(HealthDay News) -- If you're trying to prevent an asthma flare, avoiding things that trigger your breathing problems is a good start.
The American Academy of Family Physicians says common asthma triggers include:
- Allergens such as tree pollen, grasses or molds.
- Colds and other viral infections.
- Exposure to pollutants, tobacco smoke, chemical fumes or perfume.
- Sinus infections.
- Breathing in cold air.
- Stress or strong emotions.
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