Once you have identified your potential asthma triggers and the risks associated with exposure to those triggers, you can focus on control your asthma and preventing flareups. Here are some practical tips for preventing and controlling asthma triggers.
A vast range of stimuli can trigger asthma attacks. Chief culprits include dust mites, air conditioning (which cycles offending substances into the air we breathe) and something as simple as cat dander. Individual asthmatics tend to have their own “red-alert” triggers. Here is a list of the most common asthma triggers: