I have EIA too. Found no matter how much training I did I could not run up hills without stopping to catch my breath. Also heard a rhythmic squeaking sound and realised it was my own wheezing!
I've had some attacks while walking briskly uphill carrying heavy rucksack too, wheezing, hands tingling etc.
I'm fine running on the flat, so only use blue inhaler for hill runs and mountain scrambles.
Make blokes stuff first then Shrink It and Pink It for the laydees
If you're short of time try this..
Get some of those instant oats, like Oats So Simple, own supermarket brands are as good.
Tip a sachet or two in a cereal dish and stir in a yoghurt, add some chopped fruit.. And you have a quick oaty pudding. It looks a bit odd but tastes really nice!
Because the oats are finely milled it's easily digestible.
Use biological powder, it has enzymes to remove bacteria.
I sometimes run with my dogs - two German Shepherds. People tend to get out of the way.. pick up their small children in fear of being eaten. As do owners of wigs on extendible leads...
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