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  • fastasturtle
    I have mild asthma. Nurse says to take two puffs of the inhaler 10 minutes before you go for a run, stretch a bit, and get going. My inhaler is blue, the low dose one. It works for me - not sure whether it works as placebo or it really does something. I read somewhere to practice belly breathing while running - that helps me a lot because it moves my mind away from the potential chest constriction into visualising my belly going up and down. When pollen is high, I get a mild cough when I start the run, but it goes away after 10 minutes. I am obviously twice as slow as any normal runner, but hey ho, I am doing it :)
    August 17