Invisible Aspects of Living with Asthma
At first glance, asthma may seem like a very "visible" condition: one can see when you shake your inhaler to take a puff. One can see when you're experiencing symptoms like shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing, etc. But there are numerous aspects of asthma which remain invisible to those who don't live with this condition. Kerri explains some of these invisible aspects of living with asthma.
Do you get muscle cramps caused by your asthma medicine?