Exercise-induced asthma differs from “normal” shortness of breath that you experience when you’re unfit.

Exercise-induced asthma symptoms such as a tight chest, a dry cough, difficulty breathing and difficulty talking in sentences occur as a result of limited airflow to the lungs. These symptoms usually present about 10 minutes after the start of or after vigorous exercise.

The vast majority of people with exercise-induced asthma have underlying, persistent asthma. They’re considered to have uncontrolled or poorly controlled asthma. If you have to limit your activities in any way due to asthma symptoms, talk to your doctor.

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