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How should people with allergic asthma warm up before an exercise?

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No matter what sort of exercise you prefer, warm up beforehand and ease into the activity. A few simple stretches and maybe a short walk before you run or pick up your tennis racket can set you up to make it through your exercise without breathing problems.

From: Exercising When You Have Allergic Asthma WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology : “Asthma cases attributable to atopy: results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.”

Sampson Davis, MD, St. Michael's Medical Center, Newark, NJ.

The Ohio State University: "Asthma and Exercise -- How can exercise-induced asthma be controlled?"

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology: "Exercising with Allergies and Asthma."

Alan Mensch, MD, chief of pulmonary diseases, Plainview Hospital, Plainview, NY.

Mark Holbreich, MD, Allergy and Asthma Consultants, Indianapolis.

Sports Health : “Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm.”

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on January 29, 2019

SOURCES:

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology : “Asthma cases attributable to atopy: results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.”

Sampson Davis, MD, St. Michael's Medical Center, Newark, NJ.

The Ohio State University: "Asthma and Exercise -- How can exercise-induced asthma be controlled?"

American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology: "Exercising with Allergies and Asthma."

Alan Mensch, MD, chief of pulmonary diseases, Plainview Hospital, Plainview, NY.

Mark Holbreich, MD, Allergy and Asthma Consultants, Indianapolis.

Sports Health : “Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm.”

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on January 29, 2019

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