Probably a bizarre question, I just wondered if there is any 'breathing advice' available on the NHS?
I suffer with Exercise Induced Asthma still despite being on Seretide and Singulair which are supposed to be Gold Standard meds for EIA. My normal every day symptoms have greatly improved now but exercise is still a problem. However, I've noticed that I do panic when I'm running and really have to focus on my breathing which is actually hard and uncomfortable to do. I try hard to breathe through my nose when I start and try to fully inhale/exhale rather than breathing rapidly which is what I naturally do coz I'm panicking about not being able to catch my breath.
I just wondered if theres someone who can teach me to breathe properly and if this help is available on the NHS as I have no other option for financial reasons.
I know on a previous post someone suggested trying Intal but I haven't had chance to get to the GP just yet and wanted to experiment more with breathing better.