Hubby has had Asthma since young, having had several bad attacks in the past, mostly due to infections on his chest starting the attacks off. I dread him having a chest infection so he is now highly dosed in vitamins and minerals to keep them at bay.
He has used nebulizers that have sometimes not helped and has so far been lucky that paramedics on several occasions have arrived in good time and given Hubby their own super strength asthma medication.
Hubby's FT4 was found to be low, (within range low,) around a year ago due to his over tiredness, weakened muscles and sometimes feeling cold, (though the Rheumatologist said nothing was wrong with his muscles,) recently Hubby has been taking a small dose of T3 for a few weeks, then slightly increased it.
Hubby is now saying he no longer needs to take his Asthma inhaler as a preventative medication, I am slightly concerned as he has needed to take it everyday since a young boy and asthma can come on frighteningly quick.
I decided to google Asthma and T3 as It dawned on me their might just be a connection.
T3 I know is needed in every cell of your body, so I am assuming that includes the lungs also.?
I was wondering if anyone else out there has found the same connection with Asthma and T3 ?