Asthma symptoms vary person to person and are situational as follows:
Â•Exercise-induced asthma: Exercise does not cause asthma, but in some people it is a frequently occurring asthma trigger.
Â•Irritant-induced Occupational asthma: When a person inhales a very high concentration of an irritant gas, vapor or fume causes nonspecific airway hyper responsiveness.
Â•Allergy-induced asthma: Pet dander, cockroaches or pollen allergens triggers the symptoms of allergy-induced asthma.
Sometimes symptoms can be life threatening such as gasping for air, breathing in so hard that the abdomen is sucked under the ribs and trouble speaking because of restricted breathing. Symptoms can be seen in the children under age 5. Dyspnea, cough, chest tightness and wheezing are the major symptoms of Asthma in children apart from airway inflammation and hyper responsiveness.