Good control of asthma symptoms can seem elusive in winter, with cold, dry air on one side of the door, and a host of possible indoor triggers, from pets to dust mites to VOCs, on the other side. That’s why downloading our guide to asthma in cold weather – covering topics such as humidity, exercise, indoor triggers, airborne infections and more – is an important step to understanding and taking control of the factors that can exacerbate winter-related symptoms.
Our guide is full of practical, at-home steps you can take to be more vigilant about trigger management, even in adverse conditions, inside and out.
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This guide is from an article originally published in the Winter 2016 edition of Allergic Living magazine. To subscribe, click here.