What are Asthma Triggers


An Asthma trigger is something that makes your asthma worse. Generally Asthma triggers do not cause asthma, but they bring on Asthma symptoms or attack. There are many different Asthma triggers, here are a few of the common triggers:

  • Health triggers (Example : Common cold, flu)
  • Environmental triggers (Examples : smoking, traffic fumes)
  • Occupational triggers (Examples : flour, solder, latex)
  • Emotional triggers (Examples : stress, laughter excitement)
  • Allergic triggers (Examples : animals, house dust mite, pollen)
  • Body triggers (Examples : Menstrual cycle, pregnancy)


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