Asthma is a potentially fatal disease that occurs when the lining of the airways becomes inflamed. These foods are known to be important illness triggers.
Asthma causes thicker mucus to be produced, as well as airway lining inflammation and swelling.
Mild cases that occur once in a while should be treated immediately, as should more serious cases that occur frequently and without warning.
A tight chest, shortness of breath, a persistent cough, wheezing, and other symptoms of asthma can be triggered by a variety of things, including the weather, dust, and food.
1. Beer, wine, hard cider, and tea are all examples of alcoholic beverages.
Certain foods contain sulfites, which can make breathing difficult and create an allergic reaction.
Make sure you avoid frozen shrimps because it contains sulfites, which can cause a fatal asthma attack.
3. Fruits and vegetables that have been dried
In addition to posing choking dangers, dried vegetables and fruits/snacks hinder normal breathing and can trigger asthma attacks.
4. Fried yam/French fries
Fried foods aggravate asthma; if you have asthma, you should eat these foods baked rather than fried.
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