Definitions for "Exercise-induced asthma"
If people exercise and it brings on their asthma symptoms, this is said to be exercise-induced asthma. Exercise is a very common trigger of symptoms affecting 70-80% of people with the condition.
Asthma that is made worse when exercising
Asthma symptoms which appear during or following strenuous exercise. Symptoms may be minimal or severe enough to require emergency treatment. Some people who have chronic asthma have exercise as a trigger. Some people only develop bronchoconstriction asthma symptoms when they exercise.
Narrowing of the airways and difficulty breathing that comes on five to 10 minutes after the beginning of exercise. caused by exercise. A condition that can be controlled with the right treatment.