Some of the most common indoor asthma triggers include environmental tobacco smoke (secondhand smoke), dust mites, mold, cockroaches and other pests, and household pets.
Changes in the season can bring on an asthma episode due to increased pollen in the air. Limit your time outdoors during high pollen times of the year such as spring and fall. Also, extreme temperaturescan trigger symptoms of asthma. Be prepared for the weather before you leave your home.
• Cold, damp, windy, stormy weather
• Sudden temperature changes
• Weeds, trees, grass
• Air pollution, smog, and fumes