Ok, so ive just been browsing lots and lots both on here and websites, and a random thought sprung into my head...
...do you think that sometimes we make things worse for ourselves, as in avoid everything possible and change our lifestyles so much to ""help"" our lungs. What I was think was, I wonder if, if we did use the odd spray here and there, not change the type of bedding we have, have certain pets ( and so on, your prob getting the jist)
Would our bodies start to build a kind of immunity to them, so that when we are exposed to them, our lungs dont throw the strop of the century!?
Im not expecting huge scientifical explantions (although that would be cool) I just wondered what your thoughts were . I asked my mum what she thought and she said that the only exposure she put me infront of was smoking whilst pregnant with me, and then when i was diagnosed at 3 months she went crazy of doing everything the gp said like getting anti allergen pillows and duvets etc, having every jab under the sun and so on...and she isnt entirly convinced it helps as im worse now than what i was all those many moons ago.
What do you guys think!?
Ps sorry for the utter randomness here, thought id keep you all busy and get those minds ticking (never know, may distract the lungs a little)