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Could anger trigger asthma attacks?

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Dr. William Galli
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care 28 years experience
Not typical: Anger may cause an increase in anxiety which could mimic asthma. Sometimes strong emotions may also cause a histamine release which could flare certain asthma symptoms. Recommend control asthma and temper.
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