Topic of the discussion
Posted on 3/21/18 2:45 AM
Have you ever had significant fatigue episodes related to your asthma?
Share your experience, questions, and recommendations / advice on this topic!
Beginning of the discussion - 5/3/18Asthma and fatigue: How do you manage it? https://www.carenity.us/forum/asthma/living-with-asthma/fatigue-and-asthma-88
Posted on 5/3/18 2:08 AM
Yes, when my Asthma hits, I feel very tired. It is very prominent when I participate in any exhausting activities. It causes me to just pass out once I get home and sleep in depth.
Posted on 5/5/19 6:09 PM
Well, if I have an asthma attack or have an episode like last weekend where I could not catch my breath, for som reason the next day I am a lot more fatigued.
Posted on 6/21/19 3:33 AM
yes it happens after I've had an episode . I get an overcoming fatigue . it really throws off my day/week , makes it so hard to get anything done or get motivated about anything.
Posted on 7/21/19 4:16 AM
@rodrig_o94 yup! totally with you on that , it really does throw you off and it sometimes can be hard to "plan ahead" for that very reason. it's constant worrying whether something or nothing may trigger an episode... i know recently was planning a weekend getaway that i was so excited for but day before leaving had an episode and there went those plans!!
Posted on 7/22/19 4:31 PM
It happens when i get an asthma attack. I cant lower my co2 levels and i feel dizzy and tired.
Posted on 8/14/19 2:50 AM
A few weeks ago I had a flare while playing the guitar. I will admit it took me almost a week to really feel my energy back.
Posted on 3/30/21 7:09 PM
How are you today? Have you seen this older discussion?
Do you ever experience fatigue or exhaustion with your asthma? Is it an occasional feeling for your such as after an attack, or do you experience it constantly? How do you manage it?
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Feel free to share your experiences and advice here!
Posted on 3/30/21 8:05 PM
I usually try to watch what I eat. My asthma caused by food allergies and seasonal allergies. I take vitamin c and vitamin d daily. I increase vitamin c and rest when I feel overwhelmed. I used to try take pain relievers to get me through. And drink water to flush system.
Posted on 4/3/21 4:57 AM
@Courtney_J I just seen it