General-Exercise Induced Asthma

Exercise Induced Asthma is a term used for difficulty breathing during exercise. It represents a decrease in lung function during exercise.


Common symptoms include wheezing, cough or shortness of breath during or after exercise. These symptoms are only present about half the time.  Some athletes with Exercise Induced Asthma who do not have thses symptoms may only notice a plateau in training, poor recovery from exercise, or even overuse injuries from muscle fatigue. 

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