Topic of the discussion
Posted on 06/08/2019 14:47
Any time my asthma flares up, I find myself so exhausted. I had an episode last week and for two days afterwards I felt completely drained.
Anyone else suffering from exhaustion after a flare up? Please tell me that I am not alone...
Beginning of the discussion - 08/08/2019So tired because of asthma https://www.carenity.co.uk/forum/asthma/living-with-asthma/so-tired-because-of-asthma-2916
Posted on 08/08/2019 14:51
I don't really have any advice to give you, just to say that I feel exhausted too after an attack. I usually take the next day off work and try to rest :/
Posted on 13/08/2019 12:39
Nowadays after a bad coughing fit I am totally worn out
Posted on 15/08/2019 09:00
I don't sleep well anyway so am always tired but after an asthma attack I am completely drained and can barely function for a good 24 hours afterwards
Posted on 09/09/2019 19:29
Im the same i was putting it down to my fibromyalgia but hearing this has made me think again. I was glad im not alone xxxx
Posted on 17/10/2019 13:59
I am from next week being put on a tablet once a day to help with my breathing as well as inhalers .I will give it a try the nurse said for 4 weeks. Has anyone else tried this . Sorry don't know name yet until pick up prescription.
Posted on 15/11/2019 16:34
Just had a real bad fit recently and it just about knocked the life out of me. I had to lie down; headache, chest ache and shaking. Does anyone have a routine for picking up your strength after something like this?
Posted on 13/01/2020 21:56
Leximillie. I had the tablet and I am afraid it made my migraines worse so I a now on a new inhaler called FOSTAIR 100/6 it is brilliant , yes I still cough a bit but not as much as I did before and I don't get short of breath.
Posted on 20/01/2020 14:20
Hello @Nana62 ,
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