If you have asthma, you may have noticed that your symptoms are often worse in the evening. Your sleeping position, bedroom temperature, and other bedtime factors can all be asthma triggers.
Nocturnal asthma is common, and up to 75 percent of people with asthma say that their symptoms wake them up at least once per week.
The good news is, there are steps you can take to sleep safely and comfortably, even if you have asthma. Here are the best sleep positions for people with asthma, as well as some other strategies to for sleeping soundly…
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