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But here is the news, no matter how unhappy to read, to separate urban legend from fact. A common misconception is that only fur or feathers is what cause a reaction in those susceptible to asthma. In fact, pet hair is sometimes tolerable for people with asthma. Triggers in your pet may include: -Dander (skin) -Saliva -Urine/Feces -Other secretions And it s not just cats or dogs that are prime candidates for the asthmatic. 

There are many things you can do to make breathing at home easier, and making living with asthma just like living without asthma. The Internet is a great place to look to find information, and to learn what you can do to help yourself breathe a little easier even in the face of asthma. Learn how to cut down on pet dander, reduce dust mites, and eradicate cigarette smoke from the home. 

Living with asthma is much easier when you do this, however, and it s as easy as regularly washing and cleaning fabrics inside the home. By keeping it clean, you keep the air you breathe free of asthma attack-inducing irritants that will do nothing but make living with asthma a real pain the lungs. To make living with asthma a breath of fresh air, you ll want to talk with other asthma suffers, and learn all you can about your condition. 

Knowing and avoiding your own triggers can be an important step in the journey of living with and dealing with asthma. A trigger is something that inflames airways, leading to asthma symptoms. But triggers vary from person to person. Many different things lead to inflammation including mold, pollen, air pollutants (smog) even viruses. 

Air inhaled through the mouth has skipped the nose which normally acts as a humidifying agent prior to the air reaching the lungs. If you are exercising correctly, in through your nose, out through your mouth then you are probably bypassing the humidifying agent of the nose. An easy way to identify exercise-induced asthma is using a breathing test while you are at rest and then comparing that, following exercise. 

Pet dander can be another enemy to the asthmatic. Fight pet dander by keeping all animals in the home well-groomed and regularly washed and combed. You ll also want to regularly wash and clean pet sleeping areas and other fabrics that often used by the pets. The best way to cut down on pet dander is to wash these items in very hot water.