Exercise and nutrition is essential to living a healthy lifestyle. However, about 20% of the population has exercise-induced asthma, often making it difficult to breathe while exercising. But, there is treatment to help.
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"It is possible to live with asthma, to overcome asthma, and to #TackleAsthma." - Rashad Jennings Jennings, a running back for the New York Giants, first had a severe asthma attack at age 10. He never thought he would be able to overcome the daily challenges of asthma to become a professional athlete. He shares his story with kids with asthma at a football camp hosted by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA.org). Join Rashad and AAFA to #TackleAsthma to help keep kids out of the hospital and give them a chance to achieve their dreams. Go to http://www.tackleasthma.org to get involved.
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Charlie Billingsley, a 20-year-old sophomore on the OSU lacrosse team, found himself gasping for air while playing the sport he loved. Sometimes Id feel a tightness in my chest and couldnt play as hard as I wanted, he says. He was suffering from a condition many athletes face when they compete. Known as exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB), a form of asthma, the condition is more common in athletes than in the general public. But many athletes dont realize that they have asthma and dont understand whats happening to them. Recently, Jonathan Parsons, MD, research fellow in OSU Medical Centers Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, led a major study of EIB. The study, a collaborative effort with the OSU Sports Medicine Center, found that, of 107 OSU varsity athletes from 15 sports, 40 percent had the condition. The vast majority had no history of asthma or breathing problems, so this was new knowledge for them, says Dr. Parsons. EIB has been shown to occur in athletes in higher proportion than in the normal population, but no one had looked at this population of college athletes closely before our study. Charlie is one of the athletes who participated in the OSU study. And following his diagnosis of EIB, Charlie benefited from the unique expertise in asthma available at OSU Medical Center, which is one of just 20 centers across the country designated as an Asthma Clinical Research Center by the American Lung Association. With medication and education, Charlie was able to take the field with less worry about another asthma attack. Its a lot easier to breathe, he says. Im actually glad to know I have asthma, because I can do something about it. It gives me an extra few years to be on top of my lacrosse game. For More Information: http://medicalcenter.osu.edu/patientcare/healthcare_services/allergy_asthma/Pages/index.aspx
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The Kloser family of Colorado lives life on the edge. When competitive athletes Christian and Mike were diagnosed with asthma and exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, they refused to let it slow them down. They share their story and successful treatment from an allergist with the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology.
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Hamilton Tiger Cats linebacker, Adrian Tracy discusses how he battles his asthma while playing pro-football through the campaign #takeabreather Subscribe to BT on YouTube - https://goo.gl/qpzqe0
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Learn how to breathe when running from an experienced track and field athlete. Here are two quick exercises that will show you the Natural way to control breathing properly while running long distance. Some people experience breathing patterns that make them feel like they are not breathing properly after exercising. This will help you learn the technique on how to not run out of breath when running so that you can focus on running faster! - (NEW!!) Watch my Track and Field story here: https://youtu.be/Bpz3ZVEhkek – Watch me compete in a 1500m race here: https://youtu.be/wBBGbqi9DGo - What to Eat Before a Race or a Game for All Athletes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aGhVAOzh3oE If you like my breathing techniques for running, please feel free to check out my other running videos for more tips: http://www.youtube.com/RashaadRahh More running videos: - How to Run Longer Distances without Getting Tired: https://youtu.be/q2eyPgWCZSM - What to eat before running: https://youtu.be/aGhVAOzh3oE - My Track and Field Story: https://youtu.be/Bpz3ZVEhkek Facbook Page: http://www.Facebook.com/RashaadRahh Snapchat me: http://www.snapchat.com/add/Rashaadrahh Intagram: @on800Rahh Twitter: @Whorahh
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How Ahmad AlRamyan, an ambitious young Kuwaiti, took himself from being asthmatic to being athletic! Taking part in triathlons, marathons and other challenging races, Ahmad continues to push the limits as an athlete and a personal trainer Stay epic, stay athletic! TMRYN on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/my_tmryn/ Athlete - https://www.instagram.com/ahmad__alramyan/ Videographer - https://www.instagram.com/mac_leb/ Thanks to our partners : Platinum health club Challenge gym
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Struggling with your breathing in competition or training? Whether you're a weekend warrior or a top endurance athlete, you might breathe easier and improve your performance with some help from an allergist. Mike, a top endurance athlete, who loves how it feels to be on the top step of the winners' podium, tells how his performance improved after seeing an allergist about his exercise induced breathing issues.
