Winter may be filled with merry-making but cold weather is often a major trigger of asthma attacks. According to a study published in the Scientific Reports, low temperature and low humidity during the winter contribute to the narrowing of the respiratory airways, aggravating respiratory diseases like asthma.
To prevent asthma attacks in cold weather, our doctor for internal medicine in Raleigh suggests the following:
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