during the hottest part of the day, which is usually 11am to 3pm.
Get exerciseGet Exercise

Don’t be afraid to get moving! Moderate exercise, with proper guidance, can strengthen your body’s resistance to asthma. Swimming is actually a great summer activity for asthmatics since you get to work out and improve your breathing at the same time.
Be preparedBe Prepared

You can never be too careful so make sure to bring an asthma emergency kit with you. Have your inhaler, medication, and other medical instructions ready in one handy pack in case an asthma attack strikes.
Stay hydratedStay Hydrated

It’s important to drink lots of water when you’re under extreme heat, especially if you’re sensitive to hot and humid weather. Always carry a bottle of water with you and stay hydrated throughout the day.
Balance your immune systemBalance Your Immune System

An imbalanced immune system makes you more prone to asthma attacks. Before you go on your trip, make sure you bring back the balance with Immunomax Forte. Take 1-2 capsules a day or as prescribed by your doctor.
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