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Did you know that cold air can trigger your asthma?

When cold air (especially cold, dry air) enters the lungs it can cause the airways to constrict, triggering your asthma. The good news is that these effects can be avoided by checking the weather forecast and planning ahead. If you need to go out in the cold weather, here are some tips to help you manage.

When cold air (especially cold, dry air) enters the lungs it can cause the airways to constrict, resulting in shortness of breath and flare-ups of COPD symptoms. The good news is that these effects can be avoided by checking the weather forecast and planning ahead. If you need to go out into the cold weather, here are some tips that may help.

London, January 5 2017 – Trudell Medical International announced results from a study that evaluated the response to airway maintenance therapy using the Aerobika* device in patients with non-cystic fibrosis (CF) bronchiectasis. Study results were published in the most recent issue of Academic Radiology, adding to the growing evidence base supporting the use of the Aerobika* device in lung health maintenance.

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