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Were you looking for information about Exercise-Induced Asthma? Exersize-induced asthma is a common misspelling of exercise-induced asthma.
 
Exercise-induced asthma, as the name implies, is triggered by physical activity. People with this condition generally experience coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and other asthma symptoms within the first hour of beginning exercise. These symptoms last throughout the duration of physical activity. Albuterol, an inhaled prescription medication, can be used prior to physical activity to prevent symptoms of exercise-induced asthma.
 
(Click Exercise-Induced Asthma to read the full-length article on this condition, including information on who may be at an increased risk of it, what you can do to help prevent symptoms from occurring, and how to treat an acute attack.)
 
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