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Subject: RE: 50+ Masters Training and Racing Open Forum
imarunner: I'm not ot 50, but I know some of you and sometimes can offer useful advice.
Your situation sounds like what I was experiencing last year, and it was asthma induced not only by exercise, but by other triggers including foods and cold air. Sleeping can make it worse since there is no gravity to keep the acids from flowing into the esophogus.
I have become more diligent with the albuterol, but a more important key has been getting my stomach acids under control. I used to eat Tums like candy, but now a prilosec (or really a generic equivalent) is doing the trick. I'm also more conscious of my diet and try to limit spicy/fatty foods before a workout or race.
If this sounds like you, get checked out.
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