Thanks for posting your query.
You might be suffering from Asthma. Asthma is a problem in the airways due to multiple factors. The airways in a person with asthma are very sensitive and react to many things, which are referred to as "triggers."
Common asthma triggers include:
Colds, flu, sinus infections
Cold air, changes in temperature
Tobacco smoke and air pollution
Substances that cause allergic reactions in the lungs, including dust mites, pollens, pets, mold spores, foods, and cockroaches
Dust or items causing dust
Strong odors from chemical products
, and activities like crying, yelling, or laughing hard
, and beta blocker
drugs used to treat conditions including high blood pressure
, migraines, or glaucoma
By avoiding asthma triggers, taking medication, and carefully monitoring daily asthma symptoms, asthma attacks can be avoided or at least limited. Proper use of medication is the basis of good asthma control. Drug used to treat asthma include bronchodilators, anti-inflammatories.
Wishing you good health.