Asthma: What bothers you the most in your daily life?

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Hello all,

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In your daily life with asthma, what bothers you the most? Is there a particular symptom that you'd like to get rid of or forget?

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Beginning of the discussion - 25/06/2020

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@Courtney_J For me, it's definitely the breathlessness. I used to be so active and did all kinds of sport, but I struggle just walking up stairs.

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I’ve put on weight over the lockdown so I’m struggling with asthma really bad I’m going back to slimming world on Saturday but I’m getting stressed because of my weight .

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Hi, mine is the dry\chesty cough that comes along with asthma joined with hayfever.  Sometimes makes me feel like eating, constantly drinking water to hide it. Definitely during this COVID time.  

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@KrazyKhick Yes, I agree! I've felt very subconscious about being breathless and having a cough out in public since this has all started, especially when I have to take my mask off when it's giving me trouble. I make sure to cough into my elbow and I try to drink lots of water like you said, but I think people are so paranoid they think I have COVID!

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Hi people are very paranoid I had a full blown argument with a lady in our local supermarket I do not wear a mask my asthma is bad and I suffer from clostrophobia really badly so wearing a mask sets my asthma off more anyway this lady started arguing that bad we had to have security involved she said i shouldn't be out of the house i shouldn't go anywhere i was putting her at risk i can understand where she is coming from but I don't go shopping anymore I get everything delivered the lady and security guard have made me feel like i need to stay in i am struggling now just to take my children to school avoiding walking near anybody 

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@Anniedee That's terrible that you went through that. I think tensions are still very high amongst us all so some people can forget their empathy and kindness at home. 

I can't stand the coughing and wheezing either. I struggle with my weight because I can't be very active, and because of my weight my asthma is worse. I can't win.

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My asthma really bad u can hardly breath

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I’ve got severe asthma and still wear a face mask as I feel that I want to protect others as well as my self. I’ve got an oximeter and tested my oxygen levels whilst wearing a face mask and I have not had any change in my blood oxygen levels at all. The only thing I find a bit uncomfortable is the fact that I get a funny taste i my mouth and get bad breathe from wearing a face mask and that I can get bad acne from it. It’s not the nicest thing to wear in the world and I fully understand how some people can get anxious from wearing one which can then cause breathlessness. 

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@Anniedee that's awful. You shouldn't have to explain to anyone why you aren't wearing a mask plus no one should be treated in such a way.  I have purchased a lanyard from either Amazon or EBay with "ASTHMATIC MASK EXEMPT" written on it.  It has made a huge difference to how how people treat me in the street & shops.  However, a Drs surgery won't let me in without a mask, absolute madness!