Recognizing symptoms of asthma and EIB (exercise-induced bronchospasm) in children1
Is your child:
- Having trouble breathing during or after playing?
- Wheezing or coughing at night?
- Sleeping poorly because he or she can’t breathe?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, your child may:
- Have asthma
- Be experiencing EIB, a condition that can make it hard to breathe during or after exercise
These two conditions are different, but they share many of the same symptoms.
That’s why it’s important to speak with your child’s healthcare provider about these symptoms. Only your child’s healthcare provider can diagnose your child.
Check your child’s symptoms
If your child is showing any of the asthma symptoms listed above, talk with your child’s pediatrician. Ask if ProAir® HFA can help.