Other Symptoms

Sleep disturbances

Headache, mild facial or ear pain or fullness Cough (especially in those with concurrent asthma) Fatigue, asthenia, malaise, and irritability

Ocular manifestations (itch, redness, tearing, chemosis, periorbital edema) Presentee-ism (impaired performance at work or school)

Absenteeism from work or school

Quality of life impairment (including social function)

Children (especially): rubbing the nose, snorting, sniffling, clearing the throat, learning or attention problems, poor appetite

Coping with Asthma

Coping with Asthma

If you suffer with asthma, you will no doubt be familiar with the uncomfortable sensations as your bronchial tubes begin to narrow and your muscles around them start to tighten. A sticky mucus known as phlegm begins to produce and increase within your bronchial tubes and you begin to wheeze, cough and struggle to breathe.

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