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Breathe Easier

By Gina De Angelis
Posted On Mar 16, 2017
Breathe Easier

Just 30 minutes of non-strenuous daily exercise helps relieve asthma symptoms reports a study in the journal BMJ Open Respiratory Research. Analysis of the exercise habits of almost 700 people with asthma showed that those who exercised regularly were more than two times more likely to have control over their symptoms. So don’t let asthma stop you from working out, say researchers. Just use your medication before exercising and always cool down afterwards.