walkitout (walkitout) wrote,

cold and bronchoconstriction


This is really interesting, because that's the kind of asthma we all have. And on top of that, I've never sweated the way most people do, and after I overheated a couple of times when I was much younger, I more or less stopped sweating entirely and it took years for that to change. I ultimately took D.'s advice to exercise at a low rate of intensity in moderate temperatures and increase duration and intensity steadily to tolerance. Which in retrospect, sort of a duh thing, but it was nice that it worked so well.

But finding out there might be a genetic thing that tied that, the "asthma", and the dry mouth and eyes together? That's kind of a revelation.
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