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Crusty sinus, no asthma allergy, severe while exercising, difficulty in breathing, albuterol

I get crusty sinus throughout the day. I don t have asthma , but I need to use albuterol when I exercise and some mornings, when my nose feels crusty and there is more cough. Although I use albuterol, there are times that I still struggle to breathe during exercise. I have been tested for asthma and allergies, and all came back negative. I never smoked , I m in shape and keep adequate body weight , I m 42 years old. Symtoms have being occurring for about a year. Any suggestions on how to improve condition? Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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Your sinus could be the prime cause of your breathing difficulty. When the nose and the paranasal sinuses are congested and blocked then an individual starts breathing through the mouth. This is further worsened by the exercises. I would suggest you to use saline nasal spray, do steam inhalation and drink plenty of warm water to keep yourself hydrated. If the symptoms do not improve you will have to consult a good ENT specialist for the thorough examination of the nose and the paranasal sinuses.

Wish you good health

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