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3. Accessorize Wisely
It’s natural to shy away from the cold, howling wind, but it’s unrealistic to shut yourself in for an entire season. You’ll have to venture out sooner or later, and that’s perfectly alright — as long as you bundle up right.
Dressing for asthma in the winter is about staying warm, but also about regulating your humidity. To stay comfortable and healthy at your core, you need to stay dry: wear thin but warm, sweat-wicking materials (like merino wool) close to your body on cold days to keep the chill away. Wrap a scarf over your mouth and nose so with each breath you take, you warm and humidify the air before it reaches your lungs.