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4. Look at Behaviors
With the basics and symptoms recorded, begin to look at the behaviors you were engaging in leading up to the change in your symptoms. At this point, do not try to analyze the information. Even if you think that playing tennis or driving in the car could not possibly contribute to your symptoms, write them down. Focus only on writing down and tracking the events. What were you doing? Who were you doing it with? How long were you doing it? Later, you can take all of the data collected and review it.
How to exercise with asthma focuses on taking the right medication (and other steps) to prevent an asthma attack during exercise.