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Is it ever possible to pull, sprain or train a neck muscle after a particularly severe and sudden asthma attack?

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Dr. Brian Bezack
Pediatrics - Pulmonology
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In brief: Yes

With severe asthma attacks, the work of breathing is significantly increased and you are forced to use the accessory muscles which include those in your neck.

In brief: Yes

With severe asthma attacks, the work of breathing is significantly increased and you are forced to use the accessory muscles which include those in your neck.
Dr. Brian Bezack
Dr. Brian Bezack
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In brief: Yes.

Increased work of breathing during an attack can strain muscles involved in respiration.

In brief: Yes.

Increased work of breathing during an attack can strain muscles involved in respiration.
Dr. Anatoly Belilovsky
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