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  1. Lorene Alba, AE-C moderator says:

    Asthma triggers include allergens (cats, dust mites), irritants (perfume, secondhand smoke), exercise, strong emotions (fear, anxiety or laughing too hard) and infections (sinus, flu). Identifying and reducing triggers is a key step in controlling your asthma. Learn more here:https://asthma.net/triggers/

  2. Some of the most common asthma triggers are things like smoke, from fire or cigarettes, strong emotions and extreme changes in weather. Read more about triggers here: https://asthma.net/living/lets-talk-triggers/

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