Exercise and medications in bronchial asthma, Biology

Exercise

  • Stress or emotional upset 

Medications

  1. Aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDs), beta- blockers(including eye drops), cholinergic drugs. 
  2. Enzymes - including those in laundry detergents. 
  3. Chemicals 
  4. Solvents, paints, rubber and plastics.
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