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In this video I give a demonstration of increasing my heart rate slowly to avoid symptoms of exercise induced asthma.
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Questions? Comment below. I'll get back to you. Please like and subscribe to get this video out to those suffering from asthma.
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Link : http://mybesthealth1.blogspot.com/2013/08/athletes-with-asthma.html Athletes with asthma essential to be participating in an activity that can better increment your bravery rank much as jumping plaything, biking, and jogging. These obviate but strong activities can refrain preclude exercise-induced athletes with asthma. A 10 second close up sweat is highly advisable followed by an increment in the tubing flow. This method warms and also hydrates an athletes with asthma route.
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"When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful" Speech by Eric Thomas (AKA ET The Hip Hop Preacher). Inspirational video featuring Giavanni Ruffin (player for the Seattle Seahawks). Original: http://vimeo.com/27933991 Greyskale Multimedia: http://www.facebook.com/GreyskaleGSK http://www.GreyskaleMultimedia.com More from ET The Hip Hop Preacher: Eric Thomas on Instagram: ETTHEHIPHOPPREACHER Eric Thomas on Twitter: @EricThomasBTC Eric Thomas on Periscope: Eric ThomasBTC (Free broadcast/sessions each and every Tuesday evening) Eric Thomas on Facebook: Eric Thomas Eric Thomas Online: http://www.ETInspires.com Eric Thomas Online: http://www.BreatheUniversity.com More from Giavanni Ruffin: http://www.GiavanniRuffin.com/ Both background songs are by Explosions in the Sky. The first song is called Home (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwk5F-mJH8g). The second song is called Your Hand in Mine (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzIK5FaC38w) I do not own this video, nor am I in any way affiliated with Greyskale Multimedia. All credit goes to them. I originally saw this video in Vimeo, I just wanted to share it with YouTube and have GSK's full permission to do so.
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This short story is about a guy named Joe. Joe has asthma and is currently trying to make the basketball team at Springfield College. Unfortunately, Joe doesn't really understand what asthma really and I how to control it better. Luckily, a friend named Vinny comes along with a helping hand and a boat-load of knowledge to help Joe make that basketball team!
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/professorbeej Facebook: https://fb.me/geekfitnesscast Full blog can be found here: https://www.geekfitness.net/running-with-asthma/ Roughly 15% of athletes are diagnosed with exercise-induced asthma, but many people believe it’s a make-believe ailment. You can still be a runner if you have EIA or traditional asthma. You need to train like you have asthma by altering training plans, allowing yourself more time, keeping an inhaler handy, and not comparing yourself to athletes who don’t have asthma. You will progress more slowly, but you will progress. Beej’s SOMETHING of the Week! Quest Bars are the best protein bars I’ve found. They’re expensive, but worth the splurge. Especially since I discovered this health hack. Bake them in the dashboard of your car! Just leave the bar in the sun and come back to a delightfully warm cookie bar. OMG! The wrapper made it lovely and soft and delicious. I am so going to leave them in there all day long and see how it is. I can’t imagine how it would be bad. THE QUEST LOG I have gained 25lbs since September because of an injury, and I am trying to get back down to where my clothes fit. Trying not to use weight as a metric as much as my energy levels and how clothes fit. How? Portion control, exercising more, eating less garbage For instance, when my wife was out of town, I ate 4 Double Stuf Oreo Sonic Blasts in 4 days. (And a week before that, having a large one with both M&Ms and Oreos in it.) My body is reacting to my re-adopted healthy habits much like you’d expect–”Holy crap! I’m dying!” But…my body is slowly adapting. And the pounds will melt off soon(ish). I hope. Feel free to reach out to me! I’d love to hear from you! Music for GFHH was provided by the amazingly talented CarboHydroM.
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Manan is a Sydney-based high school student who is a keen soccer referee. Having had bad experiences with asthma and flu in the past, Manan now finds his asthma management plan helps him to keep on top of asthma control. For help with managing asthma and the flu contact your local Asthma Foundation by calling 1800 ASTHMA (1800 278 462)
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LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to former professional baseball player and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State University about his asthma journey as a professional athlete, managing asthma and athletics and his advice to parents who may be packing their children off to camp for the first time. In Part VI of our interview, Xan shares some of his own experience on becoming a professional athlete with asthma, and the challenges he faced. Xan Barksdale is a former professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State Unversity. In addition, Xan works with young people and high school students at baseball camps. Xan also has chronic asthma.
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Exercise-induced asthma can keep you and your child out of the activities you loves. Learn the symptoms and treatment options from Dr. Robert Crawford’s video. Cough, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, and poor performance occurring five to twenty minutes after strenuous exercise could be signs and symptoms that your child has exercise-induced asthma. Exercise-induced asthma happens when the bronchial tubes undergo constriction and inflammation. This can happen in about 10 percent of athletes. Up to fifty percent of patients with allergies and in patients with known asthma ninety percent of the time, exercise can be a trigger for asthma symptoms If your child experiences these signs and symptoms after activity, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest, coughing or wheezing minutes into aerobic activity. These are common in running sports like cross country, soccer, and basketball. They might have exercise-induced asthma. Exercise-induced asthma should never limit your child's activities. At Summa, we use a team approach to make the diagnosis involving the athlete, parents, coaches and certified athletic trainers to give you the best outcome. Treatments can include preventative measures by covering your mouth and nose during cold air exercises, proper warmup 15 minutes before your event, cool-down exercises, and avoiding air pollutants and allergens. Medications can also be used to improve the symptoms. summahealth.org/sportshealth
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PR Project NATA Position Statement: Management of Asthma in Athletes Audience: Parents
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WVU Club Dance Team member, Rachel Moffitt talks about being a student athlete while managing asthma. She shares her reaction to the campus smoking ban three months after it was initiated.
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Short educational sports film for Teachers Television about how athletes in competitive sports cope with Asthma and ways to help people with breathing difficulties. Scientific aspects on the measurement of asthma and lung capacity. Filmed by Dop. Lighting Cameraman Robert Foster. Camera Crew from Broadcast Television.
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Dr. Sally Wenzel, Director of the UPMC Asthma Institute, answers some frequently asked questions and discusses some issues regarding the transition from high school to college for students with asthma.
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They're among the best athletes in the world, but did you know more than one in every six Olympians has a condition known as exercise-induced asthma? It's especially common among winter athletes. By some estimates, as many as half of all top ice skaters, hockey players and cross-country skiers have exercise-induced Asthma. People with EIA usually have difficulty breathing five to 20 minutes after exercising and can experience symptoms such as wheezing, coughing and chest tightness. But being diagnosed with this common condition doesnt mean you have to become a couch potato. Kaiser Permanente Colorado allergy doctor and asthma expert Dr. Pete Cvietusa says that, with proper treatment, patients with EIA can stay active and reach their full potential.
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When Love Bug developed a cough so severe that she was unable to finish a lesson, her vet referred her to Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital for further examination. Treatment designed by Dr. Laurent Couetil resolved Love Bug's symptoms and she was able to compete in Nationals a month later. Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine treats over 1400 horses each year, and we are proud to celebrate our impact on the health of equine athletes. A special thank you to Dr. Ann Jonkman and sixteen-year-old Hayley Jonkman -- and Love Bug -- for allowing Purdue Alumni and PUCVM to tell your story.
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Deborah Yalch RN, School Nurse, Gateway High School shares information for parents and students on self-managing asthma and asthma symptoms and the steps to take when transitioning from high school to college.
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LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to former professional baseball player and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State University about his asthma journey as a professional athlete, managing asthma and athletics and his advice to parents who may be packing their children off to camp for the first time. In Part VII of our interview, Xan gives parents some final advice on talking to their children about asthma. Xan Barksdale is a former professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State Unversity. In addition, Xan works with young people and high school students at baseball camps. Xan also has chronic asthma.
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Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/HoopsTube/ Never Celebrate Too Early Hoops Edition - https://youtu.be/7WUHB_WYllU Hey guys, this is a video of some NBA players who suffer through disorders/conditions. Leave a Like if you enjoyed! Comment for a potential Part 2. Sources - Sports-kings.com m.huffpost.com Star-telagram.com SportsIllustrated.com
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(Denver, CO) – Millions of young athletes experience a scary and potentially dangerous breathing disorder known as exercise-induced laryngeal obstruction (EILO). EILO, commonly misdiagnosed as asthma, is unresponsive to asthma medications. So doctors at National Jewish Health have developed new breathing techniques that are helping athletes control their EILO symptoms, even during high-intensity exercise when they tend to be most severe. “We found that if EILO patients can control and change the airflow through their mouth, they’re also able to control their throat,” said Tod Olin, MD, a pediatric pulmonologist at National Jewish Health who developed the exercises now known as the Olin EILOBI breathing techniques. “After teaching them these new techniques, 80 percent of patients reported them to be extremely helpful and two-thirds of patients were able to control their EILO symptoms by using them during exercise.” Dr. Olin developed the breathing exercises based on observations of patients’ airways during very intense exercise. He asks patients to pedal as fast as they can on a stationary bike while a small camera in their throat captures images of their vocal cords. In those with EILO, their vocal cords tighten and close the top of the airway, causing noisy, labored breathing. Patients spend several sessions learning to perform the techniques step-by-step. By mastering them, athletes are able to use these techniques when EILO symptoms strike, even if they’re out of breath and may be panicked. Dr. Olin says that’s what makes the new breathing techniques so helpful when traditional EILO exercises fall short. “Some of the traditional techniques that we use for EILO simply can’t be performed during high-intensity exercise.” he said. “Specifically when patients are asked to inhale through their nose, it’s simply not something you can do if you’re running as fast as you can.”
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Duquesne Pharmacy partnered with the Athletic Department to host its annual Asthma Day Clinic earlier this afternoon on the campus of Duquesne University.
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Check it out! College Soccer Athlete, Tyler Robinson, shares his experience with nasopure and how it has allowed him to breathe better on and off the field. Great for athletes, allergies, asthma, cold & flu, sinus & ear, bloody noses, prevention and much more. Nasopure nasal wash is safe for anyone age 2 and up. Many users report fewer symptoms, fewer infections, reduced need for medications and they notice that they generally breathe easier after using as directed. More on Nasopure for Athletes: http://ow.ly/QPhtG Visit www.Nasopure.com today! Social Media: YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Nasopure Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nasopure.nicer.neti Twitter: https://twitter.com/NASOPURE LinkedIn: http://ow.ly/QPikS Google+: http://ow.ly/QPiqg
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Michael Marcus, MD Director Pediatric Allergy & Pulmonary -Maimonides Medical Center . Fellowship:Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia Castle Connolly Top Doctor
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LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to former professional baseball player and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State University about his asthma journey as a professional athlete, managing asthma and athletics and his advice to parents who may be packing their children off to camp for the first time. In Part II of our interview, Xan tells us about his own experiences as an athletic child with asthma, and how he, his family and his doctors managed the asthma to keep him on the field! Xan Barksdale is a former professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State Unversity. In addition, Xan works with young people and high school students at baseball camps. Xan also has chronic asthma.
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Former NFL Player, current College Recruiting Expert and Founder of Tough Guy University, Phil Clarke travels the country presenting "College Recruiting Information" to all student-athletes (ALL SPORTS) and families who have a serious desire to participate in collegiate athletics while pursuing a college degree. Phil guides families through the importance of establishing athletic and academic goals, setting realistic expectations, and seeking opportunities at all college levels. Attendees learn valuable tips on finding the best college based on their academic and athletic abilities.
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Greg Canty, MD, Medical Director, Center for Sports Medicine at Children's Mercy Hospital discusses how young athletes with asthma can stay in the game.
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LivingWithAsthma.net launches our new feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to 12 year NFL veteran Chris Draft about his asthma journey, the challenges he has faced as world class athlete with asthma, managing asthma and healthy living, his work with the Chris Draft Family Foundation, and the advice he would give to families starting the asthma journey. In Part V of our interview, Chris gives some advice to aspiring athletes with asthma. Chris Draft is 12 year veteran of the NFL, and a graduate of Stanford University where he played for both the Stanford football and baseball teams. Among the many accolades he has received during his career, he has been a Byron "Whizzer" White Award finalist, and received the NFL Alumni Spirit Award, the Ed Block Courage Award, and the Rankin Smith Humanitarian award. The Chris Draft Family Foundation seeks partnerships with local and national community health organizations, school districts and non-profits across the country, striving to empower and uplift communities by educating and equipping families to make healthier choices.
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