There are some well-known & obvious triggers you should avoid when you have asthma. However, several odd or unusual things can also trigger an asthma attack in some people. It's therefore important for you to indentify your triggers & take the necessary precautions. Here's a list of some unsual triggers- Thunderstorms; Traffic; Laughing or Crying; Aspirin; Acid Reflux; Alcohol.
I always had a list of things I wanted to do daily—journal, meditate, go to the gym—but never did. Of course, I had excuses for everything. But I went from being unable to be consistent with anything, to genuinely doing what I planned. 6 Steps That Worked for me- Pick habits you honestly *want* to add. Start small—really small.
The garlicky breath that might be turning away your friends and potential dates now has a researched solution! Contrary to popular belief, researchers found that green tea doesn't actually help beat garlic breath. Things that actually do help get rid of it- apple, lettuce and mint tea.