I am extremly tired and exhausted all the time, I use to think that maybe I just wasnt getting enough sleep. However recently even on my days off I can way up for just an hour or so and be extremely eshausted and tired again. I have noticed when I inhaled very deeply there is a wheezing sound. I have no cough though. I also work out regularly and I feel fine, no shortness of breath to my knowledge or what i would assume shortness of breath to feel like. Can this still be a for of Asthma or could it be the underlying symptoms of something else?
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replied January 23rd, 2012
I had similar symptoms to you. When I took my dogs out on a half an hour walk I would have difficulty breathing and would cough a lot. I was put on antihistamines and after 6 months of nothing happening. I was given a mini wright peak flow recorder to keep a record of my breathing for a month or so. I was diagnosed as asthmatic and now on the inhalers. If I was you I would go and see your doctor and start the evaluation process.
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replied January 31st, 2012
My friend is also suffering from asthma and he have the allergies of dust, pollution and smoke. He always try to avoid the contact with such things. He is also maintain the diet and leave out of oily foods. Nowadays inhaler is the best medicine to control asthma.
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replied February 21st, 2012
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