An asthma attack can happen when you are exposed to “asthma triggers.” Your asthma triggers can be very different from someone else’s asthma triggers. Know your triggers and learn how to avoid them. Plan for an attack when you can’t avoid your triggers. Some of the most common triggers are tobacco smoke, dust mites, outdoor air pollution, cockroach allergen, pets, mold, smoke from burning wood or grass, and infections like the flu.
Articles in this section
- What is asthma?
- What are the symptoms of asthma?
- What causes an asthma attack?
- What is an asthma attack?
- What is an asthma action plan?
- What treatment medications are available?
- What if I want to get pregnant?
- What is an inhaler?
- What are the examples of the metered dose inhaler?
- What are the examples of the nebulizer